Push To Talk built a pop-up study in the hospital library. We went through the programme beforehand with the two hostesses, Dr Vanwambeke and Dr Dekeyzer. We also advised to alternate and connect live and recorded presentations, streaming from the US and live chats. We drew up a detailed script based on this conversation.
Of course, a webinar about a technological first must be technologically perfect. Push To Talk made sure that ultrasounds and mammograms were in sharp focus. The streaming from the studio and from the US, the videos, and presentations all blended seamlessly. In addition, we took care of the registration of participants and the organisation of the live chat.
Tijdens de presentaties konden de deelnemende artsen vragen stellen aan de sprekers via de live chat. Na de presentaties gaven de sprekers en een vertegenwoordiger van de fabrikant antwoord op de vragen. Professor Tabar beloofde later nog een uitgebreider antwoord te versturen via mail. Zo ontstaan kansen om te leren en internationaal inzichten met elkaar te delen.
The 170 doctors from Belgium and abroad were enthusiastic. The setting, the variety, the quality of the images, and the seamless transitions are unprecedented in the medical sector. They saw the many advantages of the online webinar. In a morning session, they were given a clear explanation of the new ABUS technology with practical experience and insights from a renowned professor. The questions from the chat received clear answers after the presentations. And it was all possible without having to travel to a conference room abroad. In addition, they could use their login to watch the recorded webinar again for a week. In short, the online webinar has set a new standard.
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