2020 has been extremely challenging for doctors and medical professionals for conquering medical education and patient care alike. No one could have anticipated the ordeal that unfolded over the past year, but from hardship, there is always a relief. Many physicians and medical educators were forced to adapt, taking their daily operations digital while confronting the demands of millions of patients worldwide. It's hard to believe that last year's conference was in-person, but we were amazed at the efforts made by the ACGME to make it feel like we were there again.
Our team was filled with excitement from the first time we opened up our browsers. Moving from the outside to the inside of the conference truly felt like you were entering an up-scale auditorium. Once inside, there was a help desk, poster hall, exhibitor hall, and the daily sessions that one could attend - just like a real, in-person conference. Our team was mostly stationed in the booth and connecting with everyone, but we also had a chance to attend some of the very engaging sessions. The poster hall was also very insightful, and our team left with a new perspective on the medical world.
We hope that the experience was as captivating for you as it was for the Medtrics team, and we hope you had the opportunity to stop by our booth. We had a great time reconnecting with our clients that stopped by. We also were excited to meet some new faces and discuss how Medtrics can address some of the challenges they're facing. If you didn't get a chance to download any of the content at the conference, most of it is in the resources section of our website. If you're interested in getting the full folder of files we had there, feel free to reach out to our team.
We hope to see everyone in person next year, but if we have another virtual setting like this year's conference, I think we can say we'll be okay. Looking forward to next year!
The Medtrics team would like to pay it forward to the forward-thinking minds that are promoting innovation in clinical education. In a sector where most are not keen to change, and technology is years behind contemporary standards, it's essential to campaign for change.
Match week is very exciting for programs and new-hires alike. It's important in today's virtual environment that we make an extra effort to connect with new trainees. See what everyone is sharing about this year's match!
Kenneth Brown, a Program Coordinator of nearly 10 years, brings his clinical expertise to the Medtrics team. You can find our new Director of Client Success helping clients get the most value from Medtrics. In this video, Ken recalls his experiences as a Coordinator and his plans for Medtrics.