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There will be no in-person conference this year.
UI held its first Virtual conference in December of 2020 in response to Covid-19 restrictions. The virtual conference introduced a format that provided pre conference availability of symposia, Deeper Dives and Poster presentations.
The 13th Annual Understanding Interventions Conference will continue with that design and we foresee future conferences adopting aspects of that format in reaching a virtual audience as well as those who attend the conferences in-person.
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