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Prognostic Testing and What It Means to Ocular Melanoma Patients

In this webinar, Katherina Alsina, PhD, Castle BioSciences, Dr. Ezekiel Weis, Provincial Medical Lead, Alberta Ocular Brachytherapy Program, and Dr. Marcus Butler, Medical Oncologist, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, will help patients understand prognostic testing when diagnosed with Ocular Melanoma. They will also discuss options for HCPs for prognostic testing, what it can mean to patients and how it can affect treatment decisions. The presentations will be followed by a live Q&A session. Register Now

Webinar: Food Insecurity and Relationship to Health

Date: September 22nd, 2022 Time: 12:00PM ET | 9:00AM PT REGISTER HERE: BIT.LY/PRE-SUMMIT2022 Moderator: Laura Tamblyn Watts, President & CEO, CanAge Panelists: Dr.Mustafa Koc, Professor at Department of Sociology, Ryerson University Dr. Hassan Vatanparast, Professor with a Joint Appointment to the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition and School of Public Health, University of Saskatchewan Dr.Lynn McIntyre, Professor Emerita of Community Health Sciences in the Department of Community Health Sciences, Member of the O’Brien Institute for Public Health in the Cumming School of Medicine at the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada  

Webinar: Haudenosaunee Foods as Medicine: Ogwayadadohgehsdoh

Date: October 4, 2022 Time: 12:00PM ET | 9:00AM PT REGISTER HERE: BIT.LY/PRE-SUMMIT2022 Moderator: Sharon Clarke Speaker: Deyowidron’t Morrow, Haudenosaunee Registered Dietitian   This foundational webinar presented by Deyowidron’t Morrow, Haudenosaunee Registered Dietitian, will discuss the definition of food sovereignty and contextualize the Haudenosaunee worldview of food and food systems. She will share research on:  First Nations and urban Aboriginal food insecurity, Traditional vs store-bought foods, Traditional food safety/contamination and community water safety/contamination, Traditional foods’ nutritional value and benefits, Health status and health literacy, and Barriers to traditional foods. She will discuss how Aboriginal communities possess unique strengths related to harvesting, sharing and consumption of traditional foods plus community-based, cultural reclamation initiatives, and  explore opportunities for education and community mobilization.

Webinar: Value-Based Health Care: From Concepts to Impact on Resilient Healthcare Systems and Beyond

Date: October 12, 2022 Time: 12:00PM ET | 9:00AM PT REGISTER HERE: BIT.LY/PRE-SUMMIT2022 Moderator: Louise Binder, health policy consultant, Save Your Skin Foundation Speakers: Eva Villalba, Executive Director, Coalition Priorité cancer au Québec (Québec Cancer Coalition) / directrice générale de la Coalition priorité cancer au Québec Louise Binder, health policy consultant, Save Your Skin Foundation Eva Villalba is the Executive Director of the Quebec Cancer Coalition, an influential Canadian non-profit patient advocacy group dedicated to improving the Quebec health-care system for people affected by cancer. Since 2008, she has been involved in health-care charities, advocacy groups and non-profits. Eva is the first Quebecker and Canadian to obtain a graduate degree in Value-Based Health Care (VBHC) with a MSc. in Health Care Transformation at the University of Texas at Austin. She is also the co-chair of the Resilient Healthcare Coalition (RHC), has a VBHC Green Belt Certification from VBHC Center Europe and is their official Canadian Ambassador. Eva is a fierce patient advocate and believes strongly in the potential of Canadian health-care systems to be world-class leaders in Value-Based Health Care.