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Help Us Improve

Our goal is to make each AER Conference a positive experience for all who attend, but we cannot do this without your help. We want to hear your thoughts on what we did well and what we could do better. Please use the notepaper in the back of this Guide to capture your thoughts, and then take a few minutes to complete the evaluation, which will be emailed to you at the conclusion of the conference. Thank you in advance for your feedback.

Conference Passport

The Conference Passport includes select session handouts, a link to the conference program, an attendee list, keynote and plenary biographies, venue details, and information about PRIM&R. After the conference, audio and video recordings for designated presentations will be added to the Passport. Materials are now available for your use and reference. To access them, please follow these instructions: 1. Open your internet browser, and go to www.eventscribe.com/2013/primr-aer. 2. Enter the Conference Passport Code found on the back of your name badge (this was also emailed to you prior to the conference). 3. Select “Continue.” 4. Using the left-hand navigation titled “Program Content,” select one of the available search options to locate a specific session. 5. If materials are available for a session, a document icon will appear next to or below the title. Click on the icon to access the materials for that session. Please note that not all sessions have handouts.

People & Perspectives (P&P)

PRIM&R has a long and strong commitment to community building, and P&P is our latest initiative in that tradition. P&P is an online archive for uncovering, collecting, cataloguing, preserving, and sharing the stories of those advancing ethical research. P&P features both the oral histories and reflections of the field’s founders, as well as those tasked with the daily implementation of ethical principles in research. These stories and this history are shared via multiple platforms: audio and video recordings, interviews, short narratives, essays, photographs, and content from PRIM&R’s program archives. We invite you to become a part of P&P by sharing your story about your personal history, observations, experiences, and/or reflections on your involvement with research. Tell us about your introduction to the field; recount a key event that affected or influenced you; and/or describe the changes you’ve seen since you first began your work. Stop by the PRIM&R booth in The Conference Connection to view a demo of the P&P website, watch footage of stories from contributors, or sign up to participate. Also, please join us for the Grand Finale Session P&P: Bring Your Story, on Saturday, November 9, 3:30-4:45 PM, in Room 310. Visit www.peopleandperspectives.org for more information, or contact peopleandperspectives@primr.org.

Please check the Conference Passport periodically, as additional materials will be posted as they are received. You may print materials for any and all of the sessions that interest you. Printers are available at the FedEx Office outside of Exhibit Hall A on the first floor of the Hynes Convention Center. If you have questions, please email us at info@primr.org or call 617.423.4112.

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2013 AER Conference Guide  

Digital version fo the Conference Guide for the 2013 Advancing Ethical Research Conference

2013 AER Conference Guide  

Digital version fo the Conference Guide for the 2013 Advancing Ethical Research Conference

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