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The 4th International Conference on Medical and Health Science is a great scientific event for the professionals, scientists, students, and other personnel from the science community to show their iconic works and share ideas to promote knowledge. This event is anticipated to enhance thoughts, kick-in ideas, and develop international scientific relations. The conference covers a wide range of topics that include public health and epidemiology, mental health and psychology, internal medicine, anesthesiology, neurology, dermatology, alternative medicine, ophthalmology, general surgery, cardiology, oncology, and so on.

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The largest and oldest scientific meeting of its kind in Canada, the CSEP annual conference attracts over 500 of Canada’s leading exercise scientists, clinical exercise physiologists and personal trainers.

From prestigious awards to knowledge translation to mentoring and networking, there is something for everyone at CSEP 2022.

The 2022 Field Hockey Canada Conference is a three-day online event held from May 3–May 5, 2022. The second edition of this conference will aim to engage and inspire while relying on True Sport values, such as respect, fairness and inclusion.

Featuring various experts and speakers from diverse professional backgrounds, the event will encapsulate all aspects of the industry in a way that gives back to the community and celebrates the strength of our numbers.

register here for free!

-Event Schedule

Tuesday May 3 – DAY 1

Keynote – TBD

Morning session: Women in Sports

Time: 12pm PT  / 3pm ET

Presenters – Jenn Swagar, Mataya Jim, TBD (Moderated by Grace Li)

Inclusivity, recruitment, and retention. Field Hockey Canada invites the community to have a constructive and collaborative workshop led by industry professionals and hockey community members about how we can best include and keep women in sport at all levels.

Afternoon Session: Community Roundtable

Time: 2pm PT / 5pm ET

Moderated by Field Hockey Canada Staff – Jenn Beagan, Grace Li, Hailey Yhap and Kevin Underhill

Share and learn about field hockey experiences throughout the country via this roundtable discussion, where we will address two prominent topics that our community currently faces.

Wednesday May 4 – DAY 2

Morning Session: Community and Culture

Time: 10am PT / 1pm ET

Presenters: Sandeep Chopra & panellists (TBD)

Learn how culture plays a critical role in the field hockey community and what we can do to better enhance it to become a more open, inclusive and united sport.

Afternoon Session: Session Planning for Coaches

Time: 12pm PT / 3pm ET

Presenter: Jennifer Misurelli

Learn how to promote mental health through coaching practices and create programs with mental health and safe sport in mind.

Time: Afternoon Session: Concussion Awareness and Education

Time: 1:30pm PT / 4:30pm ET

Presenters: Kate Perry & Ayesha Koome

Join our sport medical professional presenters in a discussion and workshop covering concussion safety in hockey. Increase your understanding of the concussion protocol and make sure everyone on the field is aware.

Thursday May 5 – DAY 3

Morning Session: Mental Wellness in Sport

Time: 9:30am PT / 12:30pm ET

Presenter: Dr. Katy Kamkar

Join the hockey community in a discussion about mental health and wellness from a sports perspective. Watch a presentation and engage in a workshop about mental wellness techniques and strategies for managing mental health challenges with your sport.

Afternoon Session: The importance of umpiring and officiating in hockey

Time: 11:30am PT / 2:30pm ET

Presenter: Lelia Sacre

The recruitment and retainment of officials and umpires is a critical challenge in the Canadian hockey community. Learn how can we, as a community, get more officials involved in the game and keep them involved. Hear from an international umpire and discuss the next steps for our national community.


The CSCA is proud to once again bring together a diverse panel of speakers, from across the nation, for our annual conference.

This year, we welcome Dr. Stuart McGill as our Opening Key Note on Friday May 6th just prior to the Town Hall. Additionally, following the Key Note address, we will provide a unique networking opportunity as part of the annual Town Hall. You will have the option to choose from four (4) focus topics mediated by our Board of Directors, that will look to foster meaningful discussion with practitioners and support staff within the same industry scope across the country. The balance of the conference sessions will occur on Saturday May 7th.

Don’t miss our Town Hall on Friday May 6th, where we will be sharing details and discussing Membership and Insurance options coming May 2022.

Registration goes live Monday March 28th, $35 early bird (until April 8th), $50 general admission.

Check out our website for the detailed schedule on our speakers;

**This conference attendance can be used as CEU’s for a variety of organizations. You will have to check with your organization to see how they are applied and their requirements. You will be provided with a certificate of completion following the conference.

SPORT EVENTS CONGRESS (SEC) is Canada’s largest gathering of organizations connected to the $7.4 billion+ sport tourism industry in Canada. SEC22 will appeal to delegates from 4 main sectors of the industry: sport organizations who own the rights to events, destinations who are actively hosting sport events in their communities,  suppliers to the sport tourism industry, and the education sector. SEC22 has been designed to help facilitate the recovery of sport hosting. The SEC22 program is interactive, educational, offers opportunities for business-to-business networking, and evening social events (including an Edmonton Oilers game).

Early bird registration fees are in effect until March 29th.

The CIAAA National Athletic Directors Conference offers a mixture of content, networking, and social opportunities creating a dynamic, customizable, Athletic Director centered professional development experience.

The Leadership Training Program Courses (LTP) are the highlight of our PD opportunities. Further details and course descriptions can be found on the schedule portion of the website. One LTP course of your choosing is included in your conference registration fee and up to 4 more can be added at a discounted price.

Our 60-minute Workshops offer quicker exposure to valuable and relevant information on the indicated topic. All workshop sessions are included in the conference fee. Workshops will be recorded and available following the conference if you are unable to attend all the workshops you are interested in.

This year we are featuring three full-conference general sessions with phenomenal speakers, Marnie McBean, and Angus Reid. Our third full conference session is an Athletic Director forum where you will be able to talk, share your ideas, and ask questions on relevant topics in school athletics.

Take advantage of the Safe Sport workshop to work on your Safe Sport policies.

The goal of this workshop is to help your organization align your policies, be in good standing with stakeholders, and bring your community together around the importance of Safe Sport.

Before coming together to work on your safe sport policies, it is important to have the following information at hand:

In honor of Women’s History Month and the Paralympic Games, join us for a panel discussion of inspiring leaders sharing their athlete &  coaching journeys and passion for creating a safer and more inclusive sport system.  The event takes place virtually March 23 from 2-3:30 PM (EST). 

Meet our distinguished host and panelists:  

Mike Frogley (Host) 

Mike is a summer Paralympic High-Performance Advisor at Own the Podium and former Canadian Men’s Wheelchair Basketball Team Member and Head Coach.  

Stephanie Dixon 

Stephanie is a coach and Master’s student. She previously competed in three Paralympic Games, taking home seven gold medals and setting multiple world records. 

Colette Bourgonje 

Colette is a coach and former Winter and Summer Paralympian. She is a recipient of the Whang
Youn Dai Achievement Award and an inductee in Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame. 

Jenny Davey 

Jenny is a Para sailing coach and the current Manager, Paralympic Pathways at the Canadian Paralympic. 

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The 2022 Atlantic Speed Power Coaching Summit will be held virtually April 9 & 10, 2022. Our speaker presentations, held over two days, will offer fantastic professional development opportunities on a range of topics including, plyometric training for speed acquisition, Olympic lifting, Jumps Takeoff Mechanics, Long Term Athlete Development, The Path to Excellence: A View on Athletic Development from Youth to Elite, and a keynote presentation from famed coach, Frank Dick, titled “Making Excellence Possible”. Two FREE sessions have been included April 7 and April 13 where you can be part of the coaches roundtable discussions on everything speed and power. The conference targets coaches, leaders and athletes in speed and power events and is open to all. Join these expert speakers as they share their knowledge and insights from the comfort of your own home.


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RCCSS(C) Spring Conference

Actionable Analytics: Using sports technology to inform your practice.

April 3rd,  1 Day virtual event

Registration fee $125, $100 for students and residents

Incredible speaker lineup, moderated by MC Steve Fleck

Scott Livingston, Matt Jordan, Courtney Brown, Ina Janssen, Dan Ogborn, Tim Gabbett