This message is from our Neonatal-Perinatal Section President Dr. Chloe Joynt! Here we are together at last year’s CPS meeting! At the end of this page you will find the full program for this year’s conference in beautiful Vancouver. It would be great to have some of you readers attend and meet you face to face!
Good day to you all! Bonjour!
As the days get longer and the snow melts (or flower buds start sprouting depending on your location in Canada), just wanted to send along the agenda for our Neonatal Programming at the CPS Annual Meeting in Vancouver this year! In response to section member feedback, the Neonatal program is now on one day : Thursday June 4. It is a jam packed day (truly) full of scientific abstract presentations from colleagues across Canada, invited speakers (both national and international), as well as time to have lunch/ breaks to chat and network with colleagues and friends from across Canada. Registration is open online and the early bird rates are available until March 31. Feel free to join us for the day (1 day rate available) or for the whole conference to enjoy the other great programming offered by the CPS. Our Neonatal Life Support Club (NRP and ACoRN) is on June 3 evening and all are welcome (no special registration required).
Our Section business meeting is bright and early (7 am – feelin’ like a work day) prior to the Opening Day Plenary. Join us for coffee, pastries, updates and dialogue surrounding section activities, Royal College training program updates, Fetus and Newborn Committee activities/ statements, and our special interest groups (Folllow up, TnEcho, etc).
Meet the Professor!
Last year, the Resident Representative on our Section Executive, invited all section members to the “Meet the Professor” session. During this session, neonatal trainee volunteers presented cases of interest with the attendance of our invited speakers as well as section members. What followed was a very rich dialogue around management and philosophies of care spanning the Canadian and International Centers in a supportive and educational environment for our neonatal trainees. We would like to extend this invitation to all again.
Come For Dinner!
From the Meet the Professor, we can all walk over to Glowbal Restaurant for a great meal, fun conversations and to celebrate the achievements of an Emerging Leader in Neonatology at our Section Dinner. Tickets are available on line and this is a great way to meet or catch up with people from different places across Canada and beyond!
This information will also be available on the CPS Annual Conference App closer to the Conference dates.
More information to follow on this and other section matters in the near future! The CPS eForums has been unavailable for the last few months (and continues to be), so I apologize for the lack of emails. We now have other arrangements to facilitate communication! Hope to see many of you at the CPS annual conference! As always, please feel free to reach out to me or members of your section executive!
Dr. Chloe Joynt
CPS NPM Section President