Call for Symposium Proposals

The CNS is seeking conference symposium proposals for the 2022 Annual Conference to be held May 5-7, in Edmonton, AB.. Submissions are sought from CNS members in good standing. CNS encourages symposia that reflects the basic and clinical membership and the incorporation of these perspectives in our sessions. The tremendous success of the conference year after year is due in large part to the efforts of submissions by its members addressing timely and cutting-edge advances in nutritional sciences. The conference is organized into three underlying themes including biomedical, clinical and community. When submitting your proposal, please identify potential speakers and their potential perspective. CNS anticipates in-person participation for the 2022 Annual Conference with a possibility of some virtual attendance options available. Stay tuned for more information.

Proposals are due Fri Oct. 22, 2021


Contact Information

Title: *   


First Name: *   
Last Name: *   
Organization: *   
Address: *   
City: *   
Province: *   
topics:postal_code *   
Phone Number: *   
Email: *   

Session Information:

All sessions presented in English.

Session Title: *   
Session Description: *   
Learning Objectives: *   

Session Format:

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* Regular symposia are 75 mins in length – brief introduction, followed by two invited speakers and potentially one short abstract presentation selected by the session chairs from abstract/poster submissions.

Session Category:

Session Category: *   




Speakers:

CNS encourages symposia that reflects the basic and clinical membership and the incorporation of these perspectives in our sessions. Please identify potential speakers and their potential perspective.

Speakers will be formally invited by the Conference Planning Committee

Recommended Session Chair (Typically the Session Chair is the submitter): *   
Recommended Speaker #1: *     Type: *    
Recommended Speaker #2: *     Type: *    

NOTE: All CNS Conference Speakers and Chairs are required to complete a Confidentiality and Conflict of Interest (COI)/Disclosure Statement and include a slide with this information at the start of the session/talk. This is an important step in our goal to be transparent in all of our activities, and to remain a credible and respected organization.

Are you willing to accept one to two abstract submissions to be included in the session (if appropriate)?:*   

Sponsorship:

If possible, please indicate potential sponsors who may wish to support this session. Please provide the organization’s name(s) and contact information (if available).

Potential Sponsor(s):   

NOTE: The CNS typically receives more proposals than program slots available at our Annual Conference. When possible, we will combine similar proposals or recommend topics to be included as potential CNS webinars. Submitting a proposal does not guarantee a spot within the Annual Conference program or other CNS event.


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