Find out what health care and life sciences sector events are taking place across the country.

16/08/2022The Nest, UBC Campus, Vancouver, Canada
The Network: Towards Unity for Health (TUFH)

Tuesday, August 16 - Friday, August 19, 2022

The Network: Towards Unity for Health (TUFH), Rural Coordination Centre of BC, and BC Patient Safety and Quality Council welcome you to the 39th global TUFH conference.

We anticipate that TUFH 2022 will be an in-person conference, where we will be pleased to see you again face-to-face. We strongly recommend attending TUFH 2022 in person, but for those unable to travel, we will provide the opportunity for virtual participation.

Tickets for both the in-person and virtual TUFH 2022 can be purchased here. Don't forget to purchase your ticket for the Pre-Conference Day!

Theme: Moving Forward Together: Unity for Health for All

Subthemes:

  • Building Better Together
  • Harmony for a Healthy World
  • Social Responsibility: Healthcare Conducted Where People and Place Matter
  • Learning with Indigenous Peoples Towards Advancing Equity & Wellbeing

The tickets vary, depending on your country's income according to the world bank. TUFH members get discounted tickets, members can register here.

REGISTRATION CLOSES JULY 17, 2022

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23/08/2022Virtual Event
Talking to Children about Mental Health – Webinar

Tuesday, April 23, 2022

Children are curious about their environment and the people around them. How do we answer their questions about mental health? Learn how to help children understand what mental illness is and is not and how to answer their questions in this one-hour seminar with a licensed therapist.

Fine print: Certificates of attendance are provided at no cost. CEUs are not provided. Everyone who registers will receive the webinar recording & resource info 24 hours after the live event.

About the instructor: Jaymi Dormaier is a Licensed Master Social Worker with ten years of experience in the mental health field. In Jaymi's career as a social worker and therapist she has worked with diverse populations focusing on anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, foster care, adoption, homelessness, and addiction. She is passionate about helping others live a life they love.

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24/08/2022Toronto Ontario
3rd International Conference on Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy

Wednesday, August 24 2022

BIOMEDICINE 2022 How would you like to learn from industry leaders at a conference by the nation’s leading Dental professional organization? The largest group for 3rd International Conference on Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy more than 300 professional and student attendees.

Its annual Biomedicine 2022 is your opportunity to develop your skills, share ideas, learn fresh ways to grow yourself and your research, all while immersing yourself in a fostered community of professionals and resources that can enhance career knowledge.

Attend for sessions, keynotes and networking, and keep coming back for the killer opportunity to connect with leading Biomedicine Researchers, Doctors, Vendors and Company Managers.

Attendees Can:

  • Take advantage of opportunities to learn insights about 3rd International Conference on Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy Congress from a variety of oral and poster presentations.
  • Meet and network with Biomedicine ranging from students to deans, faculty, and researchers.
  • Take advantage of opportunities to collaborate with Biomedicine and Pharmacotherapy experts from around the world.
  • Attend prominent plenary sessions about relevant issues of Biomedicine and Pharmacotherapy and the recent techniques adapted in Biomedicine

All submitted conference papers will be peer reviewed by competent reviewers. The post conference proceedings will be abstracted and indexed in Biomedicine and Pharmacotherapy with DOI.

Conference Date: August 24-25, 2022 Toronto, Canada

Abstract Submission Deadline: August 22, 2022

Early Bird Registration End: October 30, 2022

Abstract Submission / Registration: General Queries: biomedicine[@]meetingsemail.com

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31/08/2022Virtual Event
Mental Health & Mental Illness: What’s the Difference? – Webinar

Wednesday, August 31, 2022

This one-hour seminar provides an accessible guide to understanding what mental health is, the categories of mental illness, and how they’re treated. Separate myths & facts and learn strategies to combat stigma and help others with a licensed therapist.

Fine print: Certificates of attendance are provided at no cost. CEUs are not provided. Everyone who registers will receive the webinar recording & resource info 24 hours after the live event.

About the instructor: Jaymi Dormaier is a Licensed Master Social Worker with ten years of experience in the mental health field. In Jaymi's career as a social worker and therapist she has worked with diverse populations focusing on anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, foster care, adoption, homelessness, and addiction. She is passionate about helping others live a life they love.

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14/09/2022Virtual Event
Webinar Wednesday – Using Real-Time Data to Resolve Patient Flow Bottlenecks Across Multiple Sites at the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority

Wednesday, September 14, 2022

Health systems focused on integrating care are faced with a unique dilemma; how do you make effective patient flow decisions when a wealth of data is scattered across multiple hospitals & siloed software systems? The WRHA compiled data from various disparate systems into Oculys – a single operational visibility platform.

The WRHA has taken the necessary steps to improve communication and transparency between hospitals and programs across the health region.

For care teams, the enhanced transparency empowers decision-makers and care providers with real-time visibility that is available anytime and anywhere – including on mobile devices. Staff are able to use this real-time data to identify bottlenecks across multiple sites and programs throughout an entire region and develop effective solutions more efficiently.

For patients, Oculys means an improved experience by significantly expediting their journey through the healthcare system and managing expectations through accurate and predictive ED wait times.

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17/09/2022Toronto Ontario
Understanding Black Mental Health & Networking

Saturday, September 17, 2022

About this event There is an urgency for affordable and culturally sensitive mental health services for Black people across Canada.

Our Black mental health discussion takes a holistic health approach and provides a space for healthcare providers, business owners and community workers to discuss some of the social-health and economic disparities that Black people across Canada experience and design solutions to combat these issues.

Check out our table booth to get connected with Black therapists as well as employers, community organizations and healthcare providers.

For entrepreneurs and small business owners connect with event sponsors to learn about the services they offer and how they can help you expand your business.

Our conference will discuss the following

Climate change and its impact on Black Mental Health focusing on health and job security

Understanding Competing Priorities and the impact on Mental health

Housing Rights and Advocacy and impacts on Black Mental Health

Experiences of Black Caregivers

Addressing Unemployment and Black Mental Health: How prepared are our Black youth and communities for the changing Canadian workforce.

Finance literacy for priority neighborhoods.

Have any questions send us an email us at: eventsloyanfoundation@gmail.com

We hope to see you there

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17/09/2022Toronto Ontario
Healthcare Job Fair – Toronto, September 2022

Saturday, September 17, 2022

The Healthcare Job Fair is Canada’s premier recruitment event for medical, nursing, allied health and support work employment opportunities both at home and abroad. As the only event of its kind in Eastern Canada covering the major cities of Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal, this job fair brings together an unrivalled pool of highly skilled professionals as well as the industry’s leading employers. The global pandemic hasn’t stopped healthcare staff from changing jobs, if anything it has accelerated the process and the return of our job fairs are expected to be busier than ever. Admission is free for jobseekers and while the current public health measures will be in place to protect the health and well-being of visitors, exhibitors and staff, we look forward to welcoming everyone back. Make sure you’re part of our next Healthcare Job Fair, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Toronto, Saturday, 17th September 2022 from 10am to 3pm.

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01/10/2022Victoria, British Columbia
“Evolving with Confidence” AGM & Educational Conference

Saturday, October 1, 2022

The Federation of Medical Women of Canada’s Annual General Meeting and Educational Assembly is the annual event where we welcome physicians at all stages of their careers, as well as medical students and residents, and provide opportunities to enhance their clinical expertise with practical tools, to grow their networks, and to celebrate physician leadership.

The theme of this year’s conference is Evolving with Confidence and the educational sessions will provide the latest information on women’s health and well-being so participants can create a better future of health. Participants will be provided with knowledge and skills to make positive change, both within themselves and for their patients. This year’s conference will explore issues of social justice, equity, diversity and inclusion; medicine and the environment; and global health. It will feature engaging talks from daring and inspirational leaders from across Canada and abroad.

Speakers include: Drs. , Modupe Tunde Byass, Shannon Waters, Vivien Brown, Danielle MacNeil and many, many more.

The Federation of Medical Women of Canada (FMWC) recognizes that we must understand where we have come from and move forward in advocacy and leadership, learning from past experiences and present issues. As we celebrate our 98th year, our goal is to empower each delegate to understand the unique role and influence women physicians have in healthcare, to collaborate and to inspire, to find partnerships, and to build a better future for all.

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03/11/2022Virtual Event
The Hospital of the Future Virtual Briefing

Thursday, November 3, 2022

The hospital of the future is more than just a building with beds, offices and labs. Instead, hospitals will become technology-driven hubs for comprehensive care. Modern Healthcare’s Hospital of the Future Virtual Briefing convenes leading healthcare executives to discuss how providers are advancing their workforces, processes and technologies for the next generation of care. We’ll explore major changes that are taking place as patient conditions become more complex and care increasingly shifts to home and community settings.

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