NAMEC Member, the National Association for Continuing Education (NACE), announces the 2020 Conversations in Primary Care season that kicked off on Saturday, February 8, 2020 with a record number of live attendees.
Over 1,000 primary care clinicians joined NACE online for the first of 9 virtual CME activities entitled “Conversations in” planned this year. Attendees were actively engaged with the program, responding to more than 300 audience questions, over 26,000 pre- and post- test responses and nearly 3,200 total downloads of program resources.
“This program featured an outstanding faculty presenting diverse, clinically important data that included topics on Statin Intolerance, C. Difficile Colitis, Psoriasis and Diabetes,” said Gregg Sherman, MD, Chief Medical Officer. “The audience was very engaged throughout the program with many questions and live phone calls. We received excellent feedback from learners on the program who really appreciate the format.”
Utilizing the ON24 engagement platform, attendees achieved an average engagement score of 8.2/10, more than double the CE benchmark score of 4.0. ON24 is the streaming provider for the “Conversations in” series.
“This is our fourth year presenting the Conversations in Primary Care series, and each year we see positive audience growth,” said Stephen Webber, VP, Business Development & Strategy, and Producer of the “Conversations in” CME activities. “Surpassing 1,000 very engaged participants is a very important milestone that we have been working towards for the past three years, and the extensive live production capabilities and expertise at Broadcast Beat Studios positions us to continue to grow our live audience and maintain high engagement with the audience.”
The next Conversations in Primary Care will be held on March 14, 2020. For more information or to sign up to attend, please visit: naceonline.com.