If you are planning to attend a scientific conference, you might be feeling overwhelmed by the sheer amount of information about the abstracts, sessions, and poster presentations. ASCO’s annual meeting (this year’s hashtag is #ASCO21) is one of the biggest conferences for medical affairs and oncology professionals. In order to get the most out of your conference attendance, you will need to have a clear plan in place. Here are some best practices that can help you get ready to attend.
If you’re not sure how to get started with your conference preparations, LARVOL can help. Our social listening tool, VIEW, brings you the conversations that top oncologists are having on Twitter. In addition, the VIEW tool provides expert sentiment analysis that can help you in your conference planning needs.
In addition to regular Clubhouse chats, LARVOL hosts live, 30-minute panel interviews immediately following major oncology conferences, including #ASCO21. During the panels, KOLs and experts in the particular cancer type will discuss 2-3 abstracts, moderated by a LARVOL expert in cancer research. Register to attend panels for #ASCO21 here, or contact us for information about upcoming panels.
Our conference planners are spreadsheets compiled by our team of experts that outline all sessions and abstracts, identified diseases, products, and MOAs. You’ll even get follow-up coverage on Twitter discussions after the conference is over. Request your planner for #ASCO21 here and maximize your attendance!
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