Key DatesFebruary 13, 2012
Abstract submission opens
March 12, 2012
Preliminary program available online
April 16, 2012
Abstract submission closes
June 1, 2012
Registration and accommodation opens
June 15, 2012
Late breaking and featured clinical trials submission opens
July 15, 2012
Late breaking and featured clinical trials submission deadline
August 3, 2012
Early bird registration closes
September 24, 2012
Online registration closes
Take advantage of discounted early-bird rates!
Register now for the 2012 Canadian Stroke Congress.
All Congress participants must register online prior to September 24, 2012. After this date, registrations will only be accepted on-site at Calgary’s Telus Convention Centre.
Before August 3, 2012
August 4, 2012 onwards
Delegate (includes full access to all pre-Congress courses*) $450 $595 Trainee** (includes full access to all pre-Congress courses) $275 $375 Pre-Congress Courses Only (course access only) $275 $275 Exhibitor (exhibit hall access only) $50 $50
All fees are in CAD Dollars – 5% GST applies. Registration is NON-REFUNDABLE. Attendee substitution is permitted at an administrative charge of $60 CAD (+GST).
*Pre-Congress courses are being held from 1:00 pm Saturday, September 29 through to 3:00 p.m. Sunday, September 30. Three streams of courses will run concurrently and participants may select sessions of interest from any stream. The three concurrent course streams are as follow:
The National Stroke Course is designed for general practitioners, emergency physicians, internists, and other clinicians who wish to further their understanding of stroke prevention, treatment and rehabilitation. At the end of this course, participants will understand how to integrate evidence-based clinical practices and protocols into their daily practice.
The Stroke Rehabilitation Course is designed for rehabilitation specialists who wish to understand new research developments in rehabilitation and how these may be effectively applied in clinical practice through interactive, case-based examples and workshops.
The National Stroke Nursing Course is designed for nurses working in aspects of stroke prevention, care, and rehabilitation. The emphasis will be on the practical application of best practices.
**To qualify for the trainee Congress registration fee, applicants must submit a letter from their department administration office or Divisional Head as proof of full-time enrollment in an academic educational program or specialty-training program. All supporting documentation must be sent to the Canadian Stroke Congress Secretariat Attn: Laurie Cameron by email to: [email protected] or fax to: 1 613 521 9215.
How to Register
Prior to registering, please take a moment to review the Preliminary Program for session details. As you register, you will be asked to indicate which sessions you intend on attending for space planning purposes. If you have any questions regarding registration, please contact the Canadian Stroke Congress Secretariat Attn: Laurie Cameron at: [email protected]