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American with Disabilities Act
ADRP only uses facilities that are in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you require special aids or services while attending the conference, please note this on your registration form and ADRP will contact you. ADRP must have notice by April 18, 2020 to best accommodate your request.
Meeting Code of Conduct
ADRP is committed to providing a safe, professional and productive meeting environment that fosters open dialogue and the exchange of ideas, promotes equal opportunities and treatment of all participants, supports diversity, and is free of harassment and discrimination.
Speakers are expected to demonstrate integrity and professional ethics. ADRP recognizes that professional and well-intentioned attendees can and do disagree; all conferences are intended to serve as a forum to consider and debate industry-relevant viewpoints in an orderly, respectful, and fair manner. All participants are expected to treat others with respect and consideration and alert staff or security of any dangerous situations or anyone in distress. This statement applies to all attendees, speakers, exhibitors, staff, contractors, volunteers, and guests at the Annual Conference and related events.
ADRP will not tolerate any form of harassment, sexual or otherwise. Harassment includes speech or behavior that is not welcome or is personally offensive, whether it is based on ethnicity, gender, religion, age, body size, disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other reason not related to scientific merit. It includes stalking, unnecessary touching, and unwelcome attention. Behavior that is acceptable to one person may not be acceptable to another, so use discretion to be sure that respect is communicated. Harassment intended in a joking manner still constitutes unacceptable behavior. Retaliation for reporting harassment is also a violation of the Code of Conduct, as is reporting an incident in bad faith. Harassment should be reported immediately to Carla Peterson, ADRP Executive Director or an ADRP staff member.
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