The now of scientific events in rheumatology

By : Global Rheumatology by PANLAR
12 September, 2020
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In 2020, one by one, the scientific events in all areas of knowledge scheduled to take place, on a personal-attendance basis, were gradually cancelled, although most of them were virtually rescheduled, this situation forced a quick adaptation regarding how this type of events should be held. 

While virtuality offers advantages such as simplicity and ease of access, time availability for the contents presented, we are probably witnessing the beginning of a new era regarding how these scientific events will be held. 


The impact on medical education, collaborative work and the generation of networks and how has been our capacity for adapting to this scenario, are some of the issues that we will discuss in this episode of a coffee for rheumatology.

Discuss how scientific societies and innovation have evolved with respect to scientific events, what is being done in terms of adaptation of these events and what was the experience of PANLAR.

Today we are joined by Mildred López (ML) Educational Innovation Manager at the School of Medicine and Health Sciences at Tecnológico de Monterrey, Researcher and Innovator in education, PhD in educational innovation. 

Enrique Soriano (ES) Internist, Rheumatologist, President of PANLAR, Researcher, Professor at the Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires, where he is the head of the Rheumatology Section and active member of the clinical research and virtual education committee. 



Dr. Diego Jaimes, MD, Podcast Director, Global Rheumatology

Dr. Carlo Vinicio Caballero, Editor-in-Chief, Global Rheumatology

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