CCRC 2023

Updates & Important Info

June 15, 2022 Update:

We are pleased to advise all current course registrants that the access to the course website will remain open for a full calendar year from the live course. Access to the website will be open until February 28, 2023.

All handouts can be downloaded as PDF’s until February 28, 2023. Streamed videos will be available for online viewing only until the course closure.

SAVE THE DATE!

A mini session of live discussions and Q&A for the core PMR topics will be held virtually on

Sat., Oct. 15, 2022 | 1100-1530 ET / 0800-1230 PT

Further details to register for this live virtual session will be coming soon.

Welcome to the 12th Canadian Comprehensive Review Course in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (CCRC 2022)!

It has been 22 years since this course was started in 2000. It has grown from 25 participants at the first course to over 90 participants today, attracting global participation. Your participation and feedback continue to elevate this course to great heights.

The Review Course has always been a place where we create a community of practice of physiatrists across Canada and internationally. We hope that you will form lasting friendships that will continue throughout your career and beyond.

We are excited to share this rendition of the course in its hybrid format, with over 40 hours of recorded lecture content, review questions with discussion forum, and live sessions in February for further questions and discussions. We look forwarding to “seeing” you all at the live sessions soon!

Acknowledgement

We respectfully acknowledge the land on which all of the CCRC 2022 course faculty, participants, and development team work, study and live. We acknowledge our presence from coast to coast, on the traditional territories of many Indigenous peoples, including the First Nations, Inuit, and Metis peoples. We share this acknowledgement with the intention to honor the past and contribute to advancing the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action, as a step towards reconciliation.