Don’t miss this year’s #CRArthritis event!
We will be airing live in studio and pre-recorded Zoom interviews with Canada’s leading rheumatologists, researchers, patient organizations, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and other allied health care professionals from the 2023 Canadian Rheumatology Association and Arthritis Health Professions Annual Scientific Meeting held in Quebec City.
Interviews will appear on our Facebook and Twitter channels in February and March – audience members can ask interviewees questions by commenting on and/or replying to the interviews on these platforms. If you would like to participate in a #CRArthritis interview, please book your interview at email@example.com or sign-up on site at the Quebec City Convention Centre.
The #CRArthritis interview room and hours are as follows:
- Location: Room 201C
1000, boul. René-Lévesque Est
Québec (Québec), G1R 5T8
- Wednesday, February 8 – 1:30pm-8pm
- Thursday, February 9 – 7am-8pm
- Friday, February 10 – 7am-5pm
Please bookmark this page as we will be sharing interview schedules here as they are confirmed!
Wednesday, February 8, 2023
Dr. Troy Torgerson
Thursday, February 9, 2023
Dr. Michelle Batthish
More about #CRArthritis
For the ninth consecutive year, ACE is excited to host on Arthritis Broadcast Network the #CRArthritis Facebook and Twitter Live event at the annual Canadian Rheumatology Association and Arthritis Health Professions Association Annual Scientific Meeting. #CRArthritis is powered by Arthritis Consumer Experts and supported by representatives from the Arthritis Patient Advisory Board of Arthritis Research Canada.
Arthritis Consumer Experts’ digital platform, Arthritis Broadcast Network, is Canada’s largest patient-led arthritis news outlet, featuring the latest arthritis news and patient education. Arthritis Broadcast Network has the most videos and views on a Canadian YouTube arthritis channel and is one of Feedspot’s 20 Arthritis YouTube Channels to Follow.
All interviews will be published on the ABN YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter pages, using the hashtag #CRArthritis.