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Save the dates! Annual meeting, SPiN course, Congress take place in Calgary in September

Three great reasons to go to Calgary this fall: 

  • The SPiN (Stroke Program in Neurorecovery) course for trainees on Sept.  6 and 7
  • CPSR Annual Scientific Meeting and Advances in Stroke Recovery on Sept. 8
  • Canadian Stroke Congress from Sept. 9 to 11

The CPSR is planning a content-filled day on Sept. 8 at Calgary’s historic Fairmont Palliser Hotel for the Annual Scientific Meeting (open to all researchers at CPSR partner institutions and trainees) and our annual Advances in Stroke Recovery meeting.

Topics include:

  • biomarkers for stroke, 
  • new technologies, 
  • upcoming clinical trials, and 
  • community-based exercise.

Further details and registration information will be provided soon but, in the meantime, please block off Sept. 8 on your calendar. There is no registration fee for the Sept. 8 meetings.

The popular Stroke Program in Neurorecovery (SPIN) course will be held at the University of Calgary/Hotchkiss Brain Institute and Alberta Children’s Hospital on Sept. 6 and 7. Further details to follow from the National Trainee Association.

And, registration has now opened for the Canadian Stroke Congress from Sept. 9 to 11. You can register here:

Book accommodations here:

View the preliminary program here:

See you all in Calgary. 

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