Jun
16
Sun
54th CNSF Congress
Jun 16 – Jun 19 all day

The Canadian Neurological Sciences Federation hosts an annual Canadian Congress with four days of accredited scientific courses to assist our members, and others, with their Continuing Professional Development and Maintenance of Certification. 

For more information about the meeting, click here.

For a list of all upcoming meetings, go to zealaccess.ca/calendar.

Aug
12
Mon
Canada Climbing Medicine Symposium
Aug 12 – Aug 14 all day

The 2019 symposium offers three days of content, discussion and hands-on activities focused on sport climbing related health, medicine, social sciences and performance.

The conference will be held at Queen’s University on Squamish, British Columbia.

For more information, click here.

Aug
30
Fri
Vancouver SCAD Conference 2019
Aug 30 – Aug 31 all day

A team of spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD) experts from throughout Canada and the United States will provide a contemporary update on SCAD. Target audience includes cardiologists (general, critical care, interventionists), internists, general practitioners, nurses, residents/fellows, students, and patients.

The conference will be held at the Vancouver General Hospital in Vancouver, BC. For more information, click here.

Sep
20
Fri
World Sleep 2019
Sep 20 – Sep 25 all day

World Sleep 2019 is a full scientific congress on sleep medicine and research taking place from September 20-25, 2019 in Vancouver, Canada. The congress will feature the most current, world-class scientific content in the field of sleep medicine and research.

World Sleep 2019 is organized by World Sleep Society and hosted by the Canadian Sleep Society.

For more information, click here.

Sep
21
Sat
National Lymphoma Patient Conference
Sep 21 all day

This patient-focused educational conference will provide presentations by expert speaking faculty from across Canada about lymphoma, treatment specific information, clinical trials, the latest advances in lymphoma research, as well as networking opportunities for members of the lymphoma community.

The one-day meeting will be held in Toronto, Ontario. For more information, click here.

Sep
27
Fri
National/International Acromegaly Conference
Sep 27 – Sep 29 all day

The National Acromegaly Canada Conference brings together leading clinicians, researchers, and patients to share their knowledge about acromegaly.  The conference will be held at the Sheraton Gateway near the Toronto International Airport.

For more information, click here.

Nov
2
Sat
Defeat Duchenne Family Forum – Calgary
Nov 2 all day

A day-long event in Calgary with a who’s who from the rare disease and Duchenne communities, including Brett Billmeyer (PTC Therapeutics), Ryan Clarke and Joanne Koskie (advocacy solutions), Dr. Michael Rudnicky (Ottawa Hospital), Dr. Laura Hagert (ReveraGen BioPharma), Dr. Lawrence Korngut (Canadian Neuromuscular Disease Registry), Dr. Jean Mah (Alberta Children’s Hospital), and Lauren Morgenroth (TRiNDS).

The event is hosted by Jesse’s Journey, a registered charitable organization that has funded more than $11.5 million in research projects around the world, and is the ONLY Canadian charity that exists solely to fund Duchenne muscular dystrophy research.

For more information about the event, visit www.jessesjourney.com/defeat-duchenne-family-forum-calgary/

Nov
9
Sat
National Leukemia Conference
Nov 9 all day

Topics will include: Research updates on CAR-T and clinical trial innovations, powerful survivor stories, and treatment breakout sessions for AML, ALL, CLL, and CML.

This one day conference, held at the VanDusen Botanical Gardens in Vancouver BC, will allow patients and caregivers an opportunity to learn more about the latest research in leukemia.

For more information, click here.

Nov
20
Wed
Putting Patients First 2019
Nov 20 all day

Putting Patients First is an annual conference designed to encourage learning and collaboration between patients interested in patient-oriented research (POR), health researchers, health care providers and health system decision makers.

Guest speakers include Dr Evan Adams (Chief Medical Officer, First Nations Health Authority) and Jennifer Johannesen (author of No Ordinary Boy).

Nov
21
Thu
BC Cancer Summit 2019
Nov 21 – Nov 23 all day

BC Cancer’s interdisciplinary summit is November 21 to November 23, 2019 at the Sheraton Wall Centre in Vancouver. This three-day event provides critical education, professional development and unique relationship-building opportunities for oncology professionals from all specialties and disciplines.

For more information, visit bccancersummit.ca