How to deliver a global medical conference during Covid

With all eyes on the pharmaceutical industry over the last year, the need for medical conferences has been more important than ever. V-Ex has been on hand to help the medical community deliver non-contact medical conferences during the pandemic.

January 2021 saw the launch of the American College of Wound Healing and Tissue Repair (ACWHTR) education conference centre, which had over 1200 visitors in the first three days.

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ACWHTR approached us in December 2020 looking for a bespoke education centre to hold their live medical conferences quarterly, alongside an exhibition hall and an on-demand lobby for year-round access post-event. The live content and on-demand content, managed by our production team, is used for CME points so our built-in platform tracking, and live analytics has been essential for attendee accuracy.

We have hosted two live events since January with over 40 sessions and as of today the conference centre has had nearly 6000 visits, with 200 individual attendees completing their CME requirements.

Our client at ACWHTR, Ricci McDonald, the Executive Director, has been very happy with the conference centre and particularly happy with the events themselves. As a result, it has been confirmed that the education centre will be refreshed for 2022 with three new live events and one hybrid.

Cait Alborn, one of our Senior Project Managers, said “This event has been really great to work on, coming from a pharmaceutical live event background it has been great to see the pivot to hybrid/virtual events being so successful for the industry.”