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CNAR 2024 Conference Early Bird to Close on June 14th! Register Today and SAVE

Updated: Jun 11

 

Canada's Premier Event in Professional Regulation

Early Bird Registration now open!


From May 8th to June 14th, enjoy Early Bird discounted pricing when you register for CNAR 2024. Be sure to book your place. Last year, CNAR’s in-person Conference sold out quickly!


CNAR 2024 will be held from October 7th (workshops) and October 8th and 9th at the Westin Hotel in Ottawa.


 

KEYNOTE: DR. ROBERTA BONDAR

Canada's First Female Astronaut & The World’s First Neurologist in Space


Dr. Roberta Bondar

Dr. Roberta Bondar is globally recognized for her pioneering contributions to space medicine research, fine art photography and environment education. Aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery mission STS-42 in 1992, Dr. Bondar conducted experiments for 18 countries in the first International Microgravity Laboratory, a precursor to the International Space Station. For over a decade after her spaceflight, Dr. Bondar headed an international research team working with NASA on neurological symptoms seen after spaceflight, and their connections to neurological diseases on Earth. To learn more about Dr. Bondar, please click HERE


 

CNAR's Annual National Conference is the premier event in Canadian professional regulation, where attendees can network, exchange ideas, explore the use of innovative technologies, and develop best practices as they navigate their journey towards regulatory excellence.



CNAR 2024 features speakers in Canadian professional regulation from across the nation representing a variety of regulatory sectors and topic tracks including Truth and Reconciliation, Discipline, Testing, Human Resources, Governance, Quality Practice and Continuing Competence, Investigations, and more (see the full Program-at-a-Glance at the link below).


 

CNAR Workshop Agenda: October 7th, 2024

Separate Registration Required (In-Person Only)



Fundamentals of Regulation Full Day Workshop

(Program subject to change)

Fundamentals of Regulation 8 am - 4 pm ET

The Fundamentals of Regulation Workshop will appeal to anyone who is seeking to learn more about professional regulation in the Canadian context. This compact yet comprehensive program is designed to provide attendees with content that is both practical and informative, featuring presentations from experts in their respective fields in regulation.

 

Master Class Workshops

(Program subject to change)

2024 Master Class I - Morning 8 am - 12 pm ET

2024 Master Class II - Afternoon 1 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. ET

Critical Foundations in Trauma-Informed Regulation

Trauma-Informed Practice in Professional Regulation 

How can and do regulators regulate in a trauma-informed way? In this interactive workshop, attendees will learn about and critically examine what it means and looks like to use trauma-informed, human-centered approaches in professional regulation.

Take a deep dive into trauma-informed practices in professional regulation. Attendees will be equipped with knowledge, skills, and tools to apply and enhance trauma-informed practice in their work. While certain content will be framed in relation to particular regulatory functions, it will be possible for attendees to extrapolate insights to apply to other regulatory areas.

(Registrants can select half-day session 'a la carte' or select a Full-Day Master Class Session Package)

 

Partner Workshops

(Program subject to change)


Advanced Strategies for Navigating Complex Situations

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Human Rights Issues for Professional Regulatory Organizations - Understanding Obligations and Ensuring Compliance

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Evidence to Action: Leveraging Research and Evaluation for Risk-Based Regulatory Excellence

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ABCDE&I: Assessment Based Considerations for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Content Development

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Which Rights Where? Understanding the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms in the Regulatory Context

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Capacity Issues in Registration, Discipline, and Fitness to Practice – a Balancing of Rights and Responsibilities

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Thank You to our Participating Partners!



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