Events

2021 Virtual Workshop Series: An Introduction to Health Technology Assessment and Health Technology Management

Audience: Of interest to anyone new to Health Technology Assessment (HTA) and Health Technology Management (HTM), including patients, students, policy-makers, health care professionals, and anyone attending the CADTH Symposium for the first time. Level: Introductory What you’ll learn: Participants will leave with an understanding of HTA and HTM, where they fit in the Canadian health care system, how they relate to other programs in the

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Uveal Melanoma Webinar

UVEAL MELANOMA WEBINAR Practical tools to help patients across Canada advocate for themselves and empower them throughout their journey’ Join us on October 28th, 2021, for our FREE Webinar “Uveal Melanoma Updates”. Hear from Dr. Ezekiel Weis, Ophthalmologist and Surgeon, presenting ‘practical tools that can help patients across Canada advocate for themselves and empower them throughout their journey’. Hear from a patient to learn about

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Wisdom and Love in Action Zoominar Series

We are delighted to share with you our brand new Healing and Cancer Six Part Series – Wisdom and Love In Action Zoominar which is led by Dr. Rob Rutledge

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Webinar: Learnings and Unresolved Issues

Every Patient Counts: No one Left Behind As Canada moves to implement our first National Rare Disease Drug Strategy, we can draw upon our experiences with ad hoc and deliberate access solutions for rare and other innovative therapies. But, with some 100 public prescription drug plans and over 100,000 private plans, most of these bespoke initiatives have not engendered blueprints or templates for successive emerging

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2021 CADTH Virtual Symposium

The 2021 CADTH Symposium will be held online on November 2, 3, and 4. The theme is Uncertain Times, Imperfect Evidence, and the Imperative to Act.  Take this opportunity to connect with Canadian and international experts for three days of education, information sharing, and networking on the objective assessment and evaluation of health technologies. For more information, please visit the CADTH Symposium website. Questions may be

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