We are focusing on building meaningful meetings which correspond to your needs and requests. These vary in range from 20-person local roundtable
“The Dialogue” to larger medical conferences between 150 and 200 attendees.
It all started with recognizing the lack of educational opportunities in the field of IBD in the Pacific Northwest. In 2016 IBDHorizons put on it’s first annual conference. An 8-hour conference offering free CME certification is offered and supported by industry.
We focus on offering high quality presentations on relevant topics delivered by recognized national and international speakers such as Stephen Hanauer, Brian Feagan, Scott D. Lee, Fernando Velayos, Anita Afzali, Ghassan Wahbeh, Feza Remzi and others. This is a great opportunity to update your knowledge by attending a one day meeting on hot topics in the field of IBD, networking with your colleagues and asking industry any questions that you may have.
We are determined to offer an annual conference in March and a nurse focused conference during the year.
The audience is comprised of physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, assistants, residents and fellows, pharmacists, and medical staff routinely involved in IBD patient care from both academic and community settings.
20-person maximum customized interactive roundtable dinner meetings. Format allows for didactic, case-based discussion, conducted at a convenient local venue.
Practical patient case presented incorporating hot topics in IBD. An opportunity to discuss real-world cases with IBD experts and thought leaders in IBD. Requests have been both local, regional, national and at all large meetings such as DDW, ACG, AIBD and CCFA.
Local clubs are requesting support
Our focus is offering meeting based on true needs
We can craft surveys and obtain information from both academic and community providers regarding concerns or questions of interest for your industry. Access high quality feedback directly from IBD experts.Reasons to run surveys
Uncover the answers. In a non-intimidating survey environment, you will learn about what motivates survey respondents and what is important to them, and gather meaningful opinions, comments, and feedback. A non-intimidating survey environment is one that best suits the privacy needs of the survey respondent. Respondents are more likely to provide open and honest feedback in a more private survey method.
Methods such as online surveys, paper surveys, or mobile surveys are more private and less intimidating than face-to- face survey interviews or telephone surveys. Evoke discussion. Give
your survey respondents an opportunity to discuss important key topics. Communicate with your respondents about your survey topic. This allows you to dig deeper into your survey, and can incite topics related to your survey within a broader perspective.
Base decisions on objective information. Conducting surveys is an unbiased approach to decision-making. Don’t rely on “gut feelings” to make important business decisions. You can collect unbiased survey data and develop sensible decisions based on analyzed results. By analyzing results, you can immediately address topics of importance, rather than waste time and valuable resources on areas of little or no concern.
We welcome specific consulting Projects Working in collaboration with Key Opinion Leaders in IBD to start pilot projects or research.
These can be at a Local, National or International level
Assisting in setting up clinical trials, Phase I-IV collaborative or IIS Studies opportunity to learn how to start clinical trials or investigational research studies at your clinical site. Site recommendations, creation of CRF, protocol development, grant submission, electronic data capture EDC.
Analysis of data and creation of publications.
Assisting in setting up clinical trials, Phase I-IV collaborative or IIS Studies opportunity to learn how to start clinical trials or investigational research studies at your clinical site.
Site recommendations, creation of CRF, grant submission, electronic data capture. Analysis of data and creation of publications