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CTO 2019 – Clinical Trials Conference 

March 27 & 28, 2019

Marriott Downtown Toronto Eaton Centre Hotel
525 Bay Street, Toronto, ON

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** Please note: Any registrants who did not authorize the use of their contact information, will not have their informaiton appear in the attendee list for the conference.  

Registration Fees

  Government, Academia, Member, Non Profit (member/affiliate) Industry, Private Sector (member/affiliate) Health Charities, Patient Groups CTO Participating Sites 
Early Bird
(December 21, 2018) 
Early Bird fee has closed
$225.00 $430.00 $150.00 $205.00
Regular $299.00 $499.00 $199.00 $269.00

Please see the registration for pre-conference workshop below.
Workshop Registration Fee
Research Ready Workshop 
Consenting Patients with Confidence:  A Workshop for Research Coordinators
Note: The two (2) workshops hosted on March 26 are not co-located, and we would appreciate attendees only registering for one workshop for March 26. If you have questions about the workshop, please contact Linnea Johnston (linnea.johnston@ctontario.ca) about the Research Ready workshop or Dawn Richards (dawn.richards@ctontario.ca) about the Improving Clinical Trials workshop. Agendas will be posted soon for these workshops.
March 26, 2019
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
MaRS Auditorium
MaRS Centre, South Tower
101 College Street, Toronto, ON 

Tools and Resources to Improve Clinical Trials through Patient Oriented Research
  • Date: March 26, 2019
  • Time: 11 am – 5:30 pm
  • Location: Pantages Hotel, 200 Victoria St, Toronto, ON 
The workshop is complimentary.

“Tools and Resources to Improve Clinical Trials through Patient Oriented Research” will provide a foundation for what patient-oriented research and patient engagement are, as well as provide tools and resources for participants to engage patients in new ways with their own work in clinical trials.

Who should attend the workshop?

The workshop is intended for people and patient partners of all backgrounds, and including new/early investigators or those who simply wish to learn more about patient-oriented research with respect to clinical trials.

The workshop will include presentations, breakout sessions, and opportunities for people to work together through case studies to help generate ideas and cement learning for their own day to day roles.

Workshop Learning Goal

From this workshop, attendees will learn more about the principles of patient-oriented research and how they can practically apply these principles (through use of specific tools and resources that will be presented) to their daily work in the clinical trials environment to help build clinical trials that are more relevant to potential participants.

*Please choose at least one fee before continuing


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