2019 Annual General Meeting
We invite you to join us for our Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Saturday, November 21, featuring guest speaker Dr. Anish Kanungo, BSc (Hon), PhD, MD, FRCPC. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, this year's AGM will be held virtually via Zoom.
Dr. Kanungo is a neurologist at the Fraser Health Movement Disorders Clinic, and a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of British Columbia. He actively participates in the training of medical students and residents, and maintains an interest in research aimed at improving the lives of people with movement disorders.
Dr. Kanungo's presentation will discuss the non-motor symptoms of Parkinson's disease, and how allied healthcare professionals, such as physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and speech-language pathologists, can help support people with Parkinson's manage these symptoms. He will also discuss his research on the impacts of a multi-disciplinary approach to treating Parkinson's.
Our 2019 Annual Report, financial statements, and AGM package are now available on our website.
Please be advised this is a member only event.
Important: Parkinson Society BC's Bylaws require 5% of our voting membership to be in attendance at our Annual General Meeting. To ensure that we meet quorum, we kindly ask that if you register for the event, you uphold your commitment to attend.
Registration for the AGM is now closed.
||Saturday, November 21
||9:30am – 11:30am
||FREE for members only.
Non-Members interested in attending must pay the $25 membership fee.
Should you wish to obtain more information on becoming a Member, please contact:
Susan Atkinson, Donor & Member Services Coordinator
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In the "Participant Information" section of this event registration form, you will be asked for your "Registration Type". The information collected here will provide a better understanding of the Parkinson's communities in which we serve, as well as improve our advocacy efforts on behalf of those living with Parkinson's disease. If you have any concerns with regard to the collection of this information, please contact us. Important:
Instructions on how to access the webinar will be sent in an email approximately 24 hours before the webinar's start time.
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