The Conference Planning Committee have a number of networking and social opportunities available during SAVIR 2020
Announcing SAVIR's first ever Injury Science Reciprocity Ring: build social networks, increase social capital, and ultimately cultivate long-term productive partnerships to grow the field of Injury Science.
Injury Science Reciprocity Ring® at the 2020 SAVIR Conference includes dinner - advanced registration is required
A Reciprocity Ring® is a dynamic group exercise created by Dr. Wayne Baker at the University of Michigan that helps teams and groups of all sizes learn “pay-it-forward” principles while creating and cementing high-quality connections. The overarching goal is to build social capital and strengthen networks. Key objectives include:
Participants complete a baseline survey prior to the event so we can assess the baseline professional network. In-person at the event, participants ask and offer help through an interactive activity:
After the event, we help facilitate communication in order to promote long-term, productive partnerships.
This event is hosted and sponsored by the Penn Injury Science Center at the University of Pennsylvania in partnership with the network of Injury Control Research Centers.
For more information contact: Sara Solomon, Deputy Director, Penn Injury Science Center (PISC) 215.898.1489 | email@example.com
The Penn Injury Science Center at the University of Pennsylvania and the Center for Injury Research and Prevention of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia invite you to the SAVIR Social 2020: A night with Osler Circle and the Beatles. Come for drinks, eats, and social activity with your peers at the World Live Cafe, Philadelphia's premiere independent music venue located in the University City District. Bring your business cards and dancing shoes! You won't want to miss this fun filled evening - but hurry up and register as space is limited.
Registration (first come first serve, space is limited)
Students and Transitional: $17.76
Everybody else: $20.20