In addition to more than 600 oral and poster presentations that will occur at the Congress, there are more than 40 non-abstract activities integrated into the scientific program. These activities include: plenaries, panel and roundtable discussions, workshops, debates, and tabletop exercises. The vast majority of these additions to the scientific program are included in the Congress registration fee.
The Congress Committee is pleased to announce that the WADEM Congress 2017 has been awarded CME accreditation! Delegates will now be able to receive up to 23 CME points for their participation.
This year’s Congress will be WADEM’s 20th biennial meeting of global experts to exchange knowledge and best practices on prehospital and in-hospital emergency medical care, disaster health and response, and emergency public health and safety. Co-hosted by the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and the CBRNE Collaborative, the Congress will take place from 25-28 April 2017 in the vibrant city of Toronto, Canada.
The WADEM Congress is one of the largest inter-professional gatherings worldwide hosting delegates from over 50 countries in addition to participation from organizations such as World Health Organization, International Red Cross/Crescent, Médecins Sans Frontières, Evidence Aid, US Library of Medicine, and more.