Calgary Education Day 2018

by Lupus Society of Alberta

  • Saturday, 03 November 2018 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (MDT)
  • Kahanoff Centre 200 105-12 Ave SE, Calgary, AB T2G 1A1

Ticket Information

Ticket sales for this event are now closed.


Education Day: The Role of Genetics and Ethnicity in Lupus will be held on the 2nd Floor of the Kahanoff Centre (105-12 Ave SE, Calgary AB, T2G 1A1) on November 3, 2018.

This space is wheelchair accessible.


The program is as follows:

  • 9:00am - Check in and registration

  • 9:30am - Keynote speaker Christine Peschken, MD, MSc, FRCPC, on CaNIOS research and First Nations clinical experience

  • 10:45am - Deborah Levy, MD, MSc, FRCPC, on paediatric lupus

  • 11:45am - Britt Simmons, MD, on hospital procedures

  • 12:15pm - Lunch (*Option to buy lunch ticket with registration)

  • 1:15pm - Ann Clarke, MD, MSc, FRCPC, on Accessing Healthcare Panel with Dr. Peschken, Dr. Levy, and Dr. Simmons

  • 2:15pm - Lorie Jane Bagay, RN, on practicing self-care with lupus

  • 2:45pm - Kacy Nishimura, BSc, MScPT, on physiotherapy and gentle exercise for lupus patients

  • 4:00pm - Closing

There is no charge to attend Education Day. Attendees can purchase a $20 lunch ticket with registration (please note any food restrictions at the time of registration), or have the option to bring their own lunch or explore food options nearby.

Please register by October 26, 2018. You can register online through our Canada Helps page, or by calling into us Toll Free at 1-888-242-9182, or at 403-228-7956.

Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns.

Goal Progress

Days to Buy


Kahanoff Centre
200 105-12 Ave SE, Calgary, AB T2G 1A1

3 November 2018
Saturday, 3 November 2018 9:00 AM (MDT)


Questions about this event?

Lupus Society of Alberta
Suite 900 105-12 Ave SE
Calgary , AB
T2G 1A1

About This Charity

The Lupus Society of Alberta is dedicated to providing education and support on lupus and lupus related issues, and enabling research to improve quality of life. Our vision is to educate, empower, and improve outcomes for people affected by lupus.