Ep. 20 – How will Digital ILC be different from past conferences

The group discusses the plusses and minuses of digital conferences compared to traditional in-person events.

Digital ILC starts Thursday, August 27. Donna Cryer, who oversaw the first Digital International NASH Day this year, and Stephen Harrison, who co-chairs NASH-TAG, discuss the factors that organizers consider when deciding whether to go digital and planning how to make it work. The discussion reveals some powerful benefits for a digital meeting in terms of how many people and which new groups can attend, as well as drawbacks in terms of spontaneity and events that build personal bridges and unusual ideas. You will never look at any kind of major meeting the same way after you listen to this.

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