Webinar series for Patients and Health Care Providers
About our client:
CAPES (Clinician and Patient Education Series) is a collaboration of GRAPPA (Group for Research and Assessment of Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis), NPF (National Psoriasis Foundation), SAA (Spondylitis Association of America), and SPARTAN (Spondyloarthritis Research and Treatment Network). Our goals are to provide up-to-date knowledge, to advance HCP’s competence and performance in managing adult and pediatric patients with psoriatic arthritis (PsA) and axial spondyloarthritis (axSpA), and to create learning opportunities for patients and their families. We’ve developed learning modules with customized webinars and podcasts for both clinicians and patients and their families.
This project was unique in that the webinars were specific for patients and health care providers, and CAPES wanted to provide access for all the webinars to all registrants.
Working closely with CAPES, we helped to organize a successful and unique program of 7 webinars and a user-friendly website to provide access for all registrants.
We set up registration to be specific for patients and health care providers with separate correspondence, but providing access for all webinars for all registrants.
The webinars were organized in four modules; we built a website to house the four modules with a landing page that leads to a sub-site for each module.
On the sub-sites for each module, the information for that module is accessible for both patients and health care providers.
We produced 7 webinars, each webinar was specific to either patients or health care providers. We worked with different moderators and speakers throughout the program. Some speakers chose to pre-record and some chose to present live. The webinars for health care providers included CME pre-test and post-test questions.
On demand content:
We provided the webinars as on demand content both as the full program, and by session on the schedule.
Performedia produced 7 successful webinars for CAPES, each webinar was specific to either patients or health care providers.
The webinars are housed in a website with a sub-site for each of the four modules. Both the webinars for patients and the webinars for health care providers are accessible to all registrants.