Conference 2014


Fourth Biennial Bilingual CSSH Conference
 May 5 & 6, 2014
 OMNI Hotel 
1050 Sherbrooke Street West,
Montreal, QC 

Guestrooms have been blocked for the conference at a rate of $165 per night, to book a room please contact the hotel directly at

The Call for Abstract is now closed. Thank you to those who have submitted an abstracts. We will be in touch shortly!


Conference Registration Fees
New this year we are offering registration fees with & without translation services. If you choose without translation services, you are responsible for having your powerpoint presentation translated and submitted on time. 

Early Bird - Before April 1, 2014   After April 1, 2014 
Associates/Regular Delegate       

$300 without translation services
$400 with translation services 

       $400 without translation services
$500 with translation services

$125 without translation services 
$175 with translation services 

$175 without translation services
$225 with translation services




Important Dates

Membership Fees (2 years)

Students $80 + taxes
Associates (post doctoral fellow, retired, unwaged $120 + taxes
Regular $200 + taxes
International members (non-voting) $80 + taxes


Keynote Speaker

Gilles Dussault
He is a Professor at the Institute of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (IHMT), Lisbon, Portugal and Coordinator of the World Health Organization Collaborating Center on Health Workforce Policy and Planning. Before joining IHMT in August 2006, he worked as Senior Health Specialist at the World Bank Institute (Washington D.C.). He was responsible for the Health Sector Reform and Sustainable Financing” Program in French, Portuguese and Spanish-speaking countries. Between 1985 and 2000, he was Professor and Director (1990-91, 1998-2000) of the Department of Health Administration, University of Montreal. Between 1974 and 1985, he was Professor in the Department of Industrial Relations at University Laval, in Québec. His research interests were the sociology of health professions, the production of health services, and health workforce policies. Since 1986, he has been much involved in international cooperation projects in Africa, Europe, Latin America and Asia. Between 2002 and 2004, he was a member of the Joint Learning Initiative on Human Resources for Health, a landscaping and advocacy major international initiative launched by the Rockefeller Foundation, which published the influential Report Human Resources in Health: Overcoming the Crisis, 2004, (Harvard University Press, He has been member of the World Health Organization Global Advisory Group on Nursing and Midwifery, and has also participated in various working and advisory groups of this and of a number of other international organizations. In Canada, he chaired international evaluation committees of major research organizations in (Canadian Heath Services Research Foundation, Occupational Health and Safety Research Institute- Quebec). He is member of editorial committees of peer-reviewed journals. He is the author or co-author of 12 books and monographs, more than 80 articles in peer-reviewed and professional journals.


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