2020 ISQOLS VIRTUAL CONFERENCE
To view all of our conference materials, including the ISQOLS 2020 Virtual Conference Program please visit our online ISQOLS Conference Forum: https://isqols.org/Conference-Forums/.
Here you will find the ISQOLS 2020 Virtual Conference Program and the book of abstracts, as well as the various author research submissions.
*PLEASE NOTE: you must be logged into your ISQOLS membership profile to access this page. The Conference Forum is only accessible to current ISQOLS members. To check your membership status, visit isqols.org and log-in to your membership profile using your log-in and password information. If you are not a current member, you can join or renew on our website at isqols.org/join. If you have any trouble logging on, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many authors have submitted their research to our online conference forum in the form of: paper summaries, powerpoint presentations, pre-recorded presentations, posters, and individual webinar presentations. All of these submissions are available and accessible to all of our members at any time. Again, please visit our online ISQOLS Conference Forum: https://isqols.org/Conference-Forums/ and click on any of the links to view these submissions.
We invite current members to post comments and ideas on any of our topic forums or in our discussion forum. Please feel free to post comments under any of the authors' submissions or in our online discussion forum here: https://isqols.org/Conference-Forums/9024356. Please be sure your comments are respectful and courteous.
We encourage current members to SUBSCRIBE to our conference forum so you will receive updates on the materials posted and upcoming events. Click the "subscribe" button on the conference forum: https://isqols.org/Conference-Forums
If you have any questions related to the live presenter sessions, please contact Martijn Burger at email@example.com.
All other questions can be directed to Jill Johnson (ISQOLS Executive Director) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
THANK YOU ALL for participating in our first ever ISQOLS Virtual Conference! We appreciate all of your patience and understanding as we navigate this new format. This event could not be possible without all of your collaboration, support, and participation.
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