ACCES25 Delegate Registration is now Open!

Book Now to Reserve Your Place!

The 25th Annual Atlantic Canada Clinical Engineering Society’s Educational Seminar and Trade Show is approaching fast!

After a 3-year absence, we are excited for the return of our annual event, going back to Moncton, NB, where it all started. We are looking forward to celebrating this milestone with you at the Delta Hotels Beauséjour in Moncton, New Brunswick May 9th-12th,2023.

This event is a great opportunity to network with your peers from across Atlantic Canada and beyond. To mark this 25th Anniversary celebrations, our calendar will include 3 days of educational seminars, an Exhibition Hall with 40+ vendor booths, and fun social activities including an axe throwing competition, dinner theatre, and more!

This year’s educational seminars will be presented in 3 concurrent streams with a total of 30 sessions to choose from:

  • Fundamentals – A great way for you to learn about new technologies, or to brush up on some familiar topics.
  • Professional Development – It’s never too late or too early to improve yourself. This stream will focus of “soft skills” necessary to be the best Technologist you can be.
  • Hodge Podge – A hearty mix of technology topics, panel discussions, and more.

Register on or before April 10,2023 to be entered in for the early bird draw!

Winner will receive a set of Apple Airpods- donated by Clear Power Solutions


For general inquiries, please contact:

Sarah Connell at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Eric Babineau, PTech, ACCES25 Conference Co-Chair, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Natalie Boudreau, P.Eng., ACCES25 Conference Chair, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


While we are very excited for the return of our in-person ACCES event, we recognize that the Covid-19 virus is still present around us.
Many of you work directly in healthcare settings and are still practicing some level of precaution in your workplaces. While mask wear will not be mandatory during our event, we encourage all of our attendees to continue practicing hand hygiene, “social distancing” wherever possible, and wearing masks in crowded in-door areas to reduce the risks of exposure to COVID-19*.

Masks and sanitizer will be made available during the event for those who wish to use them, and attendees will be given the option to display their level of comfort on their event ID badge if they prefer to remain “distanced” or want to avoid physical contact.
We hope that everyone will be respectful of others so that we can make this a safe and comfortable environment for everyone.

*These measures are in accordance with New Brunswick Public Health guidelines. We will continue to monitor their recommendations and reserve the right to adjust our measures accordingly.