The Canadian Association for Population Therapeutics is hosting their annual conference virtually for the very first time! The theme this year is “Managing Risk to Improve Health Outcomes: How to Move Population Health Forward in an Era of Uncertainty.”
Here’s your chance to be part of the World Cancer Series: Europe Virtual Week that will take place online on Nov 9th – Nov 13th 2020. This virtual conference will bring more than 1000 senior policymakers, clinicians, industry leaders, academics and patient advocates to drive forward the conversation on improving the provision of cancer care in Europe.
The Alberta Lymphedema Association is so happy to have Lori Radke PT and Elizabeth Girling OT speaking at our lymphedema night. Lori Radke is a physiotherapist who has worked in Alberta for more than 30 years since graduating from the U of A in 1988. Elizabeth Girling is an Occupational Therapist/Certified Lymphedema Therapist who has been the clinical lead for the Calgary Ambulatory Lymphedema Service
(Conference will take place in French, with simultaneous translation available) Our 11th Cancer Conference will be the large annual gathering of all the key stakeholders involved in the fight against cancer in Quebec: patients, survivors, caregivers, community organizations, patient organizations, organizations, oncology health professionals, industry partners, policy makers as well as the media. The event is open to all people affected by cancer everywhere in
PROSTAID Calgary welcomes you to their upcoming general meeting on March 10th where Dr. Shelley Spaner will lead a discussion and be presented the special Pathfinder’s Award for her contributions to men’s health!
Dr. Spaner is a specialist in diagnostic radiology at Mayfair Diagnostics where she is also a partner and has provided medical imaging and specialized radiology services in Calgary, across Southern Alberta, Saskatchewan, the Yukon and the North West Territories. Her discussion will center around her men’s health initiative.
Global Oncology Site Solutions Summit is the best place for sites, sponsors, and CROs to come together to learn, communicate and collaborate in ways that will truly propel cancer research to a new level. The meeting provides tremendous value to attendees through partnerships and relationships between sponsors, CROs, and Sites.