Calander Icon20 June 2020
Calander IconStart time: From Mid June 2020 until October

Event description

Listen to outstanding conference papers online from Mid-June

Dear Colleagues

As you know, we’ve had to cancel this year’s conference in Antwerp but that doesn’t mean its valuable content can’t be shared virtually.  

To ensure we all stay connected and, as members, you continue to learn and develop, we’ve planned an exciting and comprehensive programme of webinars delivering much of the content from the Antwerp 2020 Conference.  

Starting in June and running through until October (with some gaps), these webinars will see the same conference speakers delivering the same exceptional papers.  The only difference will be geographic - you’ll be in the comfort of your own home, and not in Antwerp! And what’s more, all these webinars are totally free for all EphMRA members! 

We have listened to members and know that time is precious, with extra work and home commitments, so our webinars will be short and punchy, with most lasting around 20-25 minutes and an opportunity for discussion at the end using the Breakout room facility in Zoom. This will enable you to engage with colleagues directly and engage with speakers, making the whole experience more interactive and giving you valuable networking time that the conference would usually allow.

Our first programme, PATIENT CENTRICITY, starts w/c 15th June at 15:00 (UK time),16:00 (CET), where our speakers will be sharing case studies on Patient Engagement in MS; focussing on Optimising Digital Services for Cancer Patients and providing Patient Advocacy Insights from Ultra-Rare Disease Caregivers.

Our full calendar of events (with an ‘add to personal calendar’ option) will soon be available to access here on our website - and this is being updated regularly with new online events.  In the meantime, don’t forget to keep your eyes peeled for regular webinar updates on email and on our LinkedIn page

Please note that these webinars are available to EphMRA members only.
Until we see you next, stay safe and well.
The EphMRA Team