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Hi everyone,
Following up with a reminder that our RDA plenary session on Tuesday March 21st has a slot for a few case study lightning updates of 3-5 mins each. If you’d like to share an update, please email me and Natasha by March 18th with one slide for us to add to the session slide deck.
All best,
Daniel
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Subject: [national-pid-strategies-wg] Updated P20 session agenda and request to action
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Hi everyone,
The theme of our session at the upcoming RDA Plenary in Gothenburg (and online) is:
Pathways to national PID strategies: guidance to facilitate uptake and alignment
An updated version of the agenda can be found here.
As this will be our last Plenary meeting (the WG is due to conclude in June), we will have a working session focussed primarily on reviewing the draft WG output: a document that can provide guidance to developing a national PID strategy. The document is based on comparing and contrasting the case studies we have collected (9 so far).
We will also present options for taking the work of the WG forward for consideration at the session.
FOR ACTION
Could you please:
1. Submit a case study OR update an existing case study by 14 April 2023. Yes, this after the Plenary but gives us enough time to update the guidance document before we submit it to RDA in June.
2. Consider providing an update on your case study at the session. We have 20 minutes allocated to collective sharing of case studies so you will only need to speak for 3-5 minutes depending on how many we get. You may choose to present slides, or not.
To submit a new or updated case study, or to offer to present it at the Plenary session, please contact co-chairs. Daniel Bangert and I will be attending the Plenary in person with Chris dialing in virtually from the UK and Shawna on leave at the time.
We hope to see you there.
Best,
Natasha
Natasha Simons
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