Welcome to the Canadian College of Osteopathy’s 4th Annual Founder’s Day Weekend event. This year we are paying tribute to Louisa Burns, DO, and Gordon Zink, DO.
On this occasion we have a great 3-day educational program.
Day 1 – Friday, November 4th is a full day of thesis presentations - 26 in total. The thesis day is free of charge. Drop in, drop out, or stay all day.
Day 2 – Saturday, November 5th begins with a buffet style hot breakfast followed by four outstanding lectures delivered by this year’s guest speakers. Following a complimentary lunch, the 3 seminars begin in the afternoon.
This year’s seminars include a practical workshop on the art of osteopathic osteoarticular adjustment presented by Philippe Druelle; a brief history of osteopathy by our own Jane Stark; and the growing skull and the injured child by Dr. Anthony Chila, DO.
Please join us for our gala graduation dinner and ceremony on Saturday night, as we welcome our new D.O.M.P's into the profession.
Day 3 – Sunday, November 8th – workshops all day.
Take advantage of the Early Bird Special Registration and save. Details are in the Founder's Day Weekend Brochure.
Sincerely the organizing committee
Belinda Heleno, Tara Drew, Jane Stark