SAVE THE DATE
NEVER WASTE A CRISIS - LESSONS LEARNED!
Thursday 26 - Monday 30 November 2020A virtual event hosted by ARMS
This first ARMS virtual conference picks up this theme to focus not so much on the difficulties of 2020, but on the lessons we have learned, the things we have changed and the emergence of "a new normal." What will we retain from the past in this new normal, what will we discard?
Never waste a crisis! A commonly repeated phrase throughout this year and one which applies to us like never before! We are living through a once in a generation crisis (or so we hope)! And yet, history shows us that times of crisis often also result in increased change and innovation for good!
As the world around us rapidly changes, research management has also been required to change - to be more agile, responsive and connected. How are individuals and the sector responding to challenges the pandemic has created? From crisis management to opportunities for innovation.
Scheduled across 3 days Thursday 26 - Monday 30 November, this ARMS online event will provide the chance to hear from key funding agencies, be inspired by panel sessions addressing current issues and participate in interactive virtual networking.
For further information, please view the event website here.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
The ARMS Program Committee is calling for abstracts, panel suggestions and presentations that address this theme of lessons learned in our research management operations under two broad themes as outlined below:
Theme 1: Supporting Research and Researchers Through Times of Crisis
This theme includes:
Theme 2: Maintaining Strong Partnerships Through Times of Crisis
For full theme descriptions, terms and conditions and example of a sucessful abstract, please DOWNLOAD CALL FOR ABSTRACTS DOCUMENT here.
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