With the continued uncertainty related to the COVID-19 pandemic, Diabetes Canada, the Canadian Society of Endocrinology and Metabolism (CSEM) and the National Planning Committee have collectively decided to cancel the 2020 Professional Conference, originally scheduled October 28-31 in Calgary.
Our main priority is the health and well-being of staff, volunteers, and delegates.
The necessary upfront planning several months in advance of our usual on-site Conference is just not feasible in our present environment.
We are planning ways to transform the 2020 Professional Conference from an in-person event to a virtual education experience. Stay tuned for more details as soon as they are available!
We will continue to accept abstracts, with extended deadlines, during this transition. Registrants are being offered a full refund of their conference fees or the option to apply them to the virtual conference.
Call for abstracts
Abstracts are now being accepted for the 2020 Diabetes Canada/Canadian Society of Endocrinology and Metabolism (CSEM) Professional Conference. New this year, CSEM residents may submit their clinical vignettes/research projects via the Diabetes Canada/CSEM Professional Conference abstract submission site.
General abstract submission has been extended until early Summer 2020.
CSEM resident clinical vignette/research project submissions close on Monday, September 7, 2020, 11:59 pm EDT.
For additional information about abstracts, see:
Diabetes Canada/CSEM General Abstract Guidelines
CSEM Resident Clinical Vignette/Research Project Guidelines
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If you have any questions about submitting an abstract, contact our conferences team.
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