The high number of abstract presentations has taught us that the option to present virtually helps young investigators and residents present their work even from the most remote areas of the world without the burden of travel costs that bars them from participation. It is now evident that online conferences have opened new horizons for young scientists to present their work and interact with their colleagues from across the world. Hence we are determined to keep this window open in the future so that no one will miss the opportunity to present his work.
In the past, a delegate would have been able to be present in one hall at each given time (getting about 20 hours of education from the whole conference) even if we had five halls in total with sessions in parallel. While now, with all sessions being broadcasted and then recorded, any attendee will have access to attend all sessions, either in-person in the hall or online, by watching the recorded videos. Each attendee will receive 100 hours of education compared to the previously available 20 hours. It is five times more content for the same amount of paid-for registration.