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Dynamic Conference Sessions

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Dynamic Conference Sessions

  1. 1. Creating Dynamic Conference Sessions Melinda Kendall Freeman
  2. 2. Panel
  3. 3. TV Panel Discussion
  4. 4. Event Panel Discussion
  5. 5. Set of Experts
  6. 6. TV Debate
  7. 7. ASHP Therapeutic DebatesDexmedetomidine as the Workhorse Sedative in the ICUModerator: Rowena N. Schwartz, PharmD, BCOP2:00 - 2:10 Pro John Devlin, PharmD, FCCM2:10 - 2:20 Con Paul M. Szumilta, PharmD, BCPS2:20 - 2:25 Rebuttal Pro John Devlin, PharmD, FCCM2:25 - 2:30 Rebuttal Con Paul M. Szumilta, PharmD, BCPS Questions Answers,2:30 - 2:40 and Discussion All
  8. 8. Audience Participation
  9. 9. TV Interview
  10. 10. Event Interview
  11. 11. PivotCon Stage Set Interview
  12. 12. PivotCon Stage Set Panel Discussion
  13. 13. PivotCon Stage Set Powerpoint Presentation
  14. 14. PivotCon Stage Set Conversation
  15. 15. Short Attention Span Theater
  16. 16. Lightning Talks• Lightning Talks: 5 to 10 minute limit• TED Conference: 18 minutes• Pecha Kucha: – 20 seconds/slide – 20 slides• PCMA: 3 Twenty-minute keynotes
  17. 17. ASHP Pearl SessionsOne idea, concept, or fact that has been useful inday-to-day practice, and may not be widelyknown, understood, published, or taught.Overall Session Topic 5-minute Introduction Five 5-minute Pearls Ten-minute Q & A Two-Hour Session Five 5-minute Pearls Ten-minute Q & A Five 5-minute Pearls Ten-minute Q & A
  18. 18. Conversation with Audience
  19. 19. Conversation with Audience• Town Hall• Fireside Chat• Salon• Structured Discussions
  20. 20. Town Hall
  21. 21. Fireside Chat
  22. 22. Fireside Chat
  23. 23. Fireside Chat
  24. 24. Structured Discussion
  25. 25. Salon
  26. 26. Case StudyUnsolved Mysteries
  27. 27. Working Groups
  28. 28. Campgrounds
  29. 29. Hands-On Training
  30. 30. Hands-On Training
  31. 31. Hands-On Training
  32. 32. Hands-On Training
  33. 33. Demonstrations
  34. 34. Innovation Center
  35. 35. Reality TV
  36. 36. Car Talk
  37. 37. Project Runway
  38. 38. Setting the record straight about…Preparing for new regulations in theindustry…
  39. 39. Talking Head
  40. 40. How do we get there?• Call for proposals• Best speakers• Industry experts• Industry journalists/moderators• Timely or controversial topics – Trends – Technology – Regulations – Challenges• Session formats
  41. 41. Summary • Use expert moderators • Invite real discussion • Remove the barriers • Don’t be afraid to be entertaining • Encourage differing perspectives • Solve real problems • Learn from reality TV
  42. 42. Melinda Kendall melinda.kendall@freemanco.comCREATING DYNAMIC CONFERENCE SESSIONS

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