February 28 - March 1, 2020 | Le Westin Montreal, Canada
With the 2020 Canadian Liver Meeting kicking off this week, we know you are as excited as we are to connect with industry leaders, engage in thought provoking educational discussions and attend some fantastic sessions.

In preparation for your arrival, make sure to review the below information so you know where to go, how to get there and how to make the most of CLM2020 !
When arriving at Le Westin Montreal, head over to the Fortifications Foyer to check-in and pick up your badge!

Registration Desk Hours:
Friday 28 February: 7:00 - 19:00
Saturday 29 February: 7:00 - 17:00
Sunday 1 March: 7:00 - 12:45
Connect with attendees before you arrive in Montreal!

Join the CLM 2020 conversation and download the CLM Conference App! The app allows you to message and network with fellow attendees, receive up-to-the-minute information, view and customize your schedule while providing real-time updates with a push of a button!

Join us by posting your journey to Montreal on the Activity Stream, or showcase your work and initiatives to colleagues by getting the conversation started.
1. Search for Attendify in the App Store, in the Play Market or simply scan the QR code below

2. Download the Attendify App to your phone

3. Open the Attendify App and search for Canadian Liver Meeting

4. Select the Canadian Liver Meeting Event and Join-in

5. Add your email & create a password for your account

6. Fill out your profile with as much or as little information as you'd like to include

You are all set!
The CLM2020 App is Sponsored by AbbVie
Take a look at the below Breakfast Symposia that are part of the Scientific Program. Interested delegates can purchase tickets at the registration desk for $25.

Saturday February 29 | 8:00 - 9:00

Nutrition and Sarcopenia in Cirrhosis in Hospitalized or Pre-Transplant Patients Puneeta Tandon | University of Alberta & Phil Wong | McGill University
Room: Ville Marie A

Management of Renal Failure in Cirrhosis
David Peretz | University of Manitoba & Natasha Chandok | University of British Columbia
Room: Ville Marie B

Q&A Networking Session - How to Develop a Successful Translational Research Program in Liver Disease
Chris Rose & Craig Jenne | University of Calgary 
Room: Montreal Foyer
One of the best parts of the 2020 Canadian Liver Meeting is networking and socializing with other delegates. Across the 3 day conference there are a number of social opportunities included at no additional cost.
Friday, February 28 | 17:40 - 19:30
9th Canadian Symposium on Hepatitis C Virus and Canadian Liver Meeting Reception & Canadian Symposium on Hepatitis C Virus Poster Tour
Room: Fortifications
Saturday, February 29 | 17:40 - 19:00
Reception & Poster Viewing
Room: Fortifications
Sunday, March 1 | 12:25 - 13:15
Gold Medal Lecture
Room: Montreal AB
Ensure you are prepared for Montreal with these few things to consider..
Make sure to wrap up for temperatures between -3 and -11 degrees Celsius!
Time Zone
Montreal is in Eastern Daylight Time (GMT-4)
Travel to Downtown Montreal from (YUL)

Bus/ 747 Express
The 747 bus line runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, between Montréal-Trudeau Airport and downtown Montréal (corner of Berrie and Sainte-Catherine - Berri-UQAM station). Travel time may vary etween 45 to 70 minutes, depending on traffic conditions.  Click here for more information

As Canada's national passenger rail service, VIA Rail Canada offers inter-city connections along the Ottawa-Montréal, Toronto-Kingston-Montréal and Quebec City-Montreal corridors. 

Travel Advisory: There is currently a number of trains suspended between Toronto and Montreal, please ensure to check the VIA Rail website to confirm the status of your train.

Regional Shuttles
Orleans Express, Greyhound, Aeroshuttle, 747 P-E-Trudeau Airport/Downtown, all offer a return shuttle service between Montreal-Trudeau and Montreal. Tickets can be purchased aboard the coach at the passenger drop-off areas in the international arrivals level.  Click here for more information
CASL is a multidisciplinary group of scientists and healthcare providers whose expertise focuses on the liver, and provides national leadership in all aspects of research, education and patient care as they pertain to the liver. 

CASL is a non-profit organization that seeks to eliminate liver disease through research, education and advocacy. Its members include hepatologists, gastroenterologists, pathologists, pediatricians, radiologists, scientists, surgeons, trainees and other interested people.
CanHepC is a collaborative research network funded by the  Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)  and the  Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC)  dedicated to translational research linking over 100 researchers, trainees, knowledge-users (community members, community-based organizations, policy and decision makers) in the field of Hepatitis C (HCV) from across Canada as well as international partners.

CAHN is a national professional organization that represents and supports hepatology nurses across Canada. We promote leadership, clinical practice, education, and research in hepatology nursing. 

Hepatology nursing is a specialized area of client-centered nursing that focus on the promotion of liver health, prevention of illness, and the care of clients. Since most liver diseases are chronic in nature, hepatology nursing practice promotes self-care, advocates for resources and supports the client though the illness experience.  
For more information, contact us!