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  • Canadian Spine Society
    II COI Download This download contains the Conflict of Interest COI Disclosure Information for all abstracts for presentation at the 2016 Conference Download pdf Give Now According to Statistics Canada four out of five adults will experience at least one episode of back pain at some point in their lives Your donation can make a significant difference in the lives of millions of Canadians who suffer from spine related problems Give Now About the CSS The Canadian Spine Society CSS is a collaborative organization of spine surgeons and health care professionals with a primary interest in advancing excellence in spine patient care research and education Learn More About the CSREF The Canadian Spine Research Education Fund CSREF is devoted to raising money for spine related issues in Canada bringing significant improvements to back care through research patient care and education Learn More Patient Resources Many who experience back pain are searching for answers and solutions Gain valuable insight into your pain tips for a healthy spine and information on the current procedures at BackCareCanada ca our patient focused website Learn More Professional Resources As a member you will have access to a variety of information including fellowship and career opportunities

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  • Canadian Spine Society – About CSS
    care research and education The Canadian Spine Society is a community of Canadian medical leaders comprised of orthopaedic surgeons neurosurgeons physiatrists physiotherapists chiropractors and other spine health care professionals all with the goal of promoting strong and healthy backs With its diverse training and wide range of experience the CSS membership remains focused on the improvement of spine research educational needs and treatments in Canada The CSS is helping to reduce the impact on the health care system by developing comprehensive information sharing tools such as the Canadian Spine Registry which provides spine surgeons and researchers from across the country with access to current data on operative procedures and outcomes We focus on maintaining strong partnerships with groups such as the Rick Hansen institute Back Care Canada and most major Canadian universities These partnerships allow the CSS to build consensus among stakeholder groups through increased opportunities for collaboration inter organizational communication and programs that encourage continuous improvement among all spine care professionals Home About CSS President s Message Our Vision and Values CSS Executive Contact CSS About the Canadian Spine Society The Canadian Spine Society CSS is a collaborative organization of spine surgeons and health care professionals with a primary

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  • Canadian Spine Society – President’s Message
    to include paediatric spine surgeons and non surgical practitioners It has taken a role in spine care advocacy efforts spine education both surgical and non surgical and has developed the components for a national curriculum to improve the training of Canadian spine surgeons It assisted in the creation of a charitable foundation the Canadian Spine Research and Education Fund to help support researchers and educators across the country It has constructed an unparalleled national research platform the Canadian Spine Outcomes and Research Network with the potential to become one of the largest spine research platforms in the world The Canadian Spine Society is aggressively pursuing its mandates in spine care advocacy research and education We have achieved a great deal and we understand the magnitude of the work yet to be done The CSS website is intended to support our members and promote the goals of our Society We have addressed our objective of patient education by linking this site through the Patient Resources tab to BackCareCanada This patient entered website created and maintained by CSS members offers information about common back problems and advice about scientifically proven spine care options It contains typical patient stories and a list of frequently asked questions There are links to other sources of information all approved by our membership and with a definite Canadian flavour As an organization established by spine surgeons we know that most back problems should be treated without surgery Patients and practitioners need to understand that simple self help measures and timely referral to the appropriate non surgical spine care specialist can resolve nearly all the common complaints They need to understand the true nature of back surgery its role and its limitations The Canadian Spine Society and this website are attempts to meet those needs Peter Jarzem BEng

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  • Canadian Spine Society – Our Vision and Values
    Canadians from beginning their appropriate non surgical treatment and unnecessarily prolongs the wait time for patients who do require spine surgery Continued recruitment of the best spine specialists in the world to maintain Canada s leading position in our field The recruitment of additional spine surgeons in Canada will help reduce surgical wait times An increased number of spine specialists will also foster improved research better education for family physicians and improved patient care An independent research establishment to analyze and promote effective treatment options All research conducted by the CSS is free of bias favouring industry or special interest groups We promote an evidence based approach to surgery and medical procedures The Canadian Spine Society is dedicated to ensuring that the recommendations Canadians receive are the best treatment solutions in accordance with the latest scientific evidence Meaningful knowledge building collaboration among back care professionals and stakeholder groups The CSS serves as the umbrella organization for the leading spine related organizations in Canada We work to maintain strong partnerships with groups such as the Rick Hansen Institute Back Care Canada and major Canadian universities These partnerships allow the CSS to build consensus among stakeholder groups through increased opportunities for collaboration

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  • Canadian Spine Society – CSS Executive
    Home About CSS CSS Executive PRESIDENT Dr Peter Jarzem 2017 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Dr Hamilton Hall PAST PRESIDENT Dr Charles Fisher 2017 SECRETARY TREASURER Dr Sean Christie 2017 SECRETARY TREASURER DESIGNATE Dr Albert Yee 2017 EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS Dr Alex Denault 2016 Mr Greg McIntosh 2016 Dr Bradley Jacobs 2017 Dr Mohammed Shamji 2018 Dr Stefan Parent 2019 Paediatric Position CMA REPRESENTATIVE Dr Albert Yee 2018 CSREF CHAIR Dr Richard Fox 2018 COMMITTEE CHAIRS SITE COORDINATOR CHAIR Dr Sean Comstock 2019 COMMUNICATION CHAIR Dr Andrew Nataraj 2018 EDUCATION CHAIR Dr Scott Paquette 2018 PROGRAM CHAIR Dr John Street 2017 PAEDIATRIC CHAIR Dr Paul Moroz 2016 RESEARCH CHAIR Dr Ken Thomas 2017 MEMBERSHIP CHAIR Dr Nicolas Dea 2018 ADVOCACY CHAIR Dr Y Raja Rampersaud 2017 DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS Ms Jennifer Edwards Home About CSS President s Message Our Vision and Values CSS Executive Contact CSS About the Canadian Spine Society The Canadian Spine Society CSS is a collaborative organization of spine surgeons and health care professionals with a primary interest in advancing excellence in spine patient care research and education Learn More Canadian Spine Society About The Canadian Spine Society Our Vision and Values President s Message CSS Executive Contact the Canadian

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  • Canadian Spine Society – Contact CSS
    PO Box 1053 Markdale ON N0C 1H0 Shipping Address Canadian Spine Society 10 Armstrong Crescent Markdale ON N0C 1H0 Send Us a Message NOTE The CSS is not able to respond to any requests for personal information or advice pertaining to specific patient situations Message Home About CSS President s Message Our Vision and Values CSS Executive Contact CSS About the Canadian Spine Society The Canadian Spine Society CSS is

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  • Canadian Spine Society – Professional Resources
    for our members only If you are a member please login to access this page Not a member Contact us to learn more about the benefits of becoming a member Home Professional Resources Become a Member Spine Fellowship Career Opportunities CSORN The Debbie Scarlett Award The Fellow s Best Paper Award Resident s Best Paper Award Lifetime Achievement Award Winners Abstracts Login User Profile About the Canadian Spine Society The

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  • Canadian Spine Society – Application for Membership in the Canadian Spine Society
    ca Your application documents will be reviewed by Dr Hamilton Hall Executive Director of the CSS You will receive notification regarding your membership request within 3 weeks Membership Application Process Fellows NEW Fellow Memberships Now Available at the Canadian Spine Society The Canadian Spine Society is offering reduced rates for membership to anyone in an accredited Spine Fellowship Program The Fellow rate will be continued for as long as the member is part of the program The request for membership must be accompanied by a letter from the Program Director or fellowship supervisor and should include the date the fellowship started and its duration Email your request and letter to the CSS office css spinecanada Guidelines Membership Application Process Non Surgeons The applicant must submit a letter addressed to the CSS Executive requesting membership and outlining their interest in spinal pathology including their contributions to the field The applicant must submit a copy of their current CV which should demonstrate peer reviewed publications in the field of spine The applicant must submit a minimum of two endorsement letters from two CSS members who are currently in good standing The letters should include mention and support of their contributions to the field of spine pathology The applicant must have previously presented a minimum of one abstract at a CSS Annual Scientific Conference NOTE 1 There will not be a separate type of membership category for non surgeons Once a non surgeon applicant is accepted they will have the same type of membership as surgical CSS members do NOTE 2 The review process for non surgeon membership application will be as indicated below as stated within CSS By Law 3 2 Article III Membership Applications for non surgeon membership in the CSS will be reviewed by the Executive Director President and the

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