What equipment to take to a GP conference – to help your learning and keep you comfortable.
Imagine going to a conference to learn and having everything you need. In this episode, I cover what I take to a conference to help my learning and comfort. Do you agree?
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I recently got asked what equipment I need at a conference. in this episode, shot at the Best practice Conference 2019 in Birmingham, I look at the various different ways you can use equipment to help with your learning or simply make attending a conference comfortable. I also look at the type of tech you may need if you are attending as a presenter at a conference.
00:52 Plan your objectives- look at the agenda and plan the sessions you want to attend
01:29 Smartphone yourself- the essential tech piece anyone should have (if recording do not forget your microphone…..like my Boya M1 –
02:00 Battery pack – 10000 amp should be more than enough
02:37 Universal charger cable – as multiple heads are better than one!
03:19 Compact charger plug – for when you do get access to a plug socket…
03:42 an effective bag – especially to carry all your kit and some space for extra items
04:12 water bottle and healthy snacks
04:50 laptop or tablet: I use the Microsoft surface pro 6
05:30 mini display port – an essential if you are delivering a presentation
06:15 Pen and paper – Dingbat notebook and Frixion pen
06:55 headphones and external Seagate USB hard drive
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👨🏾⚕️Dr Gandalf’s essential GP equipment list 👨🏾⚕️ see here:
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