Tarsus Medical Successfully Concludes Two Virtual Summer Education Events

August 31, 2020

Tarsus Medical, a division of U.K.-based Tarsus Group, successfully concluded two virtual summer education events, focused on anti-aging and cardiometabolic health, that were converted from live ones.

"For the first time ever, Tarsus Medical Group delivered our summer educational conferences entirely online to a community of diverse practitioners across the globe,” said Doreen Brown, Tarsus Medical CEO.

She added, “While it was surely not what we had envisioned when we first began planning for this year, these adjustments have encouraged our team to recommit to the most essential aspects of our business: the quality of both our educational content and event delivery.”

The “2020: Medicine Revolutionized | Longevity, Aging and Immuno Competency (LAIC)” virtual event concluded Aug. 22.

This event provided clinicians with an advanced learning experience grounded in the latest science and focused on clinical solutions.

Led by the industry's foremost researchers, clinicians and thought leaders, the conference delivered two days of advanced educational offerings, including more than 20 clinical sessions, 5 product theater presentations, an interactive virtual exhibit hall and more.

The conference’s virtual exhibit hall featured a collection of the latest advanced integrative medical products, services and tools.

Through an interactive floor plan, live chat and more, the virtual exhibit hall provided clinicians with direct access to the latest resources in the field.

Led by the foremost clinical experts in integrative medicine, LAIC delivered an in-depth view of the interconnected nature of human health.

Designed to take A4M’s mission of redefining medicine to the next level, “2020: Medicine Revolutionized” further equipped practitioners to integrate the latest science into practice, improve patient health spans and ultimately build a new and impactful standard of healthcare, according to Tarsus Medical.

CMHC West Live Online: Complexities in Cardiometabolic Care” concluded Aug. 9 and delivered this year's CMHC West, continuing its tradition of providing medical practitioners with an advanced learning environment centered on innovation and clinical creativity.

Led by the field's leading clinicians, researchers and thought leaders, the conference boasted an extensive agenda, including two full days of in-depth clinical sessions, two CME Sunrise Symposia, two PME symposia, an interactive virtual exhibit hall and a one-day summit focused on the complexities and challenges faced while providing cardiometabolic care.

The conference's virtual exhibit hall featured a collection of cutting-edge cardiometabolic tools, products and services.

With an interactive floor plan, a live chat and more, CMHC's first-ever virtual exhibit hall connected clinicians directly with the latest resources in the industry available.

Developed and led by the field's foremost clinical leaders, this virtual educational event provided practitioners with top-tier clinical educational and actionable insights all from the setting of their choosing.

Produced in direct response to the clinical challenges and barriers cardiometabolic practitioners experience every day, this event equipped clinicians with new clinical strategies and knowledge to better provide the utmost cardiometabolic care to patients no matter the case, according to Tarsus Medical.

The conference will be followed by the “15th Annual Cardiometabolic Health Congress |  Evolving Paradigms in Cardiometabolic Care: Disparities & Advancements”, which also will be held as a virtual event Oct. 21-24.

“Our virtual programs effectively ‘met the moment’ by fostering creative environments of learning, innovation, and network building among our participants, exhibitors, and internal teams alike,” Brown concluded.

 

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