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Valeurs, self-care et compassion pour soi dans un monde stressé - 26 et 27 janvier 2018
Hematologists Summit 2018 - July 12-13

Greetings from the Hematologists Summit 2018

After the effective wander of Hematology Gatherings in various parts of the world, Conference Series Ltd is overpowered to report the Hematologists Global Summit 2018 will be held during July 12-13, 2018, Sydney, Australia. . And this conference is going to be arranged around the theme “An advanced approach to blue pencil the risks in hematological disorders”. This includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations, and Exhibitions. it also Invites immunologists, pathologists, hematologists, oncologists, inquires about researchers, modern experts and understudy delegates from biomedical and human services areas to be a piece of it.

Why to attend???
To look at moves in clinical and translational hematologic research, to review the bit of new precise techniques and accommodating strategies as related to the care of association of cases identified with blood conditions. Talk about new patient administration and care systems with leading personnel in the field. Conferences share loads of information to Universities, companies. It is beneficial to medical students and researchers Furthermore for professors and science laboratory technicians. Conferences additionally benefit and share information between scientists, doctors, and delegates. One company networks with a different company and that they share information with each other regarding their product at the conference. The companies return to attend conferences and show their exhibit before of eminent members and delegates present at the Conference.

Conference Highlights
• Hematology and hematologists
• Blood and blood disorders
• Diagnosis, treatment and management of hematology
• Bone marrow transplantation
• Blood transfusion
• Storage, processing and distribution of blood
• Advanced treatment and research in hematology
• Hematology oncology
• Pediatric hematology
• Hematology nursing
• Hematology Pharma industry
• Hematology veterinary
• Stem cells and disorders
• Bizarre blood diseases
• Entrepreneurs investment meet

Importance and Scope
Hematologists Global Summit 2018 relied upon to offer the best stage for the ability, specialists, understudies and business delegates with its efficient logical program covering each moment insight about hematology and blood sicknesses, from the fundamental causes behind blood ailments to the most recent patterns in indicative and treatment of blood illnesses. This global occasion is a push to discover a weapon against incessant clutters like blood growth, Sickle cell paleness, hemophilia, lymphoma and myeloma and to examine the part of Immunoglobulin in blood, counter acting agent and antigen responses, the red platelet and the immunological properties of blood which gives a superior knowledge about the related causes and infection portfolio.

Target crowd
• Hematologists
• Oncologists
• Hematopathologists
• Scientists
• Young Researchers
• Medical Students
• Physicians/Consultants/ General Practitioners
• Nurses
• Concerned learners
• Directors/Managers
• Pathologists
• Presidents, Vice Presidents, Directors & Administrators
• Business Entrepreneurs
• Hematology Pharma Companies
• Medical Devices Companies
• Hematology Associations/ Societies

links
https://hematology.conferenceseries.com/asiapacific/

The Centre for MindBody Health is excited to invite you to: Acceptance & Change in Psychotherapy: Working with Emotion

We are very excited with the strong response to our annual workshop and happy to extend our early bird registration rate to October 31st.  It is our privilege to present Drs. Leslie Greenberg and Kelly Koerner for the Centre for MindBody Health’s annual training. We invite you to join a strong and supportive clinical community and to learn with these master therapists.  Also available is a group discount of 10% for five or more participants applying together.  CCPA Continuing Education credits pending.

Join a strong evidence-based clinical community and enjoy a presentation by two master therapists, Dr. Leslie Greenberg and Dr. Kelly Koerner. They will share their thoughts and approaches to “Acceptance and Change in Working with Emotions in Psychotherapy.”  Demonstrations in videos, modelling role-plays and practical applications will incorporate the concepts and therapeutic skills for your own clinical work with clients.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Date: Friday and Saturday, December 1 and 2, 2017
Time: Registration and Breakfast 8:30a; Workshop 9:00a – 4.30p 

Where: YMCA, 20 Grosvenor Street, Toronto

To learn more about the workshop: Click Here

In 2015 we launched our annual gathering of psychotherapists and hosted a workshop at U of T’s Hart House, “Working with Emotions in Psychotherapy”. We returned to Hart House last year with, “Working with Shame in Psychotherapy”. Both workshops were thought-provoking and challenged our thinking and practices with our clients. They were also sold out.

This third annual workshop maintains the high quality we aim for in our trainings. We’ve secured two extraordinary clinical and research practitioners as our presenters.  We have also moved to a larger venue while maintaining the very important networking, community connections and delicious snacks and lunch you’ve come to expect from CMBH’s annual training workshop.

We invite you to join our community of clinical and research practitioners and attend this very special workshop with Drs. Greenberg and Koerner.

Cambodia's 1st Creative Arts Therapy & Wellbeing Conference - January 16-18, 2018
CFHS Canadian Link Conference, December 4-6 in Ottawa!

What is the CFHS Canadian Link Conference?

#LINK2017 is an innovative new conference that will examine the link between violence against people and animals, looking at the vulnerabilities in both populations and how they connect. If you aren’t familiar with the violence link, it’s the proven link between violence against animals and people. This can manifest in many ways, including a pet being harmed or killed after a woman leaves an abusive relationship or a serial killer practicing abuse on animals before moving on to human beings. Over the last decade, this pattern has come to be known as the violence link.

This event will bring together key Canadian sectors that work to prevent and address violence against people or animals for cross-sector training on how to stop the cycles of abuse. This is the first national conference of its kind in Canada, and it promises to kick-start much-needed action on violence.

Join us for the CFHS Canadian Link Conference, December 4-6 in Ottawa! Learn more here: http://clc.cfhs.ca/

What will I learn?

  • Skills to examine the correlation between human vulnerability and animal vulnerability
  • The opportunity to create new networks and relationships that will enhance your work toward ending violence
  • The opportunity to found a national coalition to work on the violence link via cross-sectoral collaboration
  • An understanding of the roots of animal abuse and its connection to interpersonal and societal violence
  • An ability to identify the indicators of animal abuse and the steps to investigation and prosecution of these crimes
  • An ability to identify the indicators of interpersonal violence and the steps to responding
  • The opportunity to explore community-level partnerships involving social service providers, prosecutors, animal welfare organizations, the courts and law enforcement agencies, veterinarians and municipal/provincial/federal governments

Who is the conference for?

This conference is for social workers, mental health workers, animal cruelty enforcement personnel, veterinarians, police officers, first responders, animal welfare advocates, policy experts, anti-violence advocates, judges, politicians, bureaucrats and Crown prosecutors. More than 200 professionals from across Canada will attend to focus on how our sectors can work together to improve Canada’s response to violence. When we pool together this expertise, it’s sure to lead to powerful insights and more effective strategies to prevent and address violence against people and animals.

Who is speaking at the conference?

Our prestigious speakers include:

  • Frank Ascione: an internationally-renowned researcher and author on the development of antisocial and prosocial behavior in children and Scholar-in Residence at the Graduate School of Social Work of the University of Denver. He is presenting on The Roots of Animal Abuse and Neglect and the Connections to Interpersonal and Societal Violence.
  • Tracy Porteous: the Executive Director of the Ending Violence Association of BC and a three-time Governor General of Canada medal recipient for her work to prevent and end violence. She is presenting on Understanding Lethal Risks Associated with Domestic Violence Toward Keeping Women, Families and Pets Safer.
  • Peter Collins: a forensic psychiatrist who works with the OPP, the FBI, the RCMP, the Toronto Police Service and the Calgary Police Service, among other organizations, who will be speaking about Animal Abuse in the Criminal Mind.
  • Margaret Doyle, DVM: a forensic expert on animal abuse and neglect who has worked on hundreds of animal cruelty cases, from crime scene analysis and necropsies to providing expert witness testimony at trial. She will be speaking on The Veterinarian’s Role in Preventing Violence.
  • Marcie Moriarty: Chief Prevention and Enforcement Officer of the BC SPCA, thought leader on animal cruelty enforcement and prosecution, and a key advisor for Canada’s National Centre for the Prosecution of Animal Cruelty. She is co-presenting on Investigation and Prosecution of Animal Abuse and Neglect.
  • Alex Janse: Animal Cruelty Resource Counsel for British Columbia with the BC Ministry of Justice, thought leader on animal cruelty prosecution, and a key advisor for Canada’s National Centre for the Prosecution of Animal Cruelty. She is co-presenting on Investigation and Prosecution of Animal Abuse and Neglect.
  • Rebecca Ledger: an animal behaviour and welfare scientist who has been doing ground-breaking work as an expert witness in the prosecution of psychological and emotional suffering in cases involving cruelty and neglect. She is presenting on Determining Psychological Suffering in Cases of Animal Cruelty.

Early bird pricing has been extended to October 20 for the CFHS Canadian Link Conference, so you still have time to register at the lowest available prices! #LINK2017 is a ground-breaking new professional development opportunity that you do not want to miss. Recognized thought leaders from some of Canada’s most influential sectors will teach you how to better prevent and address violence. CFHS is also offering great deals on travel to help you keep costs low!

Learn more at http://clc.cfhs.ca/.

 

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#LINK2017 is the first national conference of its kind in Canada and will examine the link between violence against humans and animals, looking at the vulnerabilities of both populations and how key sectors can learn from each other and gather tools to address and prevent cycles of violence. http://clc.cfhs.ca/

This innovative, new conference will highlight the latest research and practices to advance Canada’s response to the link between violence against humans and animals. Please share to help spread the word! http://clc.cfhs.ca/

Dr. Ascione is an internationally-renowned researcher and author and has published numerous articles on the development of antisocial and prosocial behavior in children, and he is one of the distinguished speakers at #LINK2017. Come learn about the roots of animal abuse and how #animalcruelty connects with interpersonal violence. http://clc.cfhs.ca/plenary_the_roots_of_animal_abuse_and_connections_to_interpersonal_and_societal_violence

Effective risk identification can substantially increase safety for women and their families, including their pets. Register for #LINK2017 and attend this enlightening session with Tracy Porteous of the Ending Violence Association of BC. http://clc.cfhs.ca/understanding_lethal_risks_associated_with_domestic_violence

Gain insights on the link between violence against people and animals with this plenary featuring Dr. Michelle Lem, Founder and Director of Community Veterinary Outreach, and Dr. Amy Fitzgerald, Associate Professor of Criminology at the University of Windsor! http://clc.cfhs.ca/plenary_beyond_the_violence_link

 

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#LINK2017 gathers experts in law, behaviour, violence, enforcement & social services to address human/animal abuse. http://clc.cfhs.ca/

Create new networks that will help you address and prevent violence through cross-sector collaboration. Join @CFHS! http://clc.cfhs.ca/

200+ people from across Canada will attend #LINK2017 to better address violence against people and animals. http://clc.cfhs.ca/

Gain insights on the link between violence against people and animals w/ Dr. Michelle Lem and Dr. Amy Fitzgerald. http://clc.cfhs.ca/plenary_beyond_the_violence_link

This special ceremony at #LINK2017 will mark The National Day of Remembrance and Action on #VAW on Dec 6. http://clc.cfhs.ca/ceremony_national_day_of_remembrance_and_action_on_violence_against_women

Learn about the roots of animal abuse and how it connects with interpersonal violence with Dr. Ascione at #LINK2017! http://clc.cfhs.ca/plenary_the_roots_of_animal_abuse_and_connections_to_interpersonal_and_societal_violence

Learn from police, psychiatrists and Crown prosecutors about how you can save lives by reporting animal abuse. http://clc.cfhs.ca/

Effective risk ID can increase safety for women and their families, including their pets. Learn more at #LINK2017! http://clc.cfhs.ca/understanding_lethal_risks_associated_with_domestic_violence

Key sectors will learn from each other at this innovative conference, gathering tools to address/prevent violence: http://clc.cfhs.ca

Toronto Rehab’s 2018 Traumatic Brain Injury Conference Feb 2nd 2018

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS NOW OPEN!  REGISTRATION OPENS FALL 2017

EVENT:          Toronto Rehab’s 2018 Traumatic Brain Injury Conference

DATE:             February 2, 2018

LOCATION:   Beanfield Centre, 100 Princes’ Blvd, Toronto, Ontario M6K 3C3

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Phone: 416-597-3422 ext. 3448
Email: [email protected]

Website: https://ers.snapuptickets.com/UHN/TBI2018/

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Canadian Domestic Violence Conference 5 March 20-23, 2018 Halifax, Nova Scotia
Take advantage of early-bird registration savings now!

The Canadian Domestic Violence Conference 5 is a national showcase of ground-breaking grassroots initiatives that address intimate partner violence. 

The ultimate goal of this progressive and formative conference is to strengthen and enrich those individuals who confront domestic violence and to challenge the current social determinants of domestic violence.

We’re excited to announce a terrific conference program that will include the following:

  • Opening plenary with Dr. Holly Johnson from the University of Ottawa
  • A screening of the documentary film, A Better Man, followed by a discussion featuring the film’s co-director, Attiya Khan.
  • A keynote presentation by Dr. Dawn Memee Lavell-Harvard, director of the First Peoples House of Learning at Trent University
  • A closing plenary panel discussion (featuring Dr.  Leslie Tutty, Dr. Katreena Scott, Dr. Verona Singer & Dr. Diane Crocker)focused on the official launch of a new book, Innovations in Interventions with Intimate Partner Violence: Research and Practice
  • Three pre-conference workshops to choose from on March 20 & 21

And finally, thirty-six concurrent workshops to enhance your learning and professional development. 

Join us in Halifax, Nova Scotia – March 20-23, 2018: https://canadiandomesticviolenceconference.org/

2017 CFHS Canadian Link Conference - Dec 4th, 2017

For more information, CLICK HERE.

UBC Early Years Conference 2018 - Call for Abstracts Reminder

The Early Years Conference 2018

January 25-27, 2018
Vancouver, BC, Canada 

The 2018 conference will continue to lead the field of professional development in early childhood development. Topics will include considerations and practices in work with young children and their families, as we adapt to our rapidly changing society.

2018 Brochure: http://interprofessional.ubc.ca/files/2017/10/EY2018_Brochure.pdf

Registration: http://interprofessional.ubc.ca/initiatives/earlyyears2018/registration/

Visit the website at http://interprofessional.ubc.ca/initiatives/earlyyears2018 or email [email protected].

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The 5th Health and Wellbeing in Children, Youth and Adults and Developmental Disabilities Conference: Moving from Diagnosis to Practical Strategies

The 5th Health and Wellbeing in Children, Youth and Adults and Developmental Disabilities Conference: Moving from Diagnosis to Practical Strategies

November 16-18

The Coast Plaza Hotel and Suites

The term Developmental Disabilities (DD) refers to individuals with Intellectual Disability, Autism Spectrum, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum and related genetic syndromes such as Down and Fragile X Syndrome. Children, youth and adults with DD are vulnerable to high rates of general health and mental health concerns. This interactive 2016 conference will focus on practical strategies to optimize their potential. Our goal is to help clinicians and caregivers learn effective ways to work with individuals with DD, and their families, to improve their quality of life experience

 

Call for abstracts:

http://www.interprofessional.ubc.ca/HealthandWellbeing2016/AdvanceNotice_CallforAbstracts.pdf

Abstract submissions:

https://ubc.eventsair.com/PresentationPortal/Account/Login?ReturnUrl=%2FPresentationPortal%2Fhw2015%2Fpresentation

The Early Years Conference 2018

January 25-27, 2018
Vancouver, BC, Canada

The 2018 conference will continue to lead the field of professional development in early childhood development. Topics will include considerations and practices in work with young children and their families, as we adapt to our rapidly changing society.

View the advance notice and call for abstracts

Share your knowledge! Call for abstracts is open until May 31, 2017. 

Visit the website at http://interprofessional.ubc.ca/initiatives/earlyyears2018
or email [email protected] to get on an enquiry list for updates

International Conference on Internal Medicine - Osaka, Japan - May 21-22, 2018

https://annualmeeting.conferenceseries.com/internalmedicine/

International Conference on Internal Medicine will be held in Osaka, Japan between May 21-22, 2018, focusing on the theme “Revealing Advancements in Internal Medicine and Health Care”. This conference could be an excellent platform that brings along novel and worldwide blend of monster and medium Internists, driving colleges and Institutions making the gathering a perfect stage to share mastery, encourage coordinated efforts over the world and reveal advancements in Internal Medicines