October 25-29, 2023 | Montréal, Québec, Palais des congrès de Montréal
2023 Diabetes Canada/CSEM Professional Programming at Vascular 2023 | In-person event
Join us in Montreal this October for Diabetes Canada/CSEM Professional programming at Vascular 2023. This world-class event brings together Canadian conferences focused on the treatment and care of vascular-related diseases that affect millions of people. Diabetes Canada is proud to be a part of Vascular 2023 with 6 other host organizations: the Canadian Cardiovascular Society, Canadian Society of Endocrinology and Metabolism, CanVECTOR, Diabète Quebec, Hypertension Canada and Thrombosis Canada.
Vascular 2023 will address challenges in the treatment and care of vascular-related diseases that affect millions of Canadians annually. With one registration, delegates will have access to ALL sessions on topics such as atherosclerosis, dementia (vascular cognitive impairment), Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, endocrine diseases, metabolic disease, heart disease, peripheral arterial disease, vascular kidney disease, venous thromboembolism and stroke.
Diabetes Canada/CSEM Professional programming will take place starting Wednesday, October 25 with pre-conference activities and run the full day on Thursday, October 26 and Saturday, October 28. On Friday, October 27, we will come together for a full day of vascular programming to foster cross-collaboration in research, education, networking and learning.
Mark your calendars and stay tuned for more information.
Take advantage of this opportunity to showcase your work on the Vascular 2023 stage, the Call for Science is open now until May 2.
Registration: Coming in June
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