Join the conversation with Sli.do

Sli.do demonstrationAt this year’s conference, we will use the audience engagement tool Sli.do to crowd-source questions from delegates and provide opportunities for you to engage with topics presented during the concurrent sessions.

You will be able to join via your mobile devices at ww.slido.com with the event code #RCGP16 and ask questions. You will also be able to vote up other people’s questions that you find interesting.

Sli.do is an interactive engagement tool that will help you:

  • Ask questions without having to wait for a microphone
  • Take part in polls to provide your opinion
  • Benchmark your learning against your peers

Warm-up question

We have prepared a warm-up question for you to familiarise yourself with Sli.do before you attend:

1 – Visit www.slido.com

2 – Enter event code #RCGP16

3 – Select the Attendee Familiarisation ‘room’

4 – (Optional) Click on the menu icon in the top left corner, choose Add Profile and enter your name.

Then save and click on the menu and Live to go back to the ‘room’

5 – Answer the poll and submit your test questions

 

How will this work at the conference?

Sessions that are using Sli.do will display information on the presentation screen, reminding you how to join the correct session. Your session chair will also make a quick introduction.

All you will need to do is visit www.slido.com from your mobile device and enter the event code#RCGP16. Then select the name of the room in which your concurrent session is taking place.

Questions posed by the speakers will appear under the Polls tab when asked during the session. You will be able to pose your own questions to speakers throughout the entire session, and vote for questions submitted by other attendees, under the Questions tab.

 
Register for Boehringer’s Friday lunchtime symposium, “Question Time: The challenges for anticoagulation in atrial fibrillation for primary care,” and help shape the conversation. 
 
New oral anticoagulation therapies mean atrial fibrillation is now more likely to be managed in primary care, and this presents both opportunities and challenges with an array of different medicine options.
 
In this exciting Question Time session, chaired by Dr Mark Porter (presenter of BBC Radio 4’s Inside Health) an expert panel of healthcare professionals representing primary care, secondary care, CCG advisor, pharmacy and patients themselves will answer your questions and discuss the challenges you face daily in anticoagulation for atrial fibrillation in the primary care setting. It’s your opportunity to find out everything you wanted to know about anticoagulation in atrial fibrillation.
 
Submit your questions to the panel in advance of the conference and vote for the questions you most want answered, submitted by other attendees.
 
Visit www.slido.com on your mobile, tablet or desktop, enter event code #RCGP16 and select the Boehringer session