Due to Covid-19 and unknowing what the fall may bring, Osteoporosis Canada has made the decision to postpone the Canadian Musculoskeletal Conference (CMC) scheduled for November 20, 2020.

The new date for the CMC is now June 17 & 18, 2021 in Toronto.

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Canadian Musculoskeletal Conference
Presented by Osteoporosis Canada | June 17 & 18, 2021 | Toronto

National Conference on Osteoporosis & Musculoskeletal Health

This premier conference is an outstanding forum for clinicians, researchers and trainees with an interest in musculoskeletal health, with a particular focus on osteoporosis and osteoarthritis. Participants will hear from internationally and nationally recognized speakers. The venue is set up to promote mentorship, education and networking.

There will be a Young Investigator’s Day for trainees held prior.

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CMC 2018

Osteoporosis Canada hosted the 2nd Canadian Musculoskeletal Conference on muscle and bone May 3 – 5, 2018. Over 200 delegates from across Canada attended this three day event.

The program included a trainee meeting for young investigators and a two day program targeting various topics on Bone and Muscle Health.

The Young Investigator Day included an abstract poster session. The posters were created to showcase Canadian research in bone by young investigators. Events like the CMC help to build the next generation of osteoporosis leaders by giving junior researchers the chance to attend the conference and share their work.

The two day program, based on evaluations received was a great success and met the goals outlined by the speakers. The event was accredited by the University of Toronto and endorsed by the International Osteoporosis Foundation.

As a champion for better bone health, sharing new research is key to helping Canadians across the country lead full, healthy lives with osteoporosis. And bone health experts did just that at the 2nd Canadian Musculoskeletal Conference (CMC).