quinta-feira, março 05, 2009
Blog do Topol
Back in the 1980s abstract presentations were a core part of our cardiology meetings, a crowded place where science was presented and hotly debated amongst peers. Why are these presentations now so poorly attended? Has the way information is disseminated affected how we interact at meetings and what we expect from them? Where do we now go for “live” scientific exchange? What are your thoughts? How do you feel the meetings have evolved over the years? What form will they take in the future?