Build interactive healthcare training with tools you already use
Add learner engagement to PowerPoint decks for medical training presentations
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Over half the Fortune 500 use Poll Everywhere to engage employees
Deloitte University uses Poll Everywhere to track CPE attendance.
We ditched paper sign in sheets and haven't looked back since!
We're always amazed, watching the responses
come in, and seeing the bars grow. it breaks up the monotony.
Product Trainer at Pamlab
We promote health at the workplace and Poll Everywhere has allowed us
to engage participants during presentations, keep them honest, and keep them awake!
Here's how it works
Now you can add personal interaction and formative assessment to existing PowerPoint decks, then deploy them to a team of instructors and SMEs. Use Poll Everywhere to create personalized instruction, ROI reporting, attendance tracking, and training evaluations.
Poll Everywhere makes learning active, social, and personal
With frequent Q&A polling, formative assessments, and check-in questions, instructors can tailor learning to participants as they go along.
Quick and easy icebreakers
Build a strong team from day one by starting with a quick game or icebreaker question, woven seamlessly into your PowerPoint presentation.
Medical training evaluations
When healthcare training assessments are conducted live, or as a mobile self-paced survey, your organization can start to see 100% completion rates.
Ongoing training checkups
Use the same mobile polling tools to see what participants still remember and practice, weeks after training has been completed.
Seamless PowerPoint integration
Poll Everywhere fits right into your existing learning program. Use the same Poll Slides with an instructor-led class as you do with remote learners.
Bring your own device
Poll Everywhere takes advantage of the slideware you already use, and the mobile devices your participants already own. No clickers cramping your style.
Poll Everywhere makes healthcare training fun
Organizations around the world use live polls to break up dull content with learning activities, games, and review questions.
Jayme Torres isn’t a schoolteacher. But it’s easy to feel like one when you present six-hour lectures every day, sometimes for weeks on end. Jayme works as a product trainer for sales reps at Pamlab, a naturalized pharmaceutical company based in Louisiana.
She teaches volumes of detailed, data-heavy medical information to new sales team members, including 50 inside team members who work the phones and over 200 outside team members who meet with doctors daily. They study each product for six hours each plus two hours of clinical review. It’s an intense fact dumping.
Marathon PowerPoint sessions interrupted
Jayme is constantly innovating, bringing a little life and laughter to her trainings. “I try to break up the monotony and make it fun. I’m also looking for ways to increase engagement.”
One of the tools Jayme uses to liven up her marathon PowerPoint sessions is Poll Everywhere. Sometime near the beginning of a product lecture, or after a break, Torres runs a poll. Often it’s a question that tests the limits of the new sales reps’ background knowledge, or gauges their level of understanding of the topic at hand. Other times she uses polling as an icebreaker, to encourage new team members to get to know one another and interact.
Pamlab’s most popular poll to date is the one Jayme created with the help of seven team leaders. Each leader gathered one interesting fact about each person on his or her team. Then Jayme randomized the facts and created a massive Bingo game for the staff to play at the beginning of the meeting. Everyone milled around the room, trying to match each fact with a name and a face. It delivered a lot of laughs, and was the perfect way to break the ice.
Jayme reserved the most intriguing facts of the game for the poll. She put seven facts about seven mystery team members on screen, and let the whole room vote on who was who. The results were hilarious, and got the whole sales force pumped and primed for the session.