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Can Respir J. 2010 Jan-Feb; 17(1): 11–12.
PMCID: PMC2866211

Canadian Respiratory Conference

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!

The Canadian Thoracic Society (CTS), Canadian Respiratory Health Professionals, Canadian COPD Alliance and The Lung Association, in collaboration with the Lung Association of Nova Scotia, invite you to attend the 2010 Canadian Respiratory Conference.

CANADIAN RESPIRATORY CONFERENCE 2010

April 29 to May 1, 2010

World Trade and Convention Centre

Halifax, Nova Scotia

Don’t miss the early bird deadline of March 5, 2010!

Register now at www.lung.ca/crc

Highlights of the conference include the following outstanding plenary sessions:

  • Air Quality and Health: What’s the Evidence? – Dr Michael Brauer
  • Counseling Respiratory Patients about Air Pollution – Dr Alan Abelsohn
  • Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia: What Will the Successes Be Like as Adults? – Dr Allan Coates
  • Long-Term Outcomes of Subjects Suffering from Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia Following a Premature Birth – Dr Jennifer Landry
  • Delivering COPD Care – The UK Experience – Professor Peter Calverley
  • Ongoing Challenges in the Management of Community-Acquired Pneumonia – Dr Antonio Anzueto
  • Plenary Panel: The Future of Canadian Respiratory Research
  • Drs Denis O’Donnell, James Martin and Peter Liu, and Ms Heather Borquez

Consult the full preliminary program at www.lung.ca/crc.

MEMBERSHIP

Have you joined the CTS or renewed your membership for the 2010/2011 year?

If not, please visit www.lung.ca/cts, send an e-mail to Lise Dingwell at ac.gnul@ofnistc or call 613-569-6411 ext 270.

Note the many advantages of membership in the CTS:

  • access to research funding;
  • reduced registration fees for the annual ACCP CHEST Conference and the annual Canadian Respiratory Conference;
  • 15% reduced membership fees for the European Respiratory Society;
  • collaboration with a national network of respiratory physicians and researchers promoting lung health across Canada;
  • CTS social events at the ACCP and American Thoracic Society conferences;
  • online access to the Canadian Respiratory Journal;
  • educational and practice resources (patient and practice tools, Web site, guidelines, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease slides);
  • participation and leadership opportunities in CTS committees, guideline development and research activities; and
  • e-bulletin

To join or renew your membership, please visit <www.lung.ca/cts>.

MOVING OR CHANGING YOUR E-MAIL ADDRESS? PLEASE LET US KNOW – CONTACT

Canadian Thoracic Society

1750 Courtwood Crescent, Suite 300

Ottawa, Ontario K2C 2B5

Telephone: 613-569-6411 ext 270

Fax: 613-569-8860

E-mail: ac.gnul@ofnistc


Articles from Canadian Respiratory Journal are provided here courtesy of Hindawi Publishing Corporation