Cascadia 2020 – Annual Symposium on Environmental, Occupational, and Public Health

Occupational, Environmental, and Public Health Conference

Cascadia 2020 – Innovative Approaches for a Planet in Crisis

January 9 – 10, 2020

Quality Hotel and Conference Centre, Abbotsford, BC, Canada

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Bates Memorial Lecturer

Dr. Craig Stephen, DVM, PhD, Executive Director of the Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative More info here

“Health and Environment in the Anthropocene”

 

PROGRAM AND PRESENTER INFO

We invite you to view the Cascadia 2020 Program.

REGISTRATIONRegistration requested by December 20th

Registration fee: $220.00 CAD includes conference meals. Register at: https://events.eply.com/Cascadia2020.

ACCOMODATION

Room rate: $105.00 (plus taxes) CAD. Book your room at: Quality Hotel & Conference Centre 604-870-1050 or 1-888-411-1070. Block room rate under “School of Population and Public Health” only available by phone

Free parking available at the Hotel.

Googlemaps directions to Quality Hotel & Conference Centre

SPECIAL EVENT – FIELD TRIP

On January 10th, we are offering a trip to Agriculture Innovation Centre “Can fish poop help to feed a hungry planet?” See solutions in action from organic dairy to hydroponics to hurricane-resistant greenhouses – interactive experience! Cost $30.00 register here

 

This intimate conference provides faculty, staff and students a forum to share new ideas and current or evolving research through plenary sessions, short (20 minute) podium presentations, ignite presentations (5 min) and posters, small group discussion, and socializing. There will be plenary and concurrent tracks focused on Occupational Health, Environmental Health, or general Public Health.

If you are interested in presenting at the conference (including videos!), or coordinating a small group discussion, email a suggested title, your contact information (indicate whether you are faculty, staff or student) and brief description to the contact for your University (noted below). Research presented need not be completed for participation in this conference.

SFU Ryan Allen allenr@sfu.ca

OSU Perry Hystad phystad@gmail.com

UBC Karen Bartlett karen.bartlett@ubc.ca

UW nseixas@uw.edu