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MGFA Annual National Conference 2021 Resources Page

The annual MGFA National Conference was held online this year, Sunday, April 11 through Tuesday, April 13. This 3-day, online program was open to anyone worldwide, and we featured some of our wonderfully talented and dedicated MG patients and volunteers in addition to the highly-informative presentations given by leading MG medial experts. The National Conference is the largest and most complete online gathering of the MG Community anywhere.

 

This National Conference Resources Page provides links and information to access presentations, materials, sponsor booths, agendas, and other important resources associated with this extremely successful event. These materials will be accessible for ONE YEAR from the end of the event.

 

ACCESS NATIONAL CONFERENCE

Use the VIEW EVENT button below to add your email address and log into the event platform if you’re already registered, or register first and then log in. Once you are in the “Lobby” of the event you can do the following:

 

  • GO TO THEATRE TO ACCESS RECORDED SESSIONS – Go to theater and click or tap on each session, each day, to see the video recordings.
  • EXHIBIT HALL TO SEE SPONSORS AND MATERIALS – Go to the Exhibit Hall to see sponsor booths and access brochures, fact sheets, videos, and other materials.
  • BRIEFCASES AND MATERIALS – Go to the Tools link at the top menu, click or tap on it, and go to profile. Once in profile, you can access your own personal briefcase of materials that you’ve saved. Or you can go to the Resource area and find materials that you want to save to your briefcase. You can also save materials to your briefcase from the Exhibit Hall booths.

ACCESS EVENT

 

 

CONFERENCE AGENDA

Check out the full National Conference Agenda.

ACCESS AGENDA

 

PRESENTER SLIDES

When presentation slides are available, we will host those decks in the following section.

 

NATIONAL CONFERENCE BLOG

Nancy Law, Chair of MGFA’s Board of Directors, wrote a blog about the National Conference and its importance, and her memories of past conferences.

READ THE BLOG

 

 

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