REPORT VITALS AND FEATURES
This report is a comprehensive study on medical education. It examines medical education team structure and staffing; activities; trends; speakers and program impact. Medical education is broken down into two divisions: company-driven and independent medical education (IME) grants.
- 4 chapters + an Executive Summary
- 134 graphics
Data have been split by team region:
Data have also been split by company size:
- Top 10
- Top 50
Top Reasons to Read This Medical Information Report
Discover and implement innovative methods for measuring medical education value: Selecting methods to measure medical education value is not always straightforward. Teams must determine key performance indicators such as number of participants, frequency of events and geographical reach. However, these indicators vary among CME and IME grants. The report discusses how looking at outcomes-based methods is a more effective means to determine this value than using participation numbers alone.
Understand key trends in internal vs. external speaking staff: Many companies are now looking at internal company speakers over external experts. Companies weigh the benefits of both to make the right decisions for their events. This report discusses how to determine what types of speakers to present at different types of educational events, how many speakers of each type to keep on a speaking roster, the number of engagements each speaker should have a year, and which groups should be responsible for recruiting speakers.
Examples of companies that have participated in this study: