New for the 2018 Conference! Four Student Bursaries Available

May 17

The Canadian Society for Addiction Medicine is offering 4 (four) bursaries to students interested in the field of Addictions Medicine to attend the 2018 CSAM Scientific Meeting in Vancouver, BC, October 25-28, 2018.

Each bursary award will include funds towards transportation costs and a Superpass to attend the conference and the Fundamentals Course. The purpose of the bursaries is to enable students to attend the CSAM conference.

The bursaries are open to students:

  • in a health-care related field with an interest in addictions
  • attending a Canadian university or college
  • ages 18 or above
  • may include students in undergraduate, graduate, medical, nursing, college-level and other programs of study in a healthcare or health-care related field
  • may be of particular interest to students who submit an abstract for a poster or oral presentation to the conference
  • who have the support of a supervisor or teacher to attend the conference

Deadline for receipt of applications is June 15, 2018 at midnight; retroactive applications will not be accepted or approved.

A complete application consists of:

  • the completed application
  • a letter from a teacher or supervisor who confirms you are in a program of study at a Canadian university or college AND supports your attendance at the CSAM 2018 conference

Please send the completed bursary form and a letter of support from a teacher or supervisor together via email to  Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Successful applicants will be able to attend the entire conference and Fundamentals course and be reimbursed for travel expenses up to $1000 (receipt required).   If a bursary recipient does not attend CSAM 2018 no funds will be dispersed, nor can the bursary be used for the 2019 conference.

Download the CSAM 2018 Bursary Application Form HERE

2018 CSAM Conference Registration and Abstract Submission

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