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RAPS: We tried something new at Euro Convergence this year and delegates were able to judge your poster by walking around and voting on it afterwards. So, what was that experience like, walking around, and knowing people are voting on your work?
RAPS: How would you sum up your Euro Convergence experience and your poster experience in one sentence?
Carnero: The best part was the interaction. I totally agree that webinars have been helpful but presenting a poster and going to a conference is radically different. And we were really missing the interaction.
The sessions are very interesting. I'd say that this one was very, very important because of the MDR and IVDR implementation. And you need to plan a little bit. You need to plan your conference and go vote for the posters, but also go to the sessions and spend some time to interact and to discuss with your colleagues.
Sometimes it's much better to stop, take a coffee break and meet somebody new than it is to just keep reading. This is a great opportunity to meet in person and interact.
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