CBJC 2020

 REGISTRATION SITE IS NOW LIVE
Trainee Registration also includes the
2020 Canadian Bone & Joint Young Investigators Forum

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2020 Confirmed Speakers 

Hot Topic Keynote Speaker

Mr. André Picard 
Health Columnist , Globe & Mail 


Session Speakers:

Dr.Tom Appleton - Western Univ.
Ms. Melanie-Anne Atkins - Western Univ.
Dr. Cheryl Barnabe - Univ. of Calgary
Dr. Brenna Bath - Univ. of Saskatchewan
Dr. Gilles Boire - Univ. of Sherbrooke
Major (ret) John Coderre - Patient Advocate
Ms. Mariam Hayward - Western Univ.
Dr. David Hunter - Univ. of Syndey (Australia)
Mr. Douglas Keddy - Western Univ.
Dr. Jeff Lotz - Univ. of California, San Francisco
Dr. Stacey Lovo - 
Univ. of Saskatchewan
Dr. Bassam Masri
 - Univ. of British Columbia
Dr. Glen Richardson
 - Dalhousie Univ
Ms. Sarah Schwartz
 - Patient Advocate
Mr. Ben Velazquez, - NY NY
Ms.Courtney Waugh - Western Univ.

The Bone & Joint Institute at Western University, in partnership with the Canadian Network for Mobility Research (CaNMoR) and the Canadian MSK Rehab Research Network, welcomes researchers and knowledge users from across the country and beyond to the 4th Biennial Canadian Bone and Joint Conference (CBJC) June 12th & 13th 2020.

The conference will be preceded on June 11th by the Canadian Bone and Joint Young Investigator’s Forum (CBJY) which includes trainee focused workshops organized by trainees for trainees

Given the current health concerns we are facing, the 2020 CBJC will be hosted virtually on the Zoom video conferencing platform.

This exciting event will bring together experts spanning multi-disciplinary areas in musculoskeletal (MSK) research in a unique interactive online format to keep our MSK research spirit alive and our community interacting.

Researchers will present new knowledge and brainstorm about future collaborative research to fulfill a vision of Lifelong Mobility for All.

 

With so many conference cancellations, we want to provide an opportunity to everyone, and most importantly, our early career researchers and trainees to share their work. Our exciting program, delivered over 2 afternoons to accommodate time zones includes live streamed Oral Presentations, Pre-recorded Video Open Poster Sessions in both English and French, and Invited Guest Speakers focused on several topic areas including (but not limited to):

  • Social Inequities in Care Delivery, Therapies & Research
  • Phenotyping & Data Registries
  • Infection & Inflammation
  • MSK Rehabilitation
  • MSK Remote & Virtual Innovations
Awards will be presented (sponsorship dependent) to the top presentations and posters.