We’re noticing a pattern over here at NaRCAD. As we enter into our 8th(!) year as the only resource center dedicated to clinical outreach education, we’re proud of the recent work we’ve done together with our community, as we are every year. But the pattern we’re seeing is about much more than just pride.
With each January that rolls around, we’re invigorated by the energy of our community members, and by the important programming that's taking place across North America. So it’s no surprise to us that we’re consistently excited to greet each year with the creative solutions, expertise, and events you need to make your program thrive.
This year, some of those creative solutions are ready for you to take for a test drive. We’ve just launched our CoRE (Clinical Outreach Education) Podcast Series, featuring 20 minute episodes of insight, and innovation. (Listen to our pilot episode here, and suggest topics you’d like to hear in the comment section below.)
We’re also proud to release our brand new Detailing Directory, highlighting shareable resources from successful field programs across the US and Canada. Explore the Detailing Directory by clinical topic, and explore our AD Fact Sheets, featuring toolkit examples, publications, and video sessions on specific topics in academic detailing. The goal of our Detailing Directory is to give you direct access to resources and building blocks to strengthen your program so you don’t have to reinvent the wheel. (Want to be featured and share your resources? Contact us today and we’ll be happy to add you to our directory.)
And while we’re proud of our ever-growing portfolio of virtual resources, what we love most is to connect with you person to person, program to program. That’s why we’re delighted to announce the dates (and open registration!) for our upcoming Spring Training on AD Techniques in Boston on April 30 & May 1st, 2018.
We’ve also just released our Save the Date for our 6th annual International Conference on Academic Detailing on November 12th & 13th, 2018—and we’re taking submissions for presentations starting March 1st--we hope you'll consider applying!
With so much happening for NaRCAD, and for our dedicated community members, who work tirelessly to improve patient care through clinician education, it's easy to see why we’re looking forward to the opportunities ahead. Thanks for continuing to share your insights with us--we’re here to support you, highlight your work, and ensure that your programming has the greatest possible impact.
We hope to connect with you soon.
-The NaRCAD Team
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