Leveraging Society Relationships to Power your Training Initiatives
Contributed by: Matt DeMatteo, Business Development Director
Our society partnerships expand the reach of the most-trusted clinical content
One of the main factors that sets Springer Healthcare Training apart from other learning providers is our rich publishing heritage of over 180 years. Springer Nature publishes tens of thousands of textbooks and journals touching nearly every therapeutic area in science & medicine. That publishing heritage provides a conduit to our many authors and has cultivated many medical society relationships both in the US and abroad.
With our longstanding commitment to the latest and most trusted content, we represent official congress content licensing for leading societies such as the American Society of Clinical Oncology, European Society of Medical Oncology, American College of Cardiology, Infectious Diseases Society of America, and the American Society of Hematology. Additionally, we have covered meetings at American Association of Allergy Asthma and Immunology, European Hematology Association, San Antonio Breast Cancer Conference and many others. The direct benefit to our training customers is that we can leverage those relationships to provide access to society meeting content and engage world-renowned thought leaders to provide clinical context to our training programs.
The direct benefit to our training customers is that we can leverage those relationships to provide access to society meeting content and engage world-renowned thought leaders to provide clinical context to our training programs.
In addition, we provide full conference coverage for commercial and medical teams to keep them abreast of data from major meetings. Many times we can license full presentations, posters, slide decks, and abstracts to supplement the meeting coverage. Learners can read the recap of the data presented, watch the actual presentation, and then hear how the data could impact clinical practice from a key thought leader. When you combine those assets into a multi-modal learning experience you give the learners a holistic view of the information presented and how it may affect patient care.
Clinicians are keeping up-to-date on information presented at major conferences – what are you doing to ensure your commercial and medical teams are as well? We can help.