The 2006 CORA Annual Meeting is being held once again in conjunction with the COA and CORS Annual Meeting. The CORA meeting will take place one day before the COA meeting. We encourage all residents to stay on after the CORA meeting to attend the COA conference.
The meetings main event this year is already the envy of many other associations. The Canadian public and private health care systems debate has been ruling the headlines this year through an automated audience response system, well be asking what YOUR view is on the following resolution: Canadian governments should encourage more private finance and for-profit delivery within our health care system. At the CORA meeting you will get to see Drs. Michael Rachlis (renowned author and consultant in health policy analysis) and Brian Day (Candidate President-Elect of the Canadian Medical Association) debate the topic thats been front page news.
Dr. Michael Rachlis
Dr. Brian Day
Twenty resident research presentations will be presented at the podium by residents from across the country.
The Wednesday night welcome party and the Thursday night gala party will be held at some of Torontos finest nightspots. Locations will be posted on the CORA web site shortly.
ELIGIBILITY All PGY 1-5 Canadian orthopaedic residents *Residents who will have written their exams in 2006 remain eligible to register
What is YOUR opinion on the following resolution: Canadian governments should encourage more private finance and for-profit delivery within our health care system.
Drs. Michael Rachlis (Toronto, ON) and Brian Day (Vancouver, BC) will debate the topic thats been making headlines. See this years guest speakers debate the public and private health care systems at the CORA Annual Meeting.
TENTATIVE SCHEDULE (subject to changes)
Wednesday, May 31
CORA Welcome Party
Rooftop patio of the: Club Ménage
333 King St. West
No cover charge
No line up
Dress code: No hats, ripped jeans or running shoes