CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: HNATYSHYN LECTURE 2021
Heart & Stroke in collaboration with the Canadian Stroke Consortium and Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery is excited to announce nominations are open for the 2021 Hnatyshyn Lecture.
This prestigious lectureship recognizes a healthcare professional who has made a significant and positive impact in the field of stroke and brain health. It is open to experts working in any discipline across stroke research, practice, and health systems in Canada whose contribution has taken place over a period of time or is a significant innovation in clinical management, systems, technologies, products, programs, or policies.
The 2021 Hnatyshyn lecture will be a feature event at the virtual Ottawa Stroke Summit, on November 26, 2021, and will be free and open to anyone who would like to attend.
Nominate a stroke professional who has made a significant contribution
If you know someone deserving of this important recognition, please consider nominating them. Self-nominations will not be accepted. More information including the selection criteria and process is available on the Canadian Stroke Best Practices website –available here. Nominations close on July 25, 2021.
Please share this announcement across the stroke community in Canada.
Please submit any questions regarding this lectureship to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nieboer Lecture 2021
Announcing a new lecture for extraordinary individuals who have been touched by stroke
Named in honour of Louise and Frank Nieboer, this new lecture will acknowledge and honor outstanding members of the stroke community who have directly experienced or been impacted by stroke, and who have selflessly turned their personal experiences into a mission to help others travelling a similar journey.
Louise experienced a stroke at age 32 and has spent her life continually making gains and providing hope and inspiration to others, along with the continuous unwavering support of her husband Frank.
The inaugural Nieboer lecture will be a feature event at the virtual Ottawa Stroke Summit, on November 26, 2021, and will be free and open to anyone who would like to atten
Recognize someone who has made a difference in the lives of people living with stroke
The Nieboer lecture is open to individuals, couples or families who have made a significant contribution to positively impacting the lives of people who experience stroke.
If you know an individual, couple or family who has made a significant and positive impact on stroke recovery, systems of care or support for people with lived experience of stroke in Canada please consider nominating them. Self-nominations will not be accepted.
More information including the selection criteria and the process is available on the Canadian Stroke Best Practices website – available here. Nominations close on July 25, 2021.
For questions regarding this lectureship, please submit to email@example.com.