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EVENTS

First Citizen Conference

Friday, March 16, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
At the Sarto-Desnoyers Community Centre
(1335 Lakeshore Drive)

Dorval First Citizens are invited to take part in this day on which two conferences concerning interesting topics and important information will be held:

Advances in Alzheimer’s Disease: Diagnostic and Therapy - by the McGill University Research Centre for Studies in Aging (MCSA)
The MCSA is committed to investigating causes and possible treatments of the Dementias, especially Alzheimer Disease. The MCSA’s goal is to also raise awareness and educate the community at large. Dr. Pedro Rosa-Neto, MD, Phd, associate professor and a lead researcher at the MCSA, will speak about the advances in Alzheimer’s Disease explaining diagnostic techniques and advances in therapy.

The Myths of Palliative Care
Participants of this session will gain a clearer understanding of palliative care by considering and discrediting common myths surrounding palliative practice. Myths such as ‘all Canadians have access to palliative care services’ or ‘palliative care means I am dying’ will be addressed. Come find out what palliative care really is, and is NOT!  There will be ample opportunity to ask questions with the nurse presenters, Rose De Angelis and France Remete, during and after the presentation.

The cost is $10 ($12 for non-residents) and includes lunch.
(Registration code: SO5002)

Registration can be done online or in person at the Sarto-Desnoyers Community Centre, the Surrey Aquatic and Community Centre, and the Dorval Aquatic and Sports Complex.

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EVENTS

First Citizen Conference

Friday, March 16, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
At the Sarto-Desnoyers Community Centre
(1335 Lakeshore Drive)

Dorval First Citizens are invited to take part in this day on which two conferences concerning interesting topics and important information will be held:

Advances in Alzheimer’s Disease: Diagnostic and Therapy - by the McGill University Research Centre for Studies in Aging (MCSA)
The MCSA is committed to investigating causes and possible treatments of the Dementias, especially Alzheimer Disease. The MCSA’s goal is to also raise awareness and educate the community at large. Dr. Pedro Rosa-Neto, MD, Phd, associate professor and a lead researcher at the MCSA, will speak about the advances in Alzheimer’s Disease explaining diagnostic techniques and advances in therapy.

The Myths of Palliative Care
Participants of this session will gain a clearer understanding of palliative care by considering and discrediting common myths surrounding palliative practice. Myths such as ‘all Canadians have access to palliative care services’ or ‘palliative care means I am dying’ will be addressed. Come find out what palliative care really is, and is NOT!  There will be ample opportunity to ask questions with the nurse presenters, Rose De Angelis and France Remete, during and after the presentation.

The cost is $10 ($12 for non-residents) and includes lunch.
(Registration code: SO5002)

Registration can be done online or in person at the Sarto-Desnoyers Community Centre, the Surrey Aquatic and Community Centre, and the Dorval Aquatic and Sports Complex.

ALL EVENTS BY DATE

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Online Ticket Service
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First Citizen Conference

Friday, March 16, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
At the Sarto-Desnoyers Community Centre
(1335 Lakeshore Drive)

Dorval First Citizens are invited to take part in this day on which two conferences concerning interesting topics and important information will be held:

Advances in Alzheimer’s Disease: Diagnostic and Therapy - by the McGill University Research Centre for Studies in Aging (MCSA)
The MCSA is committed to investigating causes and possible treatments of the Dementias, especially Alzheimer Disease. The MCSA’s goal is to also raise awareness and educate the community at large. Dr. Pedro Rosa-Neto, MD, Phd, associate professor and a lead researcher at the MCSA, will speak about the advances in Alzheimer’s Disease explaining diagnostic techniques and advances in therapy.

The Myths of Palliative Care
Participants of this session will gain a clearer understanding of palliative care by considering and discrediting common myths surrounding palliative practice. Myths such as ‘all Canadians have access to palliative care services’ or ‘palliative care means I am dying’ will be addressed. Come find out what palliative care really is, and is NOT!  There will be ample opportunity to ask questions with the nurse presenters, Rose De Angelis and France Remete, during and after the presentation.

The cost is $10 ($12 for non-residents) and includes lunch.
(Registration code: SO5002)

Registration can be done online or in person at the Sarto-Desnoyers Community Centre, the Surrey Aquatic and Community Centre, and the Dorval Aquatic and Sports Complex.

ALL EVENTS BY DATE

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