Diagnosing Primary Progressive Aphasia and its variants

Estelle Klasner-Nimni Memorial Lecture

Under the Auspices of the Peter A. Silverman Global eHealth Program (PASGeP) and Canada International Scientific Exchange Program (CISEPO) Sponsored by University of Toronto
Diagnosing Primary Progressive Aphasia and its variants
Presented by
Elizabeth Rochon, PhD Associate Professor, Department of Speech-Language Pathology Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
Sandra E. Black, MD, FRCPC Brill Professor of Neurology University of Toronto Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and Baycrest
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
0800 – 0915 EST (Canada)
“Building healthy communities in Canada and the Middle East together” (www.cisepo.ca)
For Ontario sites please contact your OTN Telehealth coordinator with the TSM 17453870 to register for this event. In addition the following International sites will be participating:
Abarnbanel Mental Health Center (Bat Yam)
Facultad de Medicina de Chile (Santiago)
St. Petesburg City Hospital (St. Petersburg)
Al Quds University (Abu Deis, West Bank)
Herzog Hospital (Jerusalem)
The Technion – Israel Institute of Technology (Haifa)
Case Western Reserve University (Ohio)
Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST) (Irbid)
University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)
Edith Wolfson Medical Centre
Saragossa University (Zaragoza)
This event is an accredited group learning activity as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. We gratefully acknowledge educational grants from Novartis Inc., and Pfizer Canada which support these rounds. We thank the Yud-Chet Corporation for their support


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