2020 CADTH Symposium. April 19 to 21.

About the Symposium

Join us in Toronto for the 2020 CADTH Symposium.

Connect with Canadian and international experts in the objective assessment and evaluation of health technologies for three days of education, information sharing, and networking.

Mark your calendar:

2020 CADTH Symposium
April 19 to 21, 2020
Sheraton Centre Toronto
Toronto, Ontario

Watch for more information or contact us by email at symposium@cadth.ca.

CADTH Recognition Awards — Nominations Now Being Accepted

We are pleased to announce that nominations are now being accepted for two prestigious awards for outstanding achievement in the field of health technology assessment (HTA) in Canada.

The Dr. Jill M. Sanders Award of Excellence in Health Technology Assessment

The Dr. Maurice McGregor Award

Learn more about the nomination process and the awards.

The deadline for submitting nominations is January 15, 2020.

Travel Award Program

Since 2007, CADTH has provided financial support toward conference-related costs for more than 395 student and patient group representatives as part of our commitment to making the Symposium accessible to all health care stakeholders.

Eligible students and patient group representatives can receive financial support to offset registration, travel, food, accommodation, and other conference-related expenses.

Read more about the Travel Award Program for Students and Patient Group Representatives. Deadline to apply is December 10, 2019.

CADTH Symposium 2020: Top tips for sharing your knowledge and ideas

The goal of this webinar is to discuss best practices for sharing knowledge and ideas at the CADTH Symposium. Developed with the patient community and students in mind, this webinar will also be of interest to anyone wanting to get the most out of the 2020 CADTH Symposium.

We will give some background on the CADTH Symposium; explain the process for travel awards for patients and students, the submission process, and selection criteria for abstracts; and offer tips and ideas.

A past delegate and speaker — Shannon Kelly — will describe some strategies for helping attendees make the most of their time at the CADTH Symposium whether as a delegate, or if presenting a poster, panel, or oral presentation.

We’ll give some ideas for tweeting and for following along with the CADTH Symposium on social media and hear from Annette MacKinnon who is a prominent symposium tweeter, as well as at other health conferences.

We’ll have a discussion at the end of this webinar to take questions or comments.

Registration Information

Registration is required for this webinar.

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