Obesity Canada is proud to support the six host organizations coming together at Vascular 2023.

Canada is at the forefront of Vascular-related research and science. Here is your opportunity to hear directly – in person – from leading researchers, physicians, clinicians and your peers. 

This five day event is an opportunity to address the challenges posed by the treatment and care of vascular diseases, which affect millions of Canadians each year.

Together, we will promote the many benefits of a truly connected Canadian vascular community.

One Registration Fee – Six Hosts – Thousands of Connections 

Host Organizations: Canadian Cardiovascular Society, Canadian Society of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Canadian Venous Thromboembolism Research Network, Diabete Quebec, Diabetes Canada, Thrombosis Canada

We’re calling upon our amazing membership and community to join us at this high-quality event. It’s an incredible opportunity to engage with the forefront of Vascular-related research and science in Canada.

Join us in-person and connect directly with leading researchers, physicians, clinicians, and your peers over five informative days.

This conference will address the pressing challenges posed by the treatment and care of vascular diseases, which impact millions of Canadians annually.

Together, we will make a significant difference in this field.

Obesity Canada has organized three sessions on Vascular Day. Details of each session are below.

Poster for a medical seminar titled "insights into obesity intervention across the lifespan" with speakers' names and event details, sponsored by obesity canada and vascular canada.
Promotional poster for a webinar titled "obesity and cardiovascular disease," listing topics, speakers, and event details scheduled for october 25, 3:15 - 4:15 pm, with obesity canada and vascular canada logos.
Promotional graphic for a webinar on "mental health and chronic diseases in women" featuring dr. dayna lee-baggley and dr. sanjeev sockalingam on october 27, from 3:15 to 4:15 pm et, hosted by obesity canada.