Trauma 2014: The Trauma Association of Canada Annual Scientific Meeting

Trauma 2014: The Trauma Association of Canada Annual Scientific Meeting

Target Audience:

Trauma Surgeons, Injury Prevention Specialists, Emergency Physicians, Trauma Nurses, Anaesthetists, Intensivists, Trauma Coordinators, Trauma Registrars and Data Analysts, Allied Health Professionals, and Physician's Assistant.

Centre Mont-Royal
2200 Mansfield Street
Montreal QC
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Registration Desk Hours:




Wed, Apr 9

0700 - 1600

Level 3-Foyer Cartier

Thurs, Apr 10

0700 - 1900

Foyer & Mont-Royal 2

Fri, Apr 11

0700 - 1700

Foyer & Mont-Royal 2

Join us for the 2 day Trauma 2014 meeting, which will be of interest to Trauma Surgeons, Emergency Physicians, Trauma Coordinators, Trauma Data Analysts, Trauma Program Managers, and others with an interest in multidisciplinary trauma care. This year the conference will offer plenary sessions on current approaches to trauma care, multidisciplnary discussions of approaches to trauma, panel discussions, and open paper and poster sessions on a variety of trauma-related topics. The gala dinner will take place in La Cabane, located in old Montreal.  April 9 is Trauma Association of Canada pre-conference meetings; the conference itself is on Thursday, April 10 and Friday, April 11.


For information pertaining to the requirements for poster and oral presentations, please download the abstract presentations document

Key Speakers

  • Murray Girotti Injury Prevention Lecture: Advocacy for Injury Prevention in Canada – Success Stories, Dr. Alison MacPherson
  • Fraser Gurd Lecture: Evolution of Trauma Care – Looking Forward , Dr. David Mulder
  • DEBATE: What’s More Challenging – Pediatric or Adult Trauma Care, Dr. Natalie Yanchar & Dr. David C. Evans
  • Introducing a New Paradigm in Trauma Resuscitation to a Regional Trauma Program, Dr. Andrew Kirkpatrick
  • Top 10 Trauma Papers 2010 - 2012, Dr. John Kortbeek

Pre & Post Conference Options

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Early bird registration: Wed. Mar 12, 2014 | Add to calendar +

Includes course materials, breakfasts, refreshments & lunch, opening reception. For full conference rates only, TAC Members deduct $50 from their fees. 

Full Conference/One Day

By Mar 12 

Mar 13—Apr 4 


Physicians or PhDs 




Nurses/Allied Health 





*Proof must be presented on-site




Cancellations and Refunds


Montreal  Quebec

Participants must make their accommodation arrangements. Due to the large number of available hotels in the Montreal area, the conference has not secured a block of rooms at any particular hotel. It is recommended that you ask for the government rate when making accommodation arrangements. Below are some suggestions from the Organizing Committee. Please note that posted rates are based on availability and are subject to change.

Hotel 10 - approx. 1 kilometre from the Centre Mont Royal
Address: 10 Sherbrooke West
Tel: 514-843-6000 or toll free 1-855-390-6787
Rates start at $159 per night - please ask for the TRAUMA 2014 rate 

Best Western Ville-Marie - approx. 1 kilometre from the Centre Mont Royal
Address: 3407 Peel Street Tel: 514-288-4141
Rates start at $109 per night

Hotel Sofitel Montreal Golden Mile - approx. 300 metres away from the Centre Mont-Royal
Address: 1155 Sherbrooke West
Tel: 514-285-9000
Rates start at $159 per night

Residence Inn by Marriott Montreal Centre-Ville - approx. 600 metres away from the Centre Mont-Royal
Address:2045 Peel Street
TEl: 514-982-6064
Rates start at $149 per night

The Fairmont Queen Elizabeth - approx. 500 metres from the Centre Mont-Royal
Address: 900 Rene-Levesque Boulevard West
Tel: 514-861-3511
Rates start $209 per night

Le St. Germain - less than 300 metres away from the Centre Mont-Royal
Address: 2050 Mansfield St
Tel: 514-849-2050
Rates start at $229 per night
For a more comprehensive list of hotels available near the Centre Mont-Royal, please visit


Please contact Sandy McNeill at to enquire about sponsorship opportunities.

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