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May 9-12, 2023 – Delta Beausejour Moncton

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

The Atlantic Canada Clinical Engineering Society (ACCES) is pleased to invite you to the ACCES25 Conference taking place May 9-12th in Moncton, New Brunswick.

Don’t pass up this unique opportunity to experience an educational and exhibitor event our society is able to offer. Our conference will have something to offer everyone. While attending the event, you can benefit from listening to some of the most progressive thinkers in our medical profession. Whether you are a Healthcare Administrator, Manager, Engineer, Technologist/Technician or Nurse/Clinician, there are several key benefits for you or your staff to attend. Some of these benefits are illustrated below:

  • Enhance your knowledge through Academic, Leadership and Technical/Clinical Education Streams.
  • Network and learn from colleagues from across Canada.
  • 40 booths to visit in the Exhibit Hall representing a variety of interests including biomedical equipment vendors, test equipment vendors, alternative service providers, educational institutions, and government agencies.
  • Share knowledge and best practices with your colleagues.
  • Keep abreast of the latest technological advances and practices in our professions.
  • Stay Tuned for more details to follow.

Moncton, NB is a beautiful locale and a great area of Canada to visit. Come experience the hospitality of the Maritimes and enjoy the music and culture that makes this area renowned - you won’t be disappointed. The 2023 ACCES25 Conference Organizing team is dedicated to organizing a truly memorable event. Your active contribution and participation is welcomed and we look forward to seeing you in Moncton, NB in May to celebrate our silver anniversary!

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Note: For direct inquiries please contact Gary Slaunwhite or Sarah Meades at:

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