PLEASE NOTE: The annual conference will be held in a hybrid format: in-person and virtually. Please feel free to choose the best format for you.
The Centre for Clinical Research in Health at Concordia consists of an extensive group of active members who conduct health research across biological, psychological, and sociocultural levels of understanding. Members are united in their focus on people who suffer from, or are at risk for, physical and mental illness.
Recent work from the core members' labs will be presented during symposia.
Presentations centered around theoretical and methodological issues in health research will be led by guest speakers and CCRH Members, providing opportunities for informal Q&A and discussion.
Two panel sessions — symposia — will be held to discuss the work of faculty, graduate and undergraduate students.
During the afternoon, a poster presentation will be held. Rapid three-minute presentations of the students’ work will be available online as well as in-person. Prizes will be awarded for the best poster presentation.
The annual conference features innovative current work conducted by the center members.
The conference will be held in hybrid format. There will be two options to attend: in-person or virtually. Please feel free to choose the best format for you.
Our keynote speaker, Stephanie Fitzpatrick, will present her work on implementing evidence-based behavioural interventions for diabetes prevention and obesity in health systems.