Our next Medical Fusion Conference is just a few months away and we've changed up the Medical Fusion Conference website and added a blog to it. This Medical Fusion Conference blog will be focused mainly on the event, but we'll post more general information on the site from time to time.
In an effort to get the word out about our event, I've started a video blog to highlight some of the important features and topics of the Medical Fusion Conference.
In the first installment of this video blog I discuss a unique feature of the Medical Fusion Conference-- the Accelerator sessions. These sessions are scheduled at the end of the first two days of the Medical Fusion Conference and allow conference participants to spend considerable time with the Medical Fusion faculty.
Here's the video describing the Accelerator sessions and why I believe they are so important:
I've also posted a quick video clip of one of the Accelerator sessions to demonstrate how these sessions work "in vivo." Notice in this video clip that each faculty member sits at a table and participants have direct access to them. These Accelerator sessions last 1.5 hours and are scheduled for the end of the first two days of the event.
If you are interested in not only learning about various niche areas within medicine but also building a network of mentors and peers who can help you build towards your career goals, there is no better resource than the Medical Fusion Conference. We hope many of our Freelance MD readers can join us at our next event this November in Las Vegas.