UF Continuing Medical Education provides planning services to assist College of Medicine Departments and Faculty with both live conferences and virtual events!

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When you’re ready to start planning your event, our certified conference manager and experienced event staff at UF Continuing Medical Education will be delighted to help you with the process. Our goal is to deliver elevated experiences for your attendees, exhibitors, sponsors, internal stakeholders.


Conference Planning Quote

Interested in having UF CME’s Conference Planning team plan your event? Fill our our inquiry form linked below, and our conference manager will get in touch to provide a quote and discuss the detailed needs of your event.


Your Conference Manager

Our Conference Planning Services Clients work directly with UF CME’s Conference Manager. Gianna is the lead manager for the department and has experience managing all aspects of the event process from marketing to speaker logistics and vendor management.


Planning Services for Virtual Events

Our office offers planning services for Virtual Events! We can provide guidance on how to convert your in-person event to a creative and engaging virtual event, as well as assistance in executing the logistical aspects of your current virtual or online educational offering.


Client Testimonials

UF CME prides itself on the relationships built with our Conference Planning Clients, and love to continue planning those conferences year after year. View comments from Conference Directors on working with UF CME Conference Planning Services.


Our Conference Portfolio

UF CME has planned events for a multitude of UF College of Medicine Departments from both Gainesville and Jacksonville campuses. View some of the events we have planned over the last 5 years.

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Event Gallery

From 30 person hands-on workshops to 200 person multi-day symposia, UF CME has planned a wide variety of events. View photos from events planned by UF CME for a vision of what your event could look like!

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