After careful consideration and a comprehensive review of information related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the NCRA Board of Directors has made the decision to reschedule the NCRA 2020 Annual Conference. The new dates are September 20-23, 2020; the original dates were May 31-June 3, 2020. The conference will still be held at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando, Florida.
NCRA has been closely monitoring the rapidly increasing domestic and worldwide COVID-19 developments during the last several weeks. Our evidence-based decision was made after a thorough review and discussion of all factors impacting the annual conference. NCRA believes that the decision to postpone the conference is the correct one in order to safeguard participants from further potential exposure to the coronavirus. We understand that this will mean an adjustment of travel plans for many. If you are a current registrant, presenter, or exhibitor, NCRA has developed a set of Frequently Asked Questions to assist you. (Presenters and exhibitors will also be receiving e-mails from their NCRA staff liaisons to address specific next steps.)
If you had not yet registered for the NCRA 2020 Annual Conference, the updated conference webpage and new registration link will be available on Wednesday, April 22, 2020.
NCRA looks forward to your active participation at NCRA 2020. We extend our profound thanks to members and partners for your understanding and dedication to NCRA during this challenging time. Lastly, we would like to extend our heartfelt sympathies to everyone impacted by this global health crisis.
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