Your intended audience is more likely to attend your session if they feel the content is timely, relevant and addresses their specific wants and needs. To best engage your audience, find out what's most important to them.
Consider the following to find out what's most important to your participants:
If you aren't sure what your intended audience might like to know, conduct a needs assessment with your participants, or ask your interprofessional teams what commonly asked questions patients have. If possible, you can also consult with your patient advisor councils or Patient/Caregiver Partners program.
Virtual group education may not be appropriate if the information you wish to cover is:
Example: How do I to set up my home hemodialysis machine?
In these cases, virtual group education may be more appropriate after individual learning has taken place.