Hosted by Queen's University
The Canadian Undergraduate Conference on Healthcare (CUCOH) is a three-day student-run conference at Queen's University held annually in November. CUCOH exposes undergraduate students to a wide array of professions in the healthcare industry through inspiring keynotes, collaborative case challenges, interactive workshops and a research competition 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 welcoming over 360 delegates and 100 industry professionals from across the nation. As a conference, we strive to enhance one’s education by offering our delegates the chance to:
CUCOH hopes to provide an enriching experience for any undergraduate student, even those not pursuing a healthcare related degree, with a glimpse at the intellectual and political climates of the healthcare environment in which tomorrow’s professionals will be working. When our delegates register for our conference they will be able to pick workshop rotations and case challenges topics that fit their interests for our Breakout Sessions, to make our conference uniquely their own! The types of experiences a delegate will participate in throughout our conference are the following:
You can get an idea of what a typical day at CUCOH is like and how all these activities come together to create a unique conference experience below.