28th Annual Lupus Wellness & Education Symposium

par BC Lupus Society

  • samedi, 18 novembre 2017 de 8:45 Matin à 4:15 Après-midi (HNP)
  • St. Paul's Hospital 1081 Burrard St., Vancouver, BC V6Z 1Y6

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Saturday November 18th

28th Annual Wellness & Education


St. Paul's Hospital


$5 Member Price to celebrate 40th Anniversary!

Cullen Family Lecture Theatre

Providence Building, Level 1

Video Conferencing locations: Prince George, Victoria, Nanaimo, Terrace, Trail, Courtenay, Abbotsford, Kelowna

Includes Breakfast, Beverage Breaks, Lunch, Conference Bag



PUT ON PURPLE and Join us at the SYMPOSIUM

Free Registration for Med students & Med professionals

Note: Parking at St. Paul's in subsidized by BC Lupus.

Understanding your Bloodwork - sponsored by LifeLabs 

Dr. Kristin Hauff, Clinical Biochemist, LifeLabs; Clinical Instructor Dept of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine UBC

Family Panel - Lupus Affects More than the Patient

Sherry Taylor: 5O years of Living with Lupus with daughter Devon Taylor & Sister Sally Alston 

Lupus Refresher - What you Forgot, or Never Knew!

Dr. Jennifer Reynolds, Lupus Clinic Director, Clinical Assistant Professor Dept. of Rheumatology UBC

Pregnancy & Lupus

Dr. Neda Amiri, Clinical Instructor Div of Rheumatology, UBC, staff Rheumatologist at St. Paul's and Vancouver General Hospitals.

What You Can See & What You Can't - Chronic Pain

Dr. Judy Le Page, R. Psych, Adjunct Professor Dept. of Rheumatology UBC

Expert Panel Q&A - Your Chance to Ask the Experts

Mindi Cofman, Moderator

Progrès réalisés dans l’atteinte de l’objectif visé

Jours pour acheter


St. Paul's Hospital
1081 Burrard St., Vancouver, BC V6Z 1Y6

18 novembre 2017
samedi, 18 novembre 2017 8:45 Matin (HNP)


Volunteers Needed for

Vancouver Symposium

Call 604.714.5564 ASAP


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888 W. 8th Avenue, #210
Vancouver , BC
V5Z 3Y1

À propos de cet organisme

For 40 years, BC Lupus Society has offered a provincial lupus program which includes lupus research, lupus education, support, and public awareness. The program is made possible through revenue from donations and fundraising activities, funding from the BC Gaming Commission and the efforts of many volunteers throughout BC. The program benefits an estimated 40,000 BC residents consisting of lupus patients, patient’s family and caretakers. The program is effective in reducing disability, and the economic burden of social and health care costs.