AFHTO 2022 Conference: announcing our closing speaker

September 16, 2022
Reconnect and Reimagine: moving forward together

 

Bee is smiling. She has an updo and is wearing hoop earrings, a blue and brown floral top with jeans and brown boots. She sits on a stool at an angle.

Featuring Bee Quammie
The Power and Pitfalls of Resilience

What if we didn’t need to be so resilient? Bee Quammie takes a new approach to addressing resilience by outlining the ongoing need to do the work for each other so that there are fewer obstacles to face that require such perseverance.

While it’s meaningful to celebrate the resilience of individuals, we must also push for change in the systems and norms that have made resilience a necessity for many. Full description here.

 

Register today!

New sessions

Hotel deadline Sep. 19
A block of rooms at the Sheraton has been set aside at a discounted rate. Book by September 19th to take advantage of the $285 group rate (plus tax, single/double occupancy); after this date, availability and prices cannot be guaranteed. Click here to book online.

Program host and other volunteer opportunities
One of our program hosts had to cancel so we have an opening! These volunteers help keep our sessions on track and get complimentary registration in return. See the role description here and email paula.myers@afhto.ca if you’re interested.

We also have volunteer opportunities onsite for deeply discounted registration, such as registration desk, attendee assistance at breakfast and lunch and wayfinding. Email us for more information.

Conference Highlights:

We’ll also release more information about other sessions so stay tuned!

Patients and students welcome! For general information, you can visit our conference page.  


We look forward to seeing you at the AFHTO 2022 Conference!