2020 ISAM - CSAM Annual Conference Abstract Submission Now Open

ISAM-CSAM are aware of the ongoing developments and impact of the Covid-19 virus. At this time our 2020 annual meeting and scientific conference in Victoria, Canada is still going ahead as planned Nov 12-14, 2020.

We will follow the Government of Canada recommendations regarding gatherings and international travel. As the conference is not until November 2020, there are no recommendations regarding events at that time yet. Should the conference be cancelled full registration fees paid would be refunded.

We appreciate your interest in ISAM-CSAM 2020 and hope you will submit an abstract and/or register for the conference. Any updates to our conference plans will be posted on the webpages.

In view of this, the International and Canadian Society's of Addiction Medicine invite you to submit an abstract for consideration to present at our 2020 Annual Meeting and Scientific Conference in Victoria, BC ,Canada. Please follow the link below to review the information package with submission instructions and important dates.

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Membership benefits include:

  • Access a large network of physicians and allied health professional working in the field of Addiction Medicine
  • Receive special registration rates for Annual National Conference and Fundamentals of Addiction Medicine Day
  • Receive online notices for issues of the Canadian Journal of Addiction
  • Online member profile and access to members listing
  • Current opportunities, events, and more!

CSAM-SMCA membership does not entail an endorsement of the individual member’s opinion nor any organizational business interest.

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Conference Items

1) Fundamentals will be offered in Victoria, Nov 15, 2020
Details to follow in new year

2) Bursaries available for presenting and attending at ISAM-CSAM 2020
Bursary application form - https://csam-smca.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/CSAM-2020-Bursary-Application.pdf

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Joint meeting 2020 CSAM-SMCA and ISAM

The Canadian Society of Addiction Medicine (La societe medicale canadienne sur l’addiction) invites you to Save the Dates to attend our joint Annual Meeting and Scientific Conference with the International Society of Addiction Medicine (ISAM) November 12-14, 2020 in Victoria BC

Venue: Victoria Conference Centre
720 Douglas Street, Victoria BC

The conference will feature keynote presentations plus numerous workshops, symposia and sessions focused on opioids, methamphetamine, cannabis, alcohol and more.

The Call For Abstract is Now Open!

Abstracts are now being accepted for ISAM-CSAM 2020 for presentation of new research findings, symposia, workshops and professional development sessions about any aspect of addiction. Students and young investigators are especially encouraged to submit an abstract. Abstracts will be accepted until May 15th, 2020. Be part of ISAM-CSAM 2020!

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  • The Canadian Journal of Addiction: Volume 10, Number 3 – September 2019

    The Canadian Journal of Addiction: Volume 10, Number 3 – September 2019

    September 06, 2019

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  • The Canadian Journal of Addiction: Volume 10, Number 2 – June 2019

    The Canadian Journal of Addiction: Volume 10, Number 2 – June 2019

    September 06, 2019

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  • The Canadian Journal of Addiction: Volume 10, Number 1 – March 2019

    The Canadian Journal of Addiction: Volume 10, Number 1 – March 2019

    March 04, 2019

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