Networking is frequently mentioned by participants as one of the most worthwhile aspects of this Congress and an important reason for attending.
The Congress offers many opportunities to reconnect with old friends and colleagues and to meet new acquaintances from over 60 countries who share your passion and vision for advancing the goals of palliative care.
Tuesday, October 2
Join fellow participants over a glass of wine or refreshment of
your choice and sample some of Montréal’s most delectable
culinary treats. A great opportunity to reconnect with old
friends and to meet new ones in a relaxing ambience.
Included in the registration fee
Thursday, October 4
Additional fees applicable
An array of products, publications and services of interest to those involved in Palliative Care.See Our Exhibitors
Authors of recent publications that are relevant to the field will be on hand to sign copies of their books and chat with attendees.Book Signing Schedule
Experts in different aspects of Palliative Care will lead guided walks through the posters on display, focussing on those of particular interest or which raise issues of special concern. Opportunity for discussion with authors.Guided Poster Walks Schedule
Start the day in the company of like-minded colleagues who like to clear the morning cobwebs with a brisk stroll in the crisp October air!
Bringing together much of the Canadian and international Palliative Care community, the Congress provides an excellent opportunity for organizations to hold meetings in Montréal. The Congress Secretariat will help to find a venue and publicize the meeting.See Related Meetings Schedule
An opportunity for bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral students, as well as postdoctoral fellows to meet colleagues who share common interests in death, dying and bereavement, and to establish networks for future research and clinical collaborations.See Student Activites