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Conference coverage 101: Preparing to report on a medical research conference

Reporters who have been covering medical research conferences for a while develop over time habits, strategies and routines for finding interesting research, getting the most out of the sessions, finding good on-site sources and — perhaps most challenging — managing time and workflow.

But the experience can be overwhelming to those just starting or who have only attended a couple conferences. Tara Haelle has some pointers that focus on what you can do in the weeks before a conference to make the on-site experience easier and less hectic.

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