Associations were quick to convert their conferences to virtual events when COVID-19 halted in-person meetings. Looking ahead, associations and their attendees are eager to get back together face to face. But how?
For event planners hoping to transition to a post-pandemic in-person experience, a few tips to help ease the transition.
With more than 8 million restaurant workers laid off since the beginning of coronavirus, NRAEF created the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund and distributed one-time $500 payments to those in need.
To deal with patient surge, AIA developed an assessment tool to help healthcare and non-healthcare entities make decisions about converting spaces into healthcare operations.
ASA and RILA joined forces to help retail businesses that provide essential services—like pharmacies and grocery stores—fill immediate job openings when COVID-19 hit.
From testing to treatment to infection prevention, IDSA became a critical resource for medical professionals and the public health community from the earliest days of the pandemic.
ASLA is developing resources and initiatives that will help landscape architects design communities that mitigate climate change.
The Access to Clinical Trials for Veterans Initiative aims to increase veteran participation in clinical trials and help the Department of Veterans Affairs streamline trial startups.
With millions worldwide suffering from a wide range of mental health issues, ADAA is promoting research and innovation to find new treatments and, ultimately, cures.
The Association for Play Therapy strengthened its credentialing program to ensure that children who exhibit developmental issues or suffer from other social-emotional stressors have access to a licensed play therapist.