The Canadian Spondylitis Association will be hosting a Spondyloarthritis Information Session tomorrow in Halifax!
You can join in-person in Halifax or on the live stream tomorrow morning from the comfort of your home from anywhere!
If you are attending in person, the event will take place in the BMO Community Room on the second floor of the Halifax Central Library on Spring Garden Road. Registration starts at 9:15 am.
The live stream of the event will start at approximately 9:30 am AST/8:30 am EST/5:30 am PST. To join online, click the following link: http://www.spondylitis.ca/the-latest/live-event/
In case you are unable to access the link above, please try: https://livestream.com/45north/events/8157608
To ensure a smooth live streaming experience, make sure you have a strong internet connection or cellular network if you are participating from your mobile devices. To ask questions during the event, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please ensure your volume is adjusted appropriately to hear the broadcast.
The Michael Smith Foundation of Health Research and Arthritis Research Canada have partnered to co-develop and host a series of monthly expert-led, beginner-level KT training webinars with the goal of developing a sustainable resource for researchers and trainees to learn knowledge and skills that will enable them to develop KT practice in their work.
Topic: Citizen as KT Agent: Keeping the government informed about research
Speaker: Cheryl Koehn, Founder and President of Arthritis Consumer Experts
Date and time: Friday, April 28, 2017 from 12:00 pm-1:00 pm PDT
Register: Please click here to register for this free webinar
The Canadian Institute for the Relief of Pain and Disability (CIRPD) regularly hosts free webinars. The next one, conducted in partnership with Pain BC and the Canadian Pain Coalition, will be on Wednesday, December 9 at 9:30 am PST (12:30 pm EST). The Digital Health Technologies: Improving Outcomes in Paediatric Chronic Pain webinar will look at how the use of digital health technologies has facilitated access to appropriate and timely care. Continue reading