WELCOME TO CUCOH
NOVEMBER 9TH - 11TH
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. Our mission is to create an environment that fosters a vibrant exchange of ideas between students and industry professionals to develop leadership, inspiration, and an understanding of the interdisciplinary nature of Canadian healthcare today.
WHAT WE OFFER
During the weekend, delegates will develop hands-on experience in our workshops, collaborate with fellow undergraduates in case challenges, explore research at our research competition, and hear from industry professionals about current healthcare trends and issues.
CUCOH welcomes undergraduate students from any degree program that share a common interest in the healthcare field and advanced post-secondary education. In 2017, delegates from 24 universities across Canada attended the conference.
We aim to create an environment where students can network with their peers, engage in meaningful discussions about the future of healthcare, and learn from industry professionals. Our workshops and competitions also provide opportunities to learn and apply key skills in scientific inquiry, communication, and collaboration. CUCOH provides a variety of opportunities to delegates, whether you would like to network, learn, or expand your skill set. Our registration system allows delegates to build personalized schedules depending on their specific interests.
WHEN WE BEGIN
Our 14th annual conference will focus on the theme, “The Future of Healthcare: A Multidisciplinary Approach,” and will be held at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario from November 9th-11th, 2018.
WHERE WE ARE
Queen’s University works with CUCOH to create an unforgettable conference every year. The university’s cutting-edge research facilities and medical school, as well as its proximity to local hospitals, make Queen’s a fantastic place to host the country’s largest undergraduate healthcare conference.
HOW TO ATTEND
Once registration begins you will be able to register and pay for your delegate ticket under our "Tickets" tab. Individual keynote tickets are also available for purchase. Alternatively, we also offer a variety of other ways to participate in our conference under our "Opportunities" tab.
The Canadian Undergraduate Conference on Healthcare would not be possible without the generosity of all our sponsors!