Aanchal Gupta, NaRCAD Program Coordinator
Tags: Conference, Detailing Visits, Stigma, E Detailing, Opioid Safety
Take a peek at the NaRCAD2021 conference materials on our Conference Hub.
Fresh from our move to Boston Medical Center, our team at NaRCAD hosted the 9th annual International Conference on Academic Detailing, a virtual event concentrating on “Cultivating Relationships for Community Resilience.” There were robust discussions on critical topics, useful tools shared, and connections built. With over 300 registrants from across the globe, the AD community continues to learn and grow thanks to your support and passion for this work. Check out some of the highlights from our 2021 conference below.
Day 1 + 2 Welcome Addresses
Special Presentation: “Detailer Training in Action: Ask the Experts”
Our team at NaRCAD is immensely grateful for your continued feedback and insights during our conference. This community has a wealth of knowledge to share, and as we approach 2022, we plan to continue to facilitate opportunities to connect you with others in the field, create a space to have conversations about stigma, and support your needs in the field.
We look forward to seeing you in 2022.
-The NaRCAD Team
A special thank you to all of our NaRCAD2021 presenters!
Sharing new and ongoing program goals, our trainees (and new partners) from this fall's class are using academic detailing interventions focusing on smoking cessation, diabetes management, depression management, transitional care, increased specialist referrals, and other critical behavior change initiatives in Idaho, Maine, Nebraska, Texas, California, Massachusetts, New Mexico, Colorado, South Carolina, and New York.
We lead interactive discussions, group activities, breakout role-plays, and for each training class, we customize a session encouraging the class to use the virtual resources on our Learning Center.
Stay tuned for an upcoming announcement of dates for our Spring 2017 training course--registration will open in January 2017. Learn more about our amazing staff and facilitator team, and explore our blog's interviews and events recaps to see how NaRCAD supports and highlights health education professional who are using academic detailing to improve health outcomes, one educational visit at a time.
Bevin Kathleen Shagoury | Communications & Education Director
Bevin manages NaRCAD’s external communications, working to magnify the impact of clinical education programs via strategic partnership development, best practices highlighting, and access to virtual learning platforms. Read more.
Director's Letter, Summer 2016
Tags: Conference, Director's Letter, Training
Summer is in full swing, but we’re already looking ahead to #NaRCAD2016, our 4th International Conference on Academic Detailing, which we’ll host this fall on November 14th & 15th in Boston. We received a wonderful response to our first-ever call for proposals, with submissions from across the country and around the world, making the 2016 conference our most exciting and community-informed meeting yet.
We’re thankful to all who applied for #NaRCAD2016, and we encourage those who are just beginning to roll out an intervention to consider applying for next year’s conference.
This year will be your chance to learn about cutting edge interventions being implemented across the globe, to share your unique perspective and experiences, and to collaborate with a thriving community of clinical outreach education colleagues.
We’ll see you at #NaRCAD2016—registration is now open, and space is limited!
If you have questions, let our team know.
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