C-OPN and Parkinson Canada public events – Cancellation During this global outbreak of COVID-19 (also known as novel coronavirus), Parkinson Canada and its partners are implementing proactive ways to help manage the risk and reduce potential spread of this disease to those most vulnerable.
Until further notice, in-person public meetings will not be held. Public education events for the strong>Canadian Open Parkinson Network scheduled for Calgary (March 31), Edmonton (April 2) and Vancouver (April 4) have been cancelled. Additional decisions to cancel public meetings and events may be posted, as we evaluate the risks for you and our community.
Please visit copn-rpco.ca or parkinson.ca for more details and information about how to manage risk and be prepared. New dates and times will be posted after the threat of Covid-19 is eliminated. Thank you for understanding.
On behalf of Parkinson Canada and our partners, you are cordially invited to a special event, where you will hear from Dr. Martin McKeown, University of British Columbia and Co-principal Investigator of C-OPN.
Learn how C-OPN is building capacity, increasing awareness and accelerating the path to better treatments and to a cure for Parkinson’s disease. Hear from a person with Parkinson’s about their first-hand experience as a participant in the C-OPN Patient Registry and why they enrolled.
When you attend in person, you will also receive complimentary copies of new program materials including ACT on Time™ and the Canadian Guideline for Parkinson Disease, 2nd Edition.
Registration is required
Library Square Conference Centre,
Alice MacKay Room, Lower Level,
350 West Georgia, Vancouver, BC