Welcome to CANOSC

Mary Ann Keenan & Phillippe Denormandie Prizes

CANOSC is pleased to offer two awards in honour of two pioneers in neuro-orthopedics:

  1. Professor Emeritus Mary Anne Keenan Prize (Collaborative Care)
  2. Professor Phillippe Denormandie Prize - (Neurosurgical)

The essay should review a topic relevant to spasticity including but not limited to: treatment, collaborative care, neuro-orthopedics etc…

These prizes will consist of a $1,000 CAD stipend, accommodation and registration to attend our yearly CANOSC congress (Typically held in May).

Awards categories:

  1. Resident physicians, or surgeon in training
  2. Interdisciplinary/multidisciplinary team members.

Submit applications to: canosc@eventsmgt.com

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About Us

Canadian Advances in Neuro-Orthopedics for Spasticity Consortium(CANOSC)

Our Mission

To provide innovation, instill confidence and competency, through education and collaboration for enhancement of spasticity care

Our Goal

We hope with collaborative care to build a National Canadian Strategy for Neuro-Orthopedics.

Our Mission

To provide innovation, instill confidence and competency, through education and collaboration for enhancement of spasticity care.

Our Focus

Focused on improving spasticity outcomes, with novel approaches,  with an national and international experts.  We encourage all spasticity and peripheral nerve experts to collaborate and learn.

Our Goals

To provide high-yield educational exchanges, to enhance national and international collaborative experiences, through virtual and in person continuing professional development (CPD)

  • To provide high-yield educational exchanges, to enhance national and international collaborative experiences, through virtual and in person continuing professional development (CPD),
  • To lead and influence changes in CPD,
  • To improve patient care and,
  • To develop novel treatments strategies for spasticity management,
  • To encourage and nurture “real-world” collaborative spasticity research.

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Acknowledgement

We respectfully acknowledge the land on which all of the CANOSC Board of Directors, faculty, members, and secretariat work, study and live. We acknowledge our presence from coast to coast, on the traditional territories of many Indigenous peoples, including the First Nations, Inuit, and Metis peoples. We share this acknowledgement with the intention to honour the past and contribute to advancing the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action, as a step towards reconciliation.