Don’t Miss the iSRA 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting!

By SRAI News posted 10-16-2020 11:41

  

Don’t Miss the iSRA 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting!

The iSRA 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting kicked off on October 5 with a slate of workshops and hundreds of members accessing the Annual Meeting Online Platform to begin connecting with their peers.

The Annual Meeting will be all month, with workshops, main events, educational tracks and social networking opportunities designed to fit your schedule and needs. Every registrant will have access to the iSRA Main event plus one or more of the 2 day educational Tracks listed below.

October 19 – 20: Main Event

Don’t miss on October 19, Sandro Galea, Dean and Robert A. Knox Professor at Boston University School of Public Health, will be giving a talk on COVID-19 and Wellness: What We Have Learned and Where We are Going. The keynote address will be followed by Federal Updates. On October 20, Kate Tapper, Leadership Coach, Bud Development, will be giving a talk on Be Kind to Stay Strong: The Case for Compassionate Resilience. The Tuesday keynote will be followed by presentations from our sponsors—join them within our Virtual Exhibit Hall to talk and for chances to win prizes!

We are committed to keeping that connection alive in the virtual environment. On October 19 we have the iSRA Game Night with Raising the Bar with iSRA and a Virtual Fabulous Feud. On October 20 we have the SRAI Awards and Distinguished Faculty Recognition followed by the SRAI Membership Business Meeting (open to all members).

October 15 – 30: Educational Tracks

We spread out the concurrent sessions into themed tracks to allow you to access more of the content you want from our annual meeting. You may register for one or all tracks. As a special bonus, you will have access to every concurrent session in each of your selected tracks for 30 days. 

Visit www.sraannualmeeting.org/2020 to see the full schedule and register!


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