CSSH ANNUAL MEETING
JUNE 13th 2023 6 - 9 pm
FAIRMONT CHATEAU WHISTLER
CSSH Hand Surgery Scholarship
We are proud to announce that we offer a Hand Surgery Scholarship awarded at the CSSH annual meeting yearly.
The applicant must:
· Be in their final year of a Canadian residency program
· Be accepted to a one-year position as a hand surgery fellow
· Have demonstrated an interest in hand surgery through academic endeavors
Details regarding the 2023 Hand Surgery Scholarship will be shared as the annual meeting approaches.
Congratulations to 2022 recipient Dr. Jessica Winter from the University of Manitoba! See below photo of Dr. Winter receiving her award from CSSH President Dr. Avi Islur.
Dr. Winter receives the 2022 CSSH scholarship from President Dr. Avi Islur
Canadian residents and fellows at the 2022 ASSH Meeting in Boston
CSSH board members talking business
DR. HEATHER BALTZER
DR. DAVID TANG
DR. DOMINIQUE TREMBLAY
DR. AVI ISLUR
CSSH BOARD MEMBERS
DR. KEVIN CHEUNG
University of Ottawa
DR. JOSH GILLIS
Eastern Health Newfoundland
DR. RUBY GREWAL
MS. BARBARA JEMEC
Royal Free Hospital in London
DR. AARON KNOX
University of Calgary
DR. KEVIN ZUO
University of Toronto
DR. DON LALONDE
DR. STEFAN PADEANU
Université de Montréal
CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR SURGERY OF THE HAND
Exceeding Your Expectations
Stimulate interest and advance the knowledge in the practice and investigation of surgery of the hand.
Form an association whose objectives are the scientific co-operation and participation of its members.
Distribute information regarding clinical and basic scientific process in surgery of the hand.
Organize meetings, lectureships, foundations and other forms of participation, all of which are designed to enhance the study and practice of surgery of the hand or to contribute to the establishment of the same.
The official name of the Society is the Canadian Society for Surgery of the Hand or CSSH although some members may remember CSSH as MANUS. The Society is a corporation acting as a non-profit organization with specific objects as seen above.