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NameDateLocationTypeField of studyComments (e.g., website, additional info about event)# speakers# female speakers% female speakersComments (e.g., details on how speakers are chosen)# audience members# females in audience% females in audienceCommentsQuestion start timeQuestion end time# questions asked# q's asked by women% q's asked by womenFirst q: GenderComments (e.g., how do people ask questions?)NameEmail
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New Seminar of Innovation in Primary CareSep-18onlineonline debateMedicineTwo linked events: The online debate precedes the face-to-face debate, to help speakers hone their presentation. The online debate is mainly around the speakers' summaries and debate questions that they provide, but also other topics.211361.90%1278365.35%"Audience" is people who signed up to follow the debate26015158.08%comments/questions/ideas around different topics, mainly about the abstracts of the speaker presentationsWe encourage females/males to carry children, in fact children are welcome and all participants help in taking care of them. At the event in 2005, 96% of the audience were men, so we decided that participants should invite a health professional of a different sex and younger so the "landscape" would change. Because of the topics and the organization now our participants are almost 50% students of medicine or residents of family medicine (being mainly females). Registration is free and the speakers are not paid at all. Around half of the speakers are seniors, and half students and residents (students and residents have a senior "virtual tutor" to help them).Juan Gérvasjjgervas@gmail.com
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New Seminar of Innovation in Primary CareSep-18Chileface-to-face debateMedicineTwo linked events: The online debate precedes the face-to-face debate, to help speakers hone their presentation. The online debate is mainly around the speakers' summaries and debate questions that they provide, but also other topics.211361.90%512854.90%974748.45%Juan Gérvasjjgervas@gmail.com
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New Seminar of Innovation in Primary CareFeb-18onlineonline debateMedicineSee comments for 2018 event221359.09%See comments for 2018 event30617155.88%See comments for 2018 eventSee comments for 2018 eventJuan Gérvasjjgervas@gmail.com
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New Seminar of Innovation in Primary CareFeb-18Brazilface-to-face debateMedicineSee comments for 2018 event221359.09%24216266.94%1286349.22%Juan Gérvasjjgervas@gmail.com
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New Seminar of Innovation in Primary CareNov-17onlineonline debateMedicineSee comments for 2018 event23616569.92%See comments for 2018 event32919759.88%See comments for 2018 eventSee comments for 2018 eventJuan Gérvasjjgervas@gmail.com
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New Seminar of Innovation in Primary CareNov-17Spainface-to-face debateMedicineSee comments for 2018 event1208066.67%1217763.64%Juan Gérvasjjgervas@gmail.com
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