This survey is the second iteration of a survey about the feelings and attitudes of our State of Reform community regarding returning to in-person conference experiences. We measure this across time to watch for changes in attitude and comfort levels as we consider in-person events. Please feel free to forward this to other health care professionals and colleagues. 

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* 1. As of July 1, Washington State is scheduled to fully re-open across all sectors (except large venues of more than 10,000 attendees, which will be at 75% capacity). 

Assuming that holds, conferences like State of Reform will be allowed to convene in September.

Generally speaking, how willing are you to participate in an indoor conference with up to 400 attendees if that event were held today?

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* 2. Have you been fully vaccinated yet, or do you intend to become fully vaccinated by September 1st?

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* 3. We plan to hold our 2021 Inland NW State of Reform Health Policy Conference on September 9th. By September 9th, do you believe you will feel comfortable attending a conference with up to 400 attendees at the Spokane Convention Center with proper distancing and protocols?

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* 4. If we limited the total number of in-person attendees to 200, would you be more or less likely to join this event in-person?

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* 5. We are considering offering a hybrid option for attendees, where one could choose to either be in person or join us virtually. We could provide the flexbility to change the type of participation up to 14 days before the conference, but it would mean higher rates for everyone of about 5-10%.

Knowing this, would a hybrid offering that was slightly more costly for everyone ($299-$349) make you more or less likely to register to join us via either option (in-person or virtually)?

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