Travel CME has become a mainstay of continuing education, offering conference-goers an opportunity for a ‘learn-cation’ where they can indulge in guilt-free play alongside work. The benefits of travel conferences are numerous and include in-person learning, networking opportunities and enjoying the company of friends (new and old) and family in a vacation-like setting.
In-person learning fosters strong interpersonal connections and an interactive learning environment where colleagues are encouraged to participate and share. Presenters are able to more acutely respond to learner needs and promote discussion in real time. In-person formats make it easy for practitioners to dig deeper into topics that interest them while gaining knowledge that will directly benefit their practices and their patients.
The best travel medical seminars are those that are relaxed but also highly stimulating. These environments should introduce practitioners to new ideas and encourage them to share their perspectives on putting abstract medical knowledge into practice. Vital topics like emergency care, women’s health and pediatric medicine are made even more worthwhile when they are explored by passionate practitioners.
There’s no shortage of interesting cases and emerging standards of care being discussed at conferences. But the benefits of networking at conferences don’t stop with medicine. The like minds and rare talent conferences attract make for a great occasion to network. At a conference, you might hear innovative business proposals, unique continuing education options, or interesting hobbies that offer fun and additional networking opportunities.
Travel CME conferences bring bright, passionate professionals from all over the country to experience exciting itineraries full of opportunities to work, play and socialize. Make new friends, enjoy safe face-to-face interactions and then join one another for ‘extracurricular’ activities to start fulfilling friendships and advance professional goals.
Balance Work and Play
In addition to professional and clinical development, travel conferences are places to have fun. Medical practitioners spend years in school, complete clinical practicum and finally, pass licensing exams. Spending annual CME allowances are a perk when spent on the right travel conference. Practitioners made huge sacrifices and saved thousands of lives during the pandemic. You’ve earned a few days in the sun and a reward for your hard work.
Spend Time With Family and Friends
Travel conferences are a great way to spend time with family or coworkers. Flexible schedules like CME Seminars’ unique mornings-only conferences mean afternoons enjoying warm sand, cool breezes and mocktails for the kids. Or finally link up with that coworker who you’d been meaning to connect with outside of work. You might even team up to brainstorm ways to improve your healthcare facility after a conference by adding new technology, recruiting potential employees or caring for a new type of patient. Perhaps you’ll just relax and escape the mundane with a partner. Travel conferences with mornings-only schedules are the perfect way to get away while getting something done.
Make it a Solo Adventure
You don’t have to be a parent or spouse to enjoy a travel conference. In fact, they make the perfect solo adventure. Medical conferences combine the familiarity of your professional life with the novelty of a vacation! Florida conferences are among the best ways to accomplish this because the weather remains comfortable all year.
CME Seminars chooses conference venues carefully, maximizing play and work opportunities with ideal surroundings and convenient locations. The Hilton Garden Inn in St. Pete features the lavish benefits of a beachside stay with the convenience of residing just minutes from downtown St. Pete Beach and the city of St. Petersburg. Professional sports, water sports and some of the most scrumptious seafood anywhere can be found here. The Hilton Garden Inn is a destination in its own right with nightly live music, cabanas overlooking the gulf waters and a beachside bar.