General Conference Attendees
If you are not affiliated with a policy tracking initiative and are interested in attending the conference, please register for the conference by March 1 by using the General Attendance Registration.
Media, Policy-Makers and Foundations
If you are a journalist, policy-maker or represent a foundation, we would like to especially invite you to the third workshop day which will take place March 3 2021. Please register by March 02 by using the General Attendance Registration.
All events will be taking place via the videoconferencing software Zoom. Login details will be shared in due course after registration.
The conference will be split into two parts that shall be conducted consecutively with a 3 week gap. The first workshop will take place on February 10-11, 2021, the second will be conducted on March 3, 2021. The first and the third day will be publicly available and uploaded online. The second day will be recorded for internal use and will not be shared among the participants or with the public.
No questions will be allowed during the talk. Everyone except the speaker will be muted.
Q&A & Discussion
Participants may ask questions during the Q&A session after each talk using the Zoom chat feature or a live chat link that will be provided. The session chair will unmute the questioner and they can ask the speaker their question or read out the question.
We would like all presentations to be uploaded to the workshop page before the presentation. We therefore ask all presenters to email their presentations at least two days before the respective workshop day.
Code of Conduct
COVID-19 PHSMs Data Coverage Conference Anti-Harassment Policy
The COVID-19 PHSMs Data Coverage Conference are convened for the purposes of professional development and scholarly and educational interchange in the spirit of free inquiry and free expression. Harassment of colleagues, students, or other conference participants undermines the principle of equity at the heart of these professional fora and is inconsistent with the principles of free inquiry and free expression. Consequently, harassment is considered by us to be a serious form of professional misconduct.
The following Anti-Harassment Policy outlines expectations for all those who attend or participate in the COVID-19 PHSMs Data Coverage Conference. It reminds participants that all professional academic ethics and norms apply as standards of behavior and interaction at these meetings.
The COVID-19 PHSMs Data Coverage Conference is committed to providing a safe and welcoming conference environment for all participants, regardless of actual or perceived gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, ability, socioeconomic status, age, or religion. “Participant” in this policy refers to anyone present at the COVID-19 PHSMs Data Coverage Conference, including staff, contractors, vendors, exhibitors, venue staff, and all other attendees.
2. Expected Behavior
- All participants at COVID-19 PHSMs Data Coverage Conference meetings are expected to abide by this Anti-Harassment Policy in all meeting venues including ancillary events and official and unofficial social gatherings.
- Abide by the norms of professional respect that are necessary to promote the conditions for free academic interchange.
- If you witness potential harm to a conference participant, be proactive in helping to mitigate or avoid that harm.
- Alert conference or security personnel if you see a situation in which someone might be in imminent physical danger.
3. Unacceptable Behavior
- persistent and unwelcome solicitation of emotional or physical intimacy accompanied by real or implied threat of professional harm
- intimidating, harassing, abusive, derogatory or demeaning speech or actions by any participant at the COVID-19 PHSMs Data Coverage Conference meeting and/or at any related event.
- prejudicial actions or comments related to actual or perceived gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, ability, socioeconomic status, age, or religion that coerce others, foment broad hostility, or otherwise undermine professional equity or the principles of free academic exchange.
- deliberate intimidation, stalking or following;
- harassing photography or recording;
- sustained disruption of talks or other events;
- physical assault (including unwelcome touch or groping)
- real or implied threat of physical harm
Procedures for Violations of the Sexual Harassment Provisions of the COVID-19 PHSMs Data Coverage Conference Anti-Harassment Policy
Our procedures for addressing violations of the anti-harassment policy currently apply to all attendees at the COVID-19 PHSMs Data Coverage Conference. Any attendee of the COVID-19 PHSMs Data Coverage Conference may pursue a complaint of sexual harassment regarding an incident that has occurred by contacting email@example.com. Our ombuds person will reach out to you at arrange the necessary steps.