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Conference Registration

Register now for Baycrest’s annual Rotman Research Institute Conference, Aging and Brain Health: Mental Health and
Well-being. Be sure to register before the early bird deadline of January 24, 2020!

By attending this conference, participants will be better able to:

  • Understand the impact of stress and trauma on individuals as they age, and on their descendants;
  • Incorporate knowledge of emotional, cognitive, and metabolic health as transdiagnostic markers of brain health into clinical practice and research;
  • Identify the complexities of social, psychological and neurological factors influencing well-being in older age;
  • Learn about advances in non-pharmacological interventions to improve brain health in psychiatry and neurology, including non-invasive brain stimulation and focused ultrasound;
  • Understand the Canadian and global innovation ecosystems
Attendees who sign up for 3 or more days receive a 10% discount.  View the next tab for pricing
Registration options Before Jan 24* After Jan 24 Onsite
WORKSHOPS
Sunday March 8, 2020
Regular Registration $200 CDN $225 CDN $250 CDN
Fellow/Resident/Student $150 CDN $175 CDN $200 CDN
SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE
Monday & Tuesday March 9-10, 2020
Regular Registration $500 CDN $525 CDN $550 CDN
Fellow/Resident/Student $350 CDN $375 CDN $400 CDN
WHAT'S NEXT CANADA **
Wednesday March 11, 2020
** These prices apply only when purchased in conjunction with workshop and/or conference. To register for Wednesday ONLY, visit the What's Next Canada website.
Regular Registration $250 CDN $275 CDN $300 CDN
Fellow/Resident/Student $175 CDN $200 CDN $225 CDN

* Any attendees who are awaiting a decision related to their poster submission will be able to access the early bird rate after they have been notified of their poster’s acceptance.

Registration options Before Jan 24* After Jan 24 Onsite
WORKSHOPS + SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE
Regular Registration $630 CDN $675 CDN $720 CDN
Fellow/Resident/Student $450 CDN $495 CDN $540 CDN
SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE + WHAT'S NEXT CANADA
Regular Registration $675 CDN $720 CDN $765 CDN
Fellow/Resident/Student $472.50 CDN $517.50 CDN $562.50 CDN
WORKSHOPS + SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE + WHAT'S NEXT CANADA
Regular Registration $855 CDN $922.50 CDN $990 CDN
Fellow/Resident/Student $607.50 CDN $675 CDN $742.50 CDN

* Any attendees who are awaiting a decision related to their poster submission will be able to access the early bird rate after they have been notified of their poster’s acceptance.

Who should attend?

The conference is designed for a wide range of individuals with an interest in scientific, clinical, and innovation approaches to aging and brain health in healthy older adults and those at risk of dementia.

Participants at past meetings have included: researchers, clinicians, health professionals, medical residents, students and post-doctoral fellows, and innovators and entrepreneurs in the areas of neuroscience, neuropsychology, brain imaging, geriatrics, rehabilitation, psychiatry, psychology, family medicine, occupational therapy, kinesiology, nursing, social work, and other allied health professionals.

International delegates should note that we will not issue letters of invitation to obtain travel visas.

Conflict of interest

Speakers will be requested to disclose to the audience any real or apparent conflict(s) of interest that may have a direct bearing on the subject matter of this program.

Cancellation policy

Refunds will only be made on registration cancellations received prior to February 15, 2020. All refunds will be subject to an administrative charge of $75 ($50 for student registrations).

Educational Credits

Please note that each participant should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent participating in the educational program.
The credits have been awarded for the following dates – March 8, 9 and 10, 2020.

A)    Physicians 

This continuing education event was held under the auspices of Continuing Professional Development, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto and Baycrest Rotman Research Institute.

Accreditation:

Continuing Professional Development has awarded the Aging & Brain Health: Mental Health and Well-being with the following credits:

  • Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Section 1: 19.0 hours (which includes a 6.0 hour workshop (3 Workshop options) - offered in the Preliminary conference, March 8)
  • American Medical Association Category 1: 19.0 credits (which includes a 6.0 hour workshop (3 Workshop options) - offered in the Preliminary conference, March 8) (via a reciprocal agreement with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada);
  • European Union for Medical Specialists UEMS-EACCME®: 19.0 credits (which includes a 6.0 hour workshop (3 Workshop options) - offered in the Preliminary conference, March 8) (via a reciprocal agreement with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada);

B)    Psychologists

Baycrest is approved by the Canadian Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists.

Baycrest Rotman Research Institute maintains responsibility for the program. 

Accreditation:

This event meets the criteria for a total of 21 continuing education credits.

Please note that due to the CPA accreditation requirements, anyone wishing to obtain CPA credits must sign in and out at the registration desk for every morning and afternoon session.

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