Events

International Conference on Cancer Biology and Therapeutics 2017

Cancer Therapeutics 2017 is the great platform for everybody to put forth their ideas of Cancer research. The main theme of the conference is “Integrating and Innovating the Ideas of Cancer Therapies”. So, Lets all join together and fight against Cancer.

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Canadian Association for Population Therapeutics Annual Conference

Why you should attend: Opportunity to connect with leaders in government, health policy, academia, pharmaceutical industry, patient organizations, and contract research organizations. Qualify for reduced conference registration fee and travel bursary. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE PROGRAM: Sunday Oct. 22, 2017 @ 1–5PM (open to all registrants at no additional fee) Pre-Conference Workshop on Precision Health –

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Patient Engagement and Outcomes: Taking it to the Next Level

The Canadian Association for Population Therapeutics Presents: Patient Engagement and Outcomes: Taking it to the Next Level. The CAPT Mission is to advance population-based research of therapeutic interventions to improve the health outcomes of Canadians by: Bringing together diverse perspectives Facilitating open exchange of ideas and collaboration, and Influencing policy and practice The CAPT Vision

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Fall Patient Meetings – Bladder Cancer Canada (Kingston)

On October 25, Dr. Robert Siemens (Member of BCC’s Medical Advisory and Research Boad) will moderate presentations and dynamic discussion with colleagues and bladder cancer survivors. Expert presenters will include two Urologic Oncologists and Assistant Professors at Queen’s School of Medicine, Dr. Jason Izard and Dr. Michael Leveridge. Also on hand will be Nurse Practitioner,

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Working Together to Advance Health Equity in York Region, Health Equity Impact Assessment Community of Interest

The Health Equity Impact Assessment (HEIA) Community of Interest (CoI) invites you to join us at our next webinar. York Region Public Health is committed to advancing health equity in its communities through collaboration with community partners. Join the presenters from York Region Public Health for an overview of their Health Equity Program and how

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CARE Congress on Biosimilars – Central

This regional meeting will serve as a platform for health care providers from Central Canada to meet, discuss, and share opinions with regards to how biosimilars are going to impact Canadian healthcare. Presentations will review the basic science, clinical trial data for biosimilars, and consider the current and potential impact biosimilars will have on the

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