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    • 10 Aug 2017
    • 12:00 AM
    • 07 Aug 2020
    • 12:00 PM
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    • 26 Aug 2019
    • 04 Nov 2019
    • 11:59 PM
    • Online
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    Before submitting your abstract be sure to check that you have all that is required to submit:
    • Name, full address, phone number, email, organization name, and brief bio of primary author
    • Names of co-authors (up to 8)
    • Bios of co-authors, if presenting
    • Title and 3 learning objectives
    • A 250 word abstract (organized under the following headings: background, methods, results, conclusions)
    When you're ready you can submit your abstracts for the 2020 CAGP-CCSMH ASM by clicking on "Register". 

    Please note: Once you have started the abstract submission form, you must complete it. If you do not complete the process prior to exiting the form, your information will NOT be saved.



    • 26 Aug 2019
    • 04 Nov 2019
    • 11:59 PM
    • Online
    Register


    Before submitting your abstract be sure to check that you have all that is required to submit:
      • Overall symposium title
      • Symposium chair name
      • Name, full address, phone number, email, organization name, and brief bio of primary author
      • Names of co-authors (up to 8)
      • Co-author bios, if presenting
      • Individual title 
      • Each abstract should be 250 words (organized under the following headings: background, methods, results, conclusions) 

      A common title for the overall symposium should be agreed upon in advance with other authors involved in the submission.

      When you're ready you can submit your abstracts for the 2020 CAGP-CCSMH ASM by clicking on "Register"

      Please note: Once you have started the abstract submission form, you must complete it. If you do not complete the process prior to exiting the form, your information will NOT be saved.


      • 26 Aug 2019
      • 04 Nov 2019
      • 11:59 PM
      • Online
      Register

      Before submitting your abstract be sure to check that you have all that is required to submit:

        • Name, full address, phone number, email, organization name, and brief bio of symposium chair
        • Overall symposium title and 3 overall learning objectives
        • 1 summary of the overall symposium (max. 250 words)

        Upon completion, you will receive a link via email for submitting the symposium's 2-3 individual abstracts. You will be responsible for circulating this link to the individual presenters.

        When you're ready you can submit your abstracts for the 2020 CAGP-CCSMH ASM by clicking on "Register"

        A common title for the overall symposium should be agreed upon in advance with other authors involved in the submission.

        Please note: Once you have started the abstract submission form, you must complete it. If you do not complete the process prior to exiting the form, your information will NOT be saved.

        • 25 Oct 2019
        • (EDT)
        • 26 Oct 2019
        • (EDT)
        • Banff
        Register


        Please view our 2019 Sponsorship Package to learn more about partnership opportunities and ways you can get involved. 

        For questions about sponsorship, please contact Rebecca Robinson at cagp@secretariatcentral.com.

        For questions about logistics, please contact Andrea Smith at events@secretariatcentral.com.


        • 25 Oct 2019
        • 26 Oct 2019
        • Banff
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        **Speakers please note: Your disclosure slide and CFPC COI form can be uploaded with your completed online COI form. Have your completed slide and CFPC form ready before you begin to fill out this online form.

        PART 1: all speakers and planning committee members to complete

        What to Disclose

        It has become increasingly important to Continuing Medical Education/Continuing Professional Development (“CME/CPD”) planners and participants that there is full disclosure and if feasible, resolution of any competing interests with respect to information being presented at a CME/CPD event. Please list any affiliation (financial or otherwise) with a commercial or other interest that may have a direct or indirect connection to the content of a CME/CPD presentation. A potential conflict of interest is a situation where the personal and professional interests of individuals may have actual, potential, or apparent influence. In particular, for the 2 year period prior to a CME activity, we are asking all presenters and course planners to disclose conflicts using the online form by clicking the REGISTER button. A conflict of interest could include, but is not limited to, the following:

        • Any direct financial (or in kind) interests NOT only those relevant to the subject being discussed
        • Ownership interest in a company (i.e. stocks, stock options or other ownership interest, excluding diversified mutual funds)
        • Membership on the company’s advisory board or similar committee(s)
        • Involvement in research sponsored by the company
        • Participation in clinical studies sponsored by the company or using products produced by the company within the last two years
        • Involvement in the design of clinical studies concerning the use of products manufactured by the company
        • Honorarium, consulting fees, salary, royalty, grant-in-aid (“restricted” or “unrestricted”) or other monetary support received from or expected from the company; member of a speaker’s bureau or non-for-profit organization
        • Relationship with one or more other for-profit or not-for-profit organizations that fund this program
        • Investments in a pharmaceutical organization, medical device company, or communications firm, or not-for-profit organization
        • Ownership of a patent for a product referred to in the presentation or marketed by the company
        • Any other financial ties that should be declared

        In some cases it can be difficult to determine whether a given relationship or activity may be in “conflict”; in these cases consultation with the CGS CPD committee may be helpful. In general, we recommend that it is prudent to err on the side of disclosing more than less. If there is a potential conflict, the CGS CPD committee should review and help develop mitigation strategies PRIOR to accreditation of the event.

        How to Disclose

        Each presenter should announce to the audience disclosure of the preceding information, if applicable, prior to any presentation with a slide. Speakers who have no involvement with commercial interests should also inform the audience that they are unable to identify any potential conflict of interest and have nothing to disclose.

        PART 2: only speakers need complete

        What to Disclose

        It is the presenter’s responsibility to ensure that their presentation (including any recommendations made) is balanced, and reflects the current scientific literature. Presentations must give a balanced view of all relevant therapeutic options available and a fair assessment must be presented.

        Unapproved use of products or services must be declared at the beginning of the presentation.

        In addition, the Royal College and the CFPC require faculty presentations to be consistent in their use generic names during their presentation. When using trade names, it is preferable to use multiple trade names per product (if available) rather than referencing a single trade name.

        How to Disclose

        Each presenter should announce to the audience disclosure of discussion of off-label use, if applicable, prior to any presentation content with a slide.

        False disclosure or failure to disclose conflict of interest as outlined in this document could require the planning committee to replace the presenter/speaker.


        Effective June 1, 2012, the CFPC requires all presenters and members of planning committees to complete the Declaration of Conflict of Interest form.

        All completed original forms must be retained by the party submitting the program for Mainpro accreditation (referred to herein as the “CPD provider” or “CPD organizer”) for a period of one year following accreditation expiry in the event that the program is audited by the College of Family Physicians of Canada.


        • 25 Oct 2019
        • 7:00 AM
        • 26 Oct 2019
        • 1:00 PM
        • The Rimrock Resort Hotel, Banff
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        CAGP-CCSMH Annual Scientific Meeting 


        Please Note: To access Member rates, you must first be logged in. To login click here.

        To become a CAGP member click here. To renew your CAGP membership click here.


        RATES

        Registration Type Early Bird Rate Regular Rate  On-site Rate
        Full and Affiliate Member (Physician)   $525  $565  $590
        Member: MITs and AITs (medical students, residents and fellows)  $125  $150  $175
        Member: Affiliate, Allied Health Student  $125  $150  $175
        Non-Member: Physician   $575  $615  $640
        Allied Health Professional/Non Physician  $395  $435  $460


        Early bird registration closes September 25, 2019.

        Registration closes on October 16, 2019.

        CANCELLATION POLICY: 

        Cancellations will only be accepted on or before October 11, 2019 (an administration fee will apply). No credits or refunds will be given for cancellations received after October 11, 2019. No liability is assumed by CAGP for changes in program date, content, speakers, venues or cancellation of the event.

        PAYMENT OPTIONS:

        • Pay online by Visa or Mastercard.
        • Cheque - please make all cheques payable to ‘CAGP’ and mail to: 20 Crown Steel Dr. Unit #6, Markham, Ontario, Canada, L3R 9X9.

        ONSITE REGISTRATION: 

        Please note that onsite registration will be limited. Full payment can be made by Visa or Mastercard.

        • 25 Oct 2019
        • 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM (MDT)
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        You're invited to the CAGP Trainee Lunch that will be held at the CAGP-CCSMH Annual Scientific Meeting in beautiful Banff, Alberta on Friday, October 25th, 2019 at 12:30 pm. The lunch will include a resident-focused discussion on the subspecialization of geriatric psychiatry, and will provide information on the programs that will be offering RCPSC accredited Geriatric Psychiatry training opportunities. We would like to invite the Geriatric Psychiatry Program Directors from each university to attend the lunch to provide information on the training opportunities at your university. This is a wonderful opportunity to meet interested residents face-to-face! 

        • 25 Oct 2019
        • 7:00 PM
        • Saltlik, Banff
        Register

        2019 CAGP-CCSMH CELEBRATION AND AWARDS DINNER: OPEN MIC NIGHT!

        When: Friday, October 25, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.

        Venue: Saltlik, 221 Bear St, Banff

        Please join us for a fun night of socializing, good food and music!  With the picturesque backdrop of beautiful Banff, Saltlik offers the quintessential comforting dining experience! Don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy Albertan hospitality, to catch up with your colleagues from across the country, and to celebrate the accomplishments of your association!

        Ticket Cost:

        Physician - $145

        Allied Health - $115

        Student - $60

        Guest - $145

        Tickets will not be available for purchase onsite.




          • 26 Oct 2019
          • 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM (MDT)
          • The Rimrock Resort Hotel
          Register

          Track Poster Session RSVP

          You are invited to participate in the “Track Poster Session." This will be facilitated poster rounds in which trainees receive valuable feedback on their presentations from Dr. Dallas Seitz and Dr. Ashok Krishnamoorthy.  

          Please ensure that you are present during the session time listed below:

          Session: Track Poster Session

          Session Date/Time: Saturday, October 26, 2019, 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

          Time Limit: Presentation: 3 minutes

          Discussion: 2 minutes

          Trainees must be registered for the ASM to attend.

          Please RSVP for the Track Poster Session by clicking "REGISTER" in the left-hand menu.

          • 26 Oct 2019
          • 1:45 PM
          • The Rimrock Resort Hotel
          Register


          Tighten your laces! Let the competition and fun begin!

          Enjoy the beauty of the Rockies and support the CAGP by challenging your colleagues, friends and family to join you on this 5 km trek up Sulphur Mountain. Participants who do not want to hike to the top are invited to take the gondola to the summit and enjoy a 2 km walk to the Sanson's Peak boardwalk. This Sulphur Mountain Fundraiser registration includes a gondola ride back down the mountain. Fresh air, exercise, and breath-taking views...what could be better?

          When: Saturday, October 26, 2019 at 1:45 p.m.

          Start Location: The Rimrock Resort Hotel

          Entry Fee: $50.00

          Donations are encouraged and can be directed to support the CCSMH, CAGP resident and trainee awards and initiatives, education or advocacy efforts.

          To see the teams and their participants, or to make a donation, click here.


          This promises to be a really fun event for all participants, and a great way to raise funds and awareness for seniors’ mental health. Come out and enjoy the company of your colleagues while taking in the beauty of Banff. We look forward to seeing you there!

          Please note: This event is weather dependent. Should the trail/gondola be closed due to weather, an alternate activity will be planned.



          Past events

          04 Feb 2019 CAGP 2019 Geriatric Psychiatry Online Course - GROUP RATE
          04 Feb 2019 CAGP 2019 Geriatric Psychiatry Online Course
          15 Jan 2019 2019 CAGP-CCSMH Abstract Submission - Symposium: STEP 1 (Overall)
          15 Jan 2019 2019 CAGP-CCSMH Abstract Submission - Symposium: STEP 2 (Individual)
          15 Jan 2019 2019 CAGP-CCSMH Abstract Submission - Oral, Workshop, Clinical Case or Poster
          02 Nov 2018 Integromat Test
          13 Oct 2018 Nova Scotia Wine Country Tour
          13 Oct 2018 Maud Lewis Gallery Tour
          13 Oct 2018 3rd Annual CAGP-CCSMH Fun Run/Walk
          12 Oct 2018 2018 CAGP-CCSMH Job Board
          12 Oct 2018 CAGP-CCSMH 2018 Sponsorship & Exhibitor Registration
          11 Oct 2018 2018 Pre-Conference Course
          11 Oct 2018 ONSITE 2018 Pre-Conference Course
          17 Jan 2018 CAGP 2018 Geriatric Psychiatry Online Course - GROUP RATE
          09 Jan 2018 2018 CAGP-CCSMH Abstract Submission - Symposium
          09 Jan 2018 2018 CAGP-CCSMH Abstract Submission - Oral, Workshop, Clinical Case or Poster
          01 Dec 2017 CAGP 2018 Geriatric Psychiatry Online Course
          04 Nov 2017 2017 CAGP Job Board
          04 Nov 2017 26th CAGP Annual Scientific Meeting
          04 Nov 2017 2017 ON-SITE REGISTRATION CAGP Annual Scientific Meeting
          04 Nov 2017 CAGP 2017 Sponsorship & Exhibitor Registration
          06 Feb 2017 CAGP 2017 Geriatric Psychiatry Online Course
          01 Feb 2017 2017 CAGP Abstract Submission - Symposium
          01 Feb 2017 2017 CAGP Abstract Submission - Oral, Workshop, Clinical Case or Poster
          01 Oct 2016 2016 CAGP Inaugural Fun Run/Walk
          30 Sep 2016 25th CAGP Annual Scientific Meeting
          30 Sep 2016 CAGP 2016 Sponsorship & Exhibitor Registration
          29 Sep 2016 2016 Update in Geriatric Psychiatry
          01 Feb 2016 2016 CAGP Abstract Submission
          30 Sep 2015 CAGP ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING 2015
          30 Sep 2015 CAGP 2015 Sponsorship & Exhibitor Registration
          09 Sep 2015 CAGP 2015- 2016 Geriatric Psychiatry Online Course
          16 Apr 2015 Update in Geriatric Psychiatry
          19 Jan 2015 2015 CAGP Abstract Submission
          03 Nov 2014 CAGP 2014- 2015 Geriatric Psychiatry Online Course
          10 Sep 2014 King Lear at the Stratford Festival
          09 Sep 2014 CCSMH-CAGP JOINT SCIENTIFIC MEETING 2014
          07 Sep 2014 CCSMH-CAGP Sponsorship & Exhibitor Registration
          07 Sep 2014 National Review Course in Geriatric Psychiatry
          10 Mar 2014 24th Annual Baycrest Rotman Research Institute conference
          20 Nov 2013 The Gerontological Society of America 66th Annual Scientific Meeting
          04 Nov 2013 CAGP Online Study Group
          17 Oct 2013 CAG2013: Aging Systems in Cells to Society
          03 Oct 2013 7th Canadian Conference on Dementia
          01 Oct 2013 IPA 16th International Congress
          25 Sep 2013 2013 ASM University Leader's Luncheon
          25 Sep 2013 CAGP ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING 2013
          25 Sep 2013 2013 ASM Trainee Breakfast
          25 Sep 2013 Breakfast Symposium
          23 Sep 2013 CAGP Review Course in Geriatric Psychiatry
          21 Jun 2013 CPA Perspectives in Mental Health Care
          01 May 2013 32nd Annual Ontario Gerontology Association Conference
          18 Apr 2013 2013 CGS Annual Scientific Meeting
          18 Apr 2013 20th International Symposium about Current Issues and Controversies in Psychiatry
          25 Mar 2013 CAGP Board Meeting
          21 Mar 2013 Alberta Psychiatric Association 2013 Scientific Conference and AGM
          14 Mar 2013 2013 American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry Annual Meeting
          04 Mar 2013 23rd Annual Neuroscience Conference
          11 Dec 2012 National Review Course Committee Meeting
          01 Dec 2012 NEWSLETTER deadline
          26 Nov 2012 CAGP Board Meeting
          13 Nov 2012 National Review Course Committee Meeting
          29 Oct 2012 CAGP Board Meeting
          01 Oct 2012 CAGP Online Study Group
          23 Sep 2012 CAGP Review Course in Geriatric Psychiatry
          21 Sep 2012 CCSMH/CAGP 2012 Joint Conference
          20 Sep 2012 CAGP Board Meeting
          11 Sep 2012 National Review Course Committee Meeting
          01 Sep 2012 NEWSLETTER deadline
          27 Aug 2012 CAGP Board Meeting
          20 Aug 2012 ASM Committee Meeting
          14 Aug 2012 National Review Course Committee Meeting
          30 Jul 2012 CAGP Board Meeting
          23 Jul 2012 ASM Committee Meeting
          10 Jul 2012 National Review Course Committee Meeting
          25 Jun 2012 CAGP Board Meeting
          18 Jun 2012 ASM Committee Meeting
          12 Jun 2012 National Review Course Committee Meeting
          01 Jun 2012 NEWSLETTER deadline
          28 May 2012 CAGP Board Meeting
          21 May 2012 ASM Committee Meeting
          08 May 2012 National Review Course Committee Meeting
          30 Apr 2012 CAGP Board Meeting
          23 Apr 2012 ASM Committee Meeting
          10 Apr 2012 National Review Course Committee Meeting
          26 Mar 2012 CAGP Board Meeting
          19 Mar 2012 ASM Committee Meeting
          13 Mar 2012 National Review Course Committee Meeting
          01 Mar 2012 NEWSLETTER deadline
          27 Feb 2012 CAGP Board Meeting
          23 Feb 2012 Trainee Committee meeting
          14 Feb 2012 National Review Course Committee Meeting
          14 Feb 2012 National Review Course Technical Meeting
          30 Jan 2012 CAGP Board Meeting
          23 Jan 2012 ASM Committee Meeting
          27 Oct 2011 6th Canadian Conference on Dementia
          21 Oct 2011 Canadian Association on Gerontology-40th Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting
          13 Oct 2011 Canadian Psychiatric Association (CPA) 61st Annual Conference
          12 Oct 2011 CAGP Annual Scientific Meeting
          22 Sep 2011 2011 International Conference on Residency Education (ICRE)
          06 Sep 2011 International Psychogeriatric Association (IPA) 15th International Congress
          04 May 2011 ONTARIO GERONTOLOGY ASSOCIATION 2011 CONFERENCE
          04 May 2011 Ontario Gerontology Association (OGA) 30th Annual Conference
          02 Feb 2011 Elder Abuse Workshop
          27 Jan 2011 THE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF MENTAL HEALTH GUIDELINES FOR SENIORS
          24 Jan 2011 Residential Long-Term Care for Canada's Seniors: Nonprofit, For-Profit or Does it Matter?
          06 Jan 2011 Aging and Mental Health Workshop
          07 Dec 2010 Royal College – NSS Health Human Resources Conference and NSS
          02 Dec 2010 Canadian Association of Gerontology (CAG) 39th Annual Scientific Meeting and Educational Meeting
          26 Nov 2010 Conference on Positive Aging: An Interdisciplinary Approach for Health Professionals
          27 Sep 2010 CCSMH: 4th National Conference: Connecting Research & Education to Care in Seniors' Mental Health.
          26 Sep 2010 IPA 2010 International Meeting
          23 Sep 2010 CPA Meeting
          22 Sep 2010 CAGP 2010 ASM
          17 May 2010 McMaster University: Montessori for Dementia workshop
          16 Apr 2010 ISAD 5th Biennial Conference
          15 Apr 2010 2010 CGS Annual Scientific Meeting
          09 Apr 2010 CME- Geriatric Psychopharmacology Day-2nd Biannual
          07 Apr 2010 31st Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine
          30 Mar 2010 Tai Chi For Older Adults: Improving Physical
          22 Mar 2010 Baycrest-Berkeley presents The 20th Annual Rotman Research Institute Conference: The Frontal Lobes
          05 Mar 2010 2010 AAGP Annual Meeting
          23 Feb 2010 Reducing Age-Related Memory Deficits
          02 Feb 2010 Aging and the Interplay of Motivation and Cognition
          02 Feb 2010 Aging, Memory & Motivation
          26 Jan 2010 Brain Health Across The Life Span
          01 Dec 2009 Into the Light - Transforming Mental Health in Canada
          25 Nov 2009 McMaster Centre for Gerontological Studies
          24 Nov 2009 Bilingualism And Its Protection Of Cognitive Function
          03 Nov 2009 Long-Term Socioeconomic Status And The Experience Of Preventable Disease
          02 Nov 2009 Making Gains in Mental Health and Addictions 2009 - The Future is Now
          30 Oct 2009 Aging at Home: Connecting Research and Clinical Care
          22 Oct 2009 Where the Rivers Meet: Merging Perspectives on Aging
          22 Oct 2009 38th Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting CAG
          21 Oct 2009 The NADD 26th Annual Conference & Exhibit Show for 2009
          20 Oct 2009 Keep on Rockin' - Sexuality and Aging Symposium
          16 Oct 2009 Approaching the Work: Fundamentals of Work with Older Persons
          01 Oct 2009 5th Canadian Conference on Dementia
          16 Sep 2009 12th Annual McMaster Fall Symposium
          01 Sep 2009 IPA 14th International Congress
          31 Aug 2009 CAGP 2009 ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING
          27 Aug 2009 Canadian Psychiatric Association presents its Annual Conference
          17 Jul 2009 Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging
          24 Jun 2009 Neuroimaging in Dementia Workshop
          15 Jun 2009 McMaster Summer Institute on Gerontology 2009
          10 May 2009 Canadian Healthcare Association (CHA) presents Canadian Network for Innovation in Education (CNIE) presents its 2nd Annual International Conference 2009
          04 May 2009 IPA 2009 International Meeting
          23 Apr 2009 Old Age in a New Age
          22 Apr 2009 Society of Behavioral Medicine presents Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions
          08 Mar 2009 Baycrest presents the 19th Annual Rotman Research Institute Conference
          03 Sep 2008 CAGP & CCSMH 2008 Joint ASM
          14 Nov 2007 CAGP 2007 ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING
          09 Nov 2006 CAGP 2006 ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING
          03 Nov 2005 CAGP 2005 ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING
          18 Oct 2004 CAGP 2004 ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING

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