Bevin K. Shagoury, Communications & Education Director
Tags: Conference, Training
After another terrific 2-day Academic Detailing Training course here in Boston, it's easy to see how each new training class brings its own unique energy and important clinical interventions to the table. On September 19th and 20th, 2016, trainees from nearly every corner of the U.S. map joined us to learn the core, social marketing techniques of successful clinical outreach education.
While each training has its own unique group discussions and trainees, our 2-day course always includes presentations on the evidence base and history behind academic detailing, the best ways to evaluate evidence for your intervention, the foundation of behavior change theory for academic detailing, how to use educational materials in an effective way.
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.
We hope you'll join us at a future training, and please join us for our upcoming conference this November, an exciting opportunity to engage in hands-on workshops, learn about best practices from experts in the field, and meet others doing similarly important work.
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.
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