Are you interested in supporting a new virtual conference?
With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the way we interact and share data at conferences has evolved. Some conferences have chosen to offer virtual alternatives, whereas others have opted to cancel until face-to-face meetings can take place again. This has led to gaps and fewer opportunities for communication of key data to important stakeholders.
Oxford Health Policy Forum has been developing and running virtual conferences since 2018. We have extensive experience in conference development and management as demonstrated by our global conferences in multiple sclerosis, triMS.online.
If you are interested in supporting a new global online conference within a specific field or therapy area, then get in touch to find out more.
triMS.online is an inclusive online environment for all of those involved in the study and treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS). To date, there have been 6438 registrations to a triMS.online event, and over 2800 delegates, from 106 different countries have subscribed to our GDPR-compliant mailing list.
Free registration allows access to the latest research and creates an open forum to explore fresh ideas. The triMS.online format, with bite-size presentations, company-sponsored symposia, poster hall and Q&A sessions, facilitates engagement and interaction beyond those of other events in the field. All content is available on demand after the event.
The programme for each event is developed by a scientific steering committee that includes rising stars and diverse representation from five continents.
The impact of triMS.online events is growing fast, continually engaging new audiences and overcoming the hurdles that many healthcare professionals face in attending conferences. triMS.online is paving the way for the conferences of the future.
To date, there have been 6438 registrations to a triMS.online event, and over 2800 delegates, from 106 different countries have subscribed to our GDPR-compliant mailing list.