The Canadian Association for the Study of the Liver is committed to optimizing and improving the liver health of Canadians by providing national leadership in education, and timely access to programming and resources in all aspects of medical research, therapies and physician competence as it pertains to the liver.
To that end, CASL offers a robust continuing professional development (CPD) program providing educational opportunities for life-long learning for CASL members, practitioners in gastroenterology and other fields who may intersect with liver disease, as well as allied health professionals interested in liver disease.
CASL educational programming includes but is not limited to:
- The Canadian Liver Meeting, held each Spring;
- The CASL Single Topic Conference, held in the Fall;
- Clinical Fellowship opportunities;
- Accreditation of member and non-member CPD activities as an RCPSC-accredited provider;
- Lectures and Rounds provided in conjunction with CASL Awards such as the annual CLF-CASL Gold Medal Lecture, the CASL-CLF Sass-Kortsak Lecture, and the CASL-CLF Visiting Professorship
More information on these programs and additional educational resources can be accessed by clicking on the menu to the left.