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Delivering the Value Proposition in EU Physician Clinical Training and Education



 
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Includes 1 hour and 10 minute Windows Media Video File and PowerPoint presentations for immediate download.


Throughout the medical device and diagnostic industries, many clinical trainers face the challenge of delivering a comprehensive value proposition to support investments into clinical education platforms. These educational courses not only provide assurance that healthcare professionals are utilizing the products in their intended use, but also build loyalty towards the medical device corporation providing the training. Clinical training courses also provide a unique opportunity outside of the sales process to enhance the education of the healthcare professional related to the evidence supporting use of the product, ultimately leading to greater uptake of the technology. Developing an adequate value proposition for physician clinical training can be especially challenging for those in the EU as different countries have different training needs and resources.

  • Recognizing the diverse participants in clinical training and tailoring training to meet their needs
  • Establishing partnerships with hospitals to further understand product use and ultimately product uptake
  • Measuring the effectiveness of educational programs to build strong metrics including ROI
  • Strategies for positioning clinical training as an investment versus expense

Speaker:
Dennis Miller
Global Training, Education, and Development Manager
Oncology Services Development, Elekta


Participants that will find this webinar most beneficial will be those involved in medical device and diagnostic companies. Job titles of attendees that will be most applicable for this session will be:

  • Clinical Education
  • Training and Development
  • Professional Education

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