Call for Education | 2023 CNSF Congress

JUNE 6 - 9, Tuesday to friday | 2023 cnsf congress

Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel in Banff, Alberta

The 2023 CNSF Congress will be held in-person, Tuesday to Friday, June 6 - 9 in the beautiful Canadian Rockies of Banff, Alberta. The Scientific Program Committee has commenced planning and is asking CNSF members for their input and support in the development of the 2023 Program.

If you would like to propose a course / session to be held during our Congress, please submit your suggestions by completing the ‘Course Outline’ below. We welcome all suggestions even if your course plan and speakers are not yet fully formed. Complete as many fields as you can at this time.

Most courses are 2.5 hours long and we encourage a variety of formats including case discussions and workshops. Should you adopt the traditional format, we recommend 2-4 speakers per session.

With your submission, please pay particular attention to selecting your target audience, but note that we also encourage courses with interdisciplinary content that would appeal to all of our members (trainees, staff, child and adult neurologists, neurosurgeons, neurophysiologists, and neuroradiologists).

Additionally, if you know a colleague who is interested in proposing a course for our Congress, please forward this invitation to them.

We hope you will consider this request and submit your proposal by September 9, 2022

Should you have any questions or require additional information don't hesitate to contact us at the email addresses below.

Thank-you.

Scientific Program Committee (SPC)

Chair, Joe Megyesi: joseph.megyesi@lhsc.on.ca

Vice-Chair, Gerald Pfeffer: gerald.pfeffer@ucalgary.ca

 

Information required to plan a course/session, including CNSF Congress Policies refer to:

https://www.cnsf.org/congress/information/for-chairs-speakers/

To ensure the CPD event is in compliance with Royal College Standards refer to:

https://www.royalcollege.ca/rcsite/cpd/accreditation/cpd-activity-toolkit-e