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Some basic questions to ask presenters and attendees at a medical conference

Conferences can be hectic to cover, and it’s difficult sometimes to pin down the researcher or presenter you need, much less get quotes from other attendees about a particular presentation. Having a list of ready questions for these two common conference interview scenarios can help when you’re feeling flustered or your brain starts to reach conference carrying capacity.

Whether you use these exact questions, tweak them or develop your own, keep in mind that most of the time, what you primarily need is the clinical significance of the findings or, if there is no immediate clinical significance, what makes the findings important or surprising. Here are some questions to get you started.

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