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CSNM is actively monitoring the situation around coronavirus disease (COVID-19) around the world and in Canada. We want to ensure you that your health, safety and well-being remain our number one priority during this difficult time. We applaud and appreciate all our members for the work they do in the LTC and healthcare industries and know how important you all are too so many Canadians and their families across the Country.
The well-being of our members, volunteers and all stakeholders remain our top priority. We will continue to follow the relevant guidelines provided by both Health Canada and the World Health Organization (WHO) regarding the proper management of this issue and we will adapt our response as the situation evolves. The Government of Canada provides regular updates and guidance on COVID-19 on its website, which is updated daily. Another useful resource on the Guidance for the Healthcare Sector can be found here. Also please COVID-19 is an incredibly dynamic situation so we ask for your patience and understanding as we, as an Association, learn how to best navigate this pandemic while continuing to provide up to date information and resources.
In regards, to our upcoming Conference and AGM scheduled for June 17th – 19th, 2020 in Toronto, the Conference Planning team, along with the CSNM Board of Directors has been reviewing this at length. At this time, our hope is that we will be able to proceed in three months’ time with business as usual and hold our Conference. In the meantime, CSNM adheres to safe travel and responsible decision making, and we recommend that attendees hold off on booking travel arrangements at this time unless you have consulted with your travel partner on appropriate cancellation/change options. Also, please note that our Early Bird rate, scheduled to end on March 31st will be extended and this date communicated to you once final decisions are in place.
Our hotel partner, Pan Pacific is committed to the well being of all our attendees. Click here to read more on how the Pan Pacific is responding to COVID-19.
In the case of a cancellation or rescheduling of this event, CSNM will immediately inform attendees, volunteers, guests and other relevant parties.
During this time, we encourage all our members to maintain a safe and healthy environment by following these principles:
We are seeking presenters for our annual Canadian Society of Nutrition Management conference. Don't miss out on connecting with peers, vendors, and industry experts at the 2020 CSNM Annual Conference & AGM - June 17 - 19, 2020 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
CALL FOR PRESENTERS
Submissions are due by Thursday, January 9, 2020
The Canadian Society of Nutrition Management is inviting proposals to present at our 2020 Conference and AGM, Transforming the Future, being held June 17 to 19, 2020 in beautiful Toronto, ON. This event is an opportunity to share your knowledge and expertise with CSNM members and others in our industry to provide education opportunities alongside excellent networking and social opportunities.
Sessions are a combination of breakout (75 minutes in length) and general/plenary (60 to 90 minutes in length). Submissions should incorporate your delivery style – i.e. lecture, panel discussion, case study, role playing, roundtable exercise, etc.
In your submission please be prepared to include:
To better help manage these proposals, we ask that you fill out the following online form in as much details as possible.