Tips on Maintaining Professionalism During Virtual Meetings? There’s a Webinar for That
By David Doolittle

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If you’re reading this story at home at the beginning or end of your workday, you might be sitting on the sofa wearing a comfy T-shirt. 

That’s fine during your down time at home, but you also know that might not be the best option when meeting virtually with patients or colleagues. 

The COVID-19 pandemic has at times blurred the lines between work life and home life, particularly as the use of telemedicine and virtual meetings increase. 

If you’re looking for tips and information on maintaining or improving your professional presence during virtual meetings via Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or any other virtual platform, tune in to the Texas Medical Association’s latest webinar, How to Have a Virtual Professional Presence

During the webinar, TMA practice management consultant Mollie Mailman, MBA, shares her expertise on topics such as:

  • How to lead a successful video meeting;
  • How to avoid or handle interruptions; and
  • Tips for a polished presence.

The 27-minute webinar is accredited for 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and is free to TMA members and staff thanks to a generous sponsorship by the Texas Medical Association Insurance Trust.  

Want to take this program with you? Download the "CME to Go version" below.

TMA is committed to providing Texas physicians with information and assistance with telemedicine. Visit TMA’s telemedicine webpage for news, information, and other resources, including TMA's Practice Consulting services.

Last Updated On

September 02, 2020

Originally Published On

August 28, 2020

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Dave Doolittle is editor of Texas Medicine and Texas Medicine Today. Dave grew up in Austin, where he attended culinary school as well as the University of Texas. He spent years covering Central Texas for the Austin American-Statesman newspaper. He is the father of two girls, a proud Longhorn, and an avid motorsports fan.

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