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Attendee Safety & Security

The safety, security, and health of April Meeting 2023 attendees is of the utmost importance to APS.

APS is working to ensure that the in-person April Meeting is a safe and enjoyable experience for attendees. Please review the information provided on measures APS is taking to ensure attendee safety and security.

Badge Monitoring

All attendees must register for the meeting and wear their registration badge at all times beginning Saturday morning. Security personnel or staff may check badges before permitting admission to sessions. If your badge has been lost, you may receive one replacement badge free of charge at the registration desk. Additional replacements will cost $10 each.

COVID-19 and Related Health and Safety Guidelines

All attendees, exhibitors, and staff must follow the most current guidelines in order to enter any APS scientific meeting.

First Aid

A first aid station will be available at the convention center. In case of an emergency, please dial 911 and contact an APS employee immediately.

Lost & Found

Lost items may be turned in to and claimed at the APS Registration Desk.

Gender Neutral Bathroom

All-gender and family restrooms are located throughout the hotel.

Caregiver's Room

A designated room for quiet time and relaxation that is available to parents with young children. It is not a playroom. The room is fitted with comfortable furniture and water.

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Code of Conduct

APS's Code of Conduct intends to make the March Meeting a professional and welcoming space for all attendees.

ADA Policy

To uphold its values of inclusivity and diversity, APS wishes to ensure that April Meeting 2023 is accessible.

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