CCNA Annual Partners Forum and Science Day 2017, Toronto, ON
1 November - 2 November
Each year, the CCNA hosts its Annual Events, providing researchers and partner organizations with the opportunity to hear the latest findings coming out of the consortium and to build new collaborations to advance the science. Particular focus is paid to how CCNA research ideas will impact policy and the quality and care of services received by Canadians with lived experience of dementia.
The CCNA’s 2017 Annual Events will feature symposiums on priority-setting in dementia research (Drs. Yves Joanette, Kathy McGilton, and Tarun Dua); policy movements following the Senate Report on Dementia (Senator Kelvin Ogilvie); and research highlights from CCNA presenters.
Registration is now closed. If you are interested in attending, please email JeeHee Suh (JeeHee.Suh@ladydavis.ca) at CCNA Central Administration. Thank you.
View photos of the CCNA research community taking part in last year’s Annual Events, in Vancouver BC, October 6-7. View Gallery
Conference Venue and Dates:
Toronto Reference Library – Bram & Bluma Appel Salon
789 Yonge Street (Yonge at Bloor, just north of the subway station)
Toronto ON M4W 2G8
|October 31, 2017||Trainee Preconference – “Effective Communication in a Digital World”|
|November 1, 2017||Partners Forum|
|November 2, 2017||Science Day|
Travel Reimbursement Information (click to learn more)
As per the Tri-Agency Financial Administration Guide, Use of Grant Funds, Travel and Subsistence Costs section (Use of Grant Funds), “Air travel must be claimed at the lowest rate available” (e.g., Tango fare for Air Canada), “not to exceed full economy fare”. We strongly encourage you to book your flight early to ensure availability of the lowest fare. If you book your flight with Air Canada and the Tango fare is no longer be available at that time, please use the following Air Canada discount code 29UT64K1 which will be available for a limited number of travellers. We remind you that business fare is not eligible for reimbursement. Please refer to the CCNA Travel expenses reimbursement policy available on the CCNA website for all details.
Accommodations (click to learn more)
- Attendees are responsible for their own booking and for payment upon checking out.
Rooms have been blocked by the 9th Canadian Conference On Dementia (CCD) for CCD participants at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, 123 Queen’s Street West, and will be available for attendees of the CCNA meetings (regardless of their attendance to the CCD) at a special rate ($229 + taxes and fees for the nights of October 31 and November 1, $199 + taxes and fees for the nights of November 2-4). These rooms will be available on a first come, first served basis, until October 2, 2017. Call or book online, as follows:
- Call 1-888-627-7175
- Please quote 9th CCD Conference or Group ID 9J30AA when booking in order to receive the group rate
- If staying at another location: reimbursement from CCNA (if relevant) will be limited to two (2) nights and CCNA reserves the right to provide partial reimbursement only, if rate significantly exceeds the one offered by the Sheraton.
The Training and Capacity Building Program is excited to announce a half-day preconference session for CCNA trainees to take place in conjunction with the Science Day and Partners Forum on Tuesday, October 31, 2017. For more information visit the Trainee Preconference event page.