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March 2020

What’s Next Canada 2020: Aging + Brain Health Innovation

March 8 - March 11
Toronto, ON

The second annual What’s Next Canada, hosted by the Baycrest-led Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation and co-produced by Mary Furlong & Associates, is the industry’s premier event for networking, collaboration and learning opportunities. The conference takes a deep dive into the innovations, industry, and lived experience of the aging and brain health space. We bring together a unique blend of thought leaders, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, healthcare providers, and companies from around the world in discussions and demonstrations of groundbreaking…

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April 2020

Canadian Healthcare Navigation Conference

April 30 - May 1
Toronto, ON

Navigation services have emerged in almost every province and territory across Canada to support individuals and families by helping them find their way through health, education, and social systems. We recognize the timeliness and importance of navigation services and want to create an opportunity to connect stakeholders in an interdisciplinary setting for information-sharing and networking, with the aim to advance the field of patient navigation across Canada. This conference will be hosted in partnership between NaviCare/SoinsNavi at the University of New Brunswick in…

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May 2020

A Conference on Aging

May 5
Ottawa, ON

As we age there are many surprises that come unexpectantly. These may include finances, health, living and loving. Capturing the opportunity in A Conference on Aging requires a thirst for knowledge and connectivity: two concepts very relevant in our technology driven world. In support of a deeper understanding of aging: A Conference on Aging offers a number of world class speakers discussing these and other important personal issues. It is absolutely essential to attend this conference for anyone over the…

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ARC-NL2020: Building the Arc

May 7 - May 8
Corner Brook, NL

This two-day conference, organized in conjunction with SeniorsNL, aims to continue to build a critical mass of researchers and community members committed to growing aging research in the province. In keeping with our mandate of promoting knowledge translation and ensuring the research is relevant and accessible to seniors in NL, we are inviting researchers to present their research on aging to an audience comprised of academics and members of the public with an interest in aging.

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International Conference on Aging Innovation and Rehabilitation

May 25
Toronto, ON

The International Conference on Aging, Innovation and Rehabilitation (ICAIR) is an important cross-disciplinary event that brings together the leading researchers, scientists and entrepreneurs currently working to improve the lives of people around the world who live each day with the impacts of illness, disability and aging. ICAIR is a unique conference destination designed to help researchers, academics, students, entrepreneurs and other innovators share research and academic success stories, build and foster relationships across disciplines, and encourage cross-pollinations of communication, research…

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2020 CAHSPR Conference

May 26 - May 29
Saskatoon, SK

The 2020 CAHSPR Conference will highlight the importance of advancing health equity if our health care systems are to achieve the full quadruple aim, and not simply the goal of cost containment.  We will explore a multitude of ideas including exploring the challenges of advancing health equity, and how can they be removed. The 2020 conference will be hosted in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on May 26-29, 2020 at the beautiful TCU Place Convention Centre.

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June 2020

2020 Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum

June 8 - June 9

The welcoming theme honours the history of Pier 21 and new talent, skills, and perspectives recognizes the growing diversity of knowledge mobilization scholars, students, and practitioners.  From the beginning of the knowledge mobilization conversation, people have been considered more important than things.  Tools are important but talent, skills, and perspectives is what makes a plan go from paper to influencing systems to improve. The theme for 2020 focuses on how to continue our journey. We invite participation that will push…

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