The evolving postgraduate and hands-on sessions schedule should help attendees get the most out of the entire 2017 Annual Meeting.
All postgraduate and hands-on sessions take place exclusively on Monday and Tuesday of this year’s meeting. They used to be dispersed throughout the full meeting schedule, but meeting organizers have adjusted the schedule so attendees get the most out of both of these extra-fee courses and the other educational opportunities at the meeting.
Attendees enjoy the hands-on courses, which offer an interactive experience. They start with a didactic presentation. The six-hour hands-on courses allow participants more time to try out new techniques and improve their skill level.
Postgraduate courses offer a more didactic experience, but add robust and extended question-and-answer opportunities. Experts and leaders teach all of the sessions.
Lunch is provided during the six-hour sessions.
Those who want to sign up for these courses need to go into the account they created for this year’s meeting and add the desired courses to their registration.