NOVEMBER 10 - 12, 2017
MEDICINE IN THE MODERN WORLD
The Canadian Undergraduate Conference on Healthcare (CUCOH) is a three-day conference that enables undergraduate students to engage in hands-on workshops, discussions and seminars that showcase the multidisciplinary nature of healthcare. Not only is CUCOH the largest conference at Queen’s University, but it is also the largest student-run healthcare conference of its kind in Canada. Last year, CUCOH was pleased to welcome over 375 undergraduate students from 21 universities across Canada.
CUCOH is committed to providing our delegates with a rewarding and eye-opening experience. We strive to select a diverse range of speakers, seminars, and discussion topics that are representative of some of the most pertinent and complex healthcare issues. Delegates engage in a wide variety of interactive workshops, including: suturing, casting, laparoscopic surgery, examining cadavers, and more!
Our 12th annual conference will focus on the theme, “A Global Perspective on Healthcare,” and will be held at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario from November 18th-20th, 2016. Our goal is for delegates to gain an understanding of what a profession in the healthcare industry involves—innovation, collaboration and a pursuit for improvement. It is our hope that tomorrow’s healthcare professionals begin fostering these qualities today, especially in light of an increasing demand for capable and well-rounded professionals that will make a difference in the Canadian healthcare industry. It is in this spirit of collaboration that we bring you the 12th annual Canadian Undergraduate Conference on Healthcare.
We look forward to seeing you at CUCOH 2016,
Vanessa Samuel and Nicka Kalaydina
Co-Chairs of CUCOH 2016