1919 Upper Water Street , Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J 3J5
We accept presentations in French but the submission process is in English/Nous acceptons les presentations en français mais le processus pour soumettre est en anglais. Information pour la soumission de sommaires
It is our pleasure to invite you to attend the 31st annual Canadian Society of Addiction Medicine Annual Meeting and Scientific conference to be held in Halifax, NS October 24 through 27, 2019.
Our 2019 conference will focus on best practices in addictions care, new research findings and developing a community of practice for addictions in the Maritimes.
Building Bridges through Shared Learning/Créer des connections grâce à l’apprentissage partagé is this year’s theme as we want to provide opportunities to learn current knowledge and skills in addictions care in Canada. We want to offer workshops that will focus on practical skills and approaches to evidence-based treatments and harm reduction. We will focus on sessions that promote innovative strategies to collaborate and connect in addiction care to support the development of a community of practice. New research findings on cannabis, the opioid epidemic, concurrent disorders and other current issues will be highlighted. Halifax offers a venue to researchers, educators and clinicians to learn, meet and exchange ideas.
Jennifer Brasch MD and David Martell MD
Conference Co-Chairs for CSAM 2019
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The Canadian Society of Addiction Medicine (La societemedicalecanadiennesurl’addiction) invites abstract submissions for our Annual Meeting and Scientific Conference. Abstracts accepted March 20th—May 10th, 2019.
Please see information for Abstract Submission for important instructions and to submit your abstract.
Hepatitis C in Primary Care and Drug and Alcohol Settings Education Program
Sunday, October 27, 2019 8:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.
This program is designed for addiction medicine specialists, OST prescribers, family physicians and other medical
staff working with people who inject drugs. Through online learning and a face-to-face workshop, delivered by
local experts, participants will gain the skills to confidently manage hepatitis C in their setting. Learn More
2019 Fundamentals in Halifax
We are excited to announce that our CSAM-SMCA Fundamentals course is being extended from one day to one and a half days. At CSAM-SMCA 2019 Halifax, we will be offering an afternoon session on Saturday, Oct 26 and continue with an all-day session on Sunday, Oct 27. Learn More
Online bookings are not available for this event.