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INoPSU Meeting Update

03-Aug-2016

INoPSU symposium and business meeting papers released

The final meeting agenda for our upcoming INoPSU symposium and business meeting, scheduled for Tuesday 16 August 2016, has now been formalised.
The INoPSU executive are very excited to welcome delegates to beautiful Vancouver, Canada and are confident that the scientific meeting will be both stimulating and productive. This meeting is being generously sponsored by the Public Health Agency of Canada, and the INoPSU are pleased to welcome Public Health Agency program lead Jay Onysko to the meeting.

Meeting packages will be distributed on site, however, a PDF copy of all materials will be circulated in advance for those who prefer digital documents. 

Importantly, this Symposium will launch the Dr. Danielle Grenier Award, to be presented to an individual who has made an exceptional contribution to the study of rare childhood diseases using surveillance research. We are honoured to have Dr. Luc Charette and Laurent, Dr. Grenier's husband and son, attend the morning scientific session.  Details regarding the award will be circulated in the complete meeting package.

Feel free to contact Charlotte Moore-Hepburn (charlottemh@cps.ca) or Melanie Laffin (melaniel@cps.ca) with any questions or concerns.  

Travel safely, and we will look forward to seeing you all in British Columbia.
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