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Join us in dynamic Toronto, Ontario for:
WATCH YOUR STEP
2014 NATIONAL FALL PREVENTION CONFERENCE

Presented in partnership with the Falls & Mobility Network Meeting
This conference is co-hosted by the Ontario Injury Prevention Resource Centre located at Parachute, the BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit and the Toronto Rehabilitation Network. It is a follow-up to the highly successful, “sold out” First National Fall Prevention conference held in Vancouver, British Columbia in 2010. This high-calibre event will bring together experts from across Canada and around the world to share research excellence, clinical advances and policy innovations in fall and injury prevention among older adults. It is an exceptional opportunity for those who work with older adults in all settings: researchers, practitioners and policymakers in the field of seniors’ health and injury prevention.

Please do not miss this opportunity to hear from today’s foremost experts. You will leave inspired and enlightened!

Click here to register.

A special welcome from the conference co-chairs

“As co-chairs and on behalf of our many partners and sponsors we look forward to welcoming all of you to Toronto.We are excited to present a full agenda of ground-breaking research and new advances in practice, along with stimulating extra events and an array of high calibre keynote speakers who are internationally recognized as leaders in their fields. Fall prevention continues to be an area of tremendous concern and interest to anyone working with older people and this event will be source of excellent takeaway information.”

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Linda Yenssen B.Sc.N, R.N.
Manager, Ontario Injury Prevention Resource Centre

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Vicky Scott, RN, PhD
Senior Advisor, Fall and Injury Prevention, BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit, and Ministry of Health; Clinical Associate Professor, School of Population and Public Health, University of British Columbia

SPECIAL GUEST FITNESS LEADER

Clara Fitzgerald
Director, Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging (CCAA) Western University

CCAA is Canada’s leader in current research and program development for improved physical ability and healthy aging for older adults.

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