1. Prepare your schedule
We get it – even as we’re staying indoors as much as possible, we can still feel overwhelmed with appointments. Look over our BDC interactive schedule to add sessions that pique your interest to your calendar.
2. Find a quiet place.
NHF conferences are full of information you can use, and you’ll want to be in a quiet environment so you can absorb as much as you can.
3. Get involved!
Nearly all the sessions at NHF’s virtual Bleeding Disorders Conference will be interactive in some way, either through live Q & A or through chat rooms. Ask questions and participate in polls. You can also engage with other participants on social using the #NHF2020 hashtag.
4. Give feedback.
This is NHF’s first virtual conference, and we want to know if it was a good experience for you. Each session will have an evaluation for you to fill out. Be honest with your feedback so we can create the sessions you want to see.