Individual abstracts and symposium proposals for this year's SRA Annual Meeting must be submitted by May 23.
Society for Risk Analysis Annual Meeting
December 8-11, 2013 - Baltimore, Maryland
The theme of the meeting is Risk Analysis for Better Policies, highlighting sessions that identify ways that risk analysis can assist private and public policy makers to improve decisions in a world of complex and uncertain governance challenges. Special emphasis will be placed on the role of risk analysis as a tool for policy making and risk-benefit balancing.
The Society for Risk Analysis is a remarkable association. Its members are scientists and practitioners trained in multiple disciplines who come from around the world. They are employed by government, industry, consulting firms, NGOs, academic institutions, and themselves. They seek one another’s company because they face problems requiring such diverse perspectives. This diversity of disciplines and perspectives is crucial for gaining better insights into the complex challenges of globalization and can help policy makers to cope with the growing uncertainties and ambiguities of policy making.
The meeting will be located at the Hilton Baltimore in Baltimore, MD. The Hilton is located in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor district and is only 15 minutes from BWI airport. Guests can enjoy the hotel’s prime location next to Oriole Park at Camden Yards, M&T Stadium, home of the Baltimore Ravens; and the University of Maryland Medical Center.
Web submissions only, submission deadline is 23 May.
Absolute Deadline, No Exceptions - applies to oral, poster and symposium submissions.
Program Committee's assignments are not negotiable, PERIOD.
Presenters must register by 1 October in order for abstract to be in Final Program.
An author may co-author any number of submissions but, as presenting author, may submit a maximum of 2 abstracts in the form of 1 proffered and 1 invited symposium abstract OR 1 proffered oral abstract and 1 proffered poster abstract OR 2 invited symposium abstracts.
Continuing Education Workshops
Proposals for continuing education workshops at this year's SRA Annual Meeting must be submitted by May 30.
Additional information is available here.