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Upcoming Cushing’s Disease Webinar
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Eastern Canada English
Tuesday, September 14, 2021
7:00 pm – 9:00 PM ET

Western Canada English
Tuesday, September 28, 2021
8:00 pm – 10:00 PM ET


Webinaire à venir sur la maladie de Cushing
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Français
jeudi le 7 octobre 2021
19h00 á 21h00 HNE


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Cushing’s Disease: Choices, Challenges and Complications
Diagnosis, Therapies and Challenging Complications in the Management of Cushing’s Disease

Join us for this online seminar on Cushing’s disease that will focus on new developments in diagnosis, treatment and management strategies. For your convenience, there will be 3 date options — 2 in English and 1 French. Please register for 1 date.

This session is free for CSEM members and $60 for non-members. If you have not yet renewed your CSEM membership for 2021, kindly log in to renew here.

Faculty:

  • Dr. André Lacroix, CHUM, Montréal (Chair, Presenter)
  • Dr. Jessica MacKenzie Feder, University of British Columbia, Vancouver (Presenter)
  • Dr. Fabienne Langlois, Université de Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke (Presenter)
  • Dr. Karen Gomez-Hernandez, University Health Network (Moderator)
  • Dr. Robert Goldberg, CSEM CPD Rep, University of Toronto (CPD Representative)

At the end of this session participants will be able to:

  • apply strategies to mitigate challenges in the investigation and diagnosis of Cushing’s disease
  • compare and contrast treatment choices and medical therapies
  • assess possible complications and comorbidities over time

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This program is co-developed with Recordati Rare Diseases and planned independently by CSEM to achieve scientific integrity, validity and balance.


Maladie de Cushing : choix, défis et complications
Diagnostic, thérapies et complications difficiles dans la gestion de la maladie de Cushing

Rejoignez-nous pour ce séminaire en ligne sur la maladie de Cushing, axé sur les nouveaux développements en matière de diagnostic, de traitement et de stratégies de gestion. Pour votre commodité, il y aura 3 sessions — 2 en anglais et 1 en français. Veuillez vous inscrire pour une seule session.

Cette session est gratuite pour les membres de la SCEM et 60 $ pour les non-membres. Si vous n'avez pas encore renouvelé votre adhésion pour 2021 veuillez vous connecter pour renouveler ici.

Faculté :

  • Dr André Lacroix, CHUM, Montréal (Président, Comité de planification scientifique et conférencier)
  • Dre Jessica MacKenzie Feder, University of British Columbia, Vancouver (conférencière)
  • Dre Fabienne Langlois, Université de Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke (conférencière)
  • Dre Karen Gomez-Hernandez, University Health Network (modératrice)
  • Dr Robert Goldberg, CSEM CPD Rep, University of Toronto (Représentant de la DPC)

À la fin de la séance, les participants pourront :

  • intégrer des stratégies pour améliorer les défis dans l’investigation et diagnostique de la maladie de Cushing
  • comparer et contraster les choix de thérapies et les thérapies médicales
  • évaluer les complications et comorbidités possibles au fil du temps

Inscrivez-vous!

Ce programme a été élaboré conjointement avec Recordati Rare Diseases et de manière à respecter les principes d’intégrité, d’objectivité et d’équilibre scientifiques.



CSEM Research and Discovery Day
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October 1, 2021
1:00 – 4:00 PM ET


From Bench to Bedside: Lessons Still to be Learned a Century After the Discovery of Insulin

A century ago, Canadian researchers Frederick Banting and Charles Best, discovered insulin working under the directorship of John Macleod at the University of Toronto; further work by James Collip led to the additional purification of insulin. With incredible speed and collaboration, insulin was ready to use to save the lives of people with Type 1 diabetes mellitus. This scientific breakthrough was one of the most important advancements in medical history.

Using this ground-breaking discovery as a framework, the symposium will connect, engage, inform and support endocrinologists in their work as researchers and clinicians. Key developments and anecdotes from past research will frame current parallels in emerging research and the current management of diabetes and comorbidities to illustrate lessons learned and the potential of future discoveries.

FACULTY:

  • Dr. Gillian Booth, Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute of St. Michael's Hospital
  • Dr. Greg Korbutt, Alberta Diabetes Institute, University of Alberta
  • Dr. Mark Prentki, University of Montreal, Montreal Diabetes Research Center
  • Dr. Ronald Sigal, Cumming School of Medicine and Faculty of Kinesiology, University of Calgary
  • Dr. Donna Vine, Alberta Diabetes Institute, University of Alberta

For the AGENDA, click here.

For REGISTRATION, click here.

This session is free for CSEM members and $100 for non-members. If you have not yet renewed your CSEM membership for 2021, kindly log in here to renew.

CSEM's Research and Discovery Day has received educational grants from Novo Nordisk Canada, Lilly, and MD Financial. The Research Day is planned independently by CSEM to ensure scientific integrity, objectivity and balance.