PCS Ottawa Annual General Meeting 20 April 2023
This meeting will be Virtual Only, so please register at the following link –
Attendees please note:
- After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
- Attendees will be admitted to this Zoom session one-at-a-time prior to and throughout the meeting, to prevent scammer interference.
Tentative PCS Ottawa meeting schedule 2022 – 2023
Here’s the PCS Ottawa meeting schedule for now through to our annual BBQ event in August 2023. These meetings will be ‘hybrid’ – both virtual and in-person – unless noted otherwise. Please check for updates on our website and by email notifications before each meeting.
|All meetings Hybrid except as noted|
|December 15||PCS Ottawa Christmas Party *In-person*||Watch our website for details|
|January 19||Guest speaker||Mark Corkum, MD, The Ottawa Hospital|
|February 16||Sharing session|
|March 16||Guest speaker||Linda E. Carlson, Ph.D., R.Psych, Professor, Department of Oncology, Cumming School of Medicine|
|April 20||Annual General Meeting *Virtual only*||Sharing session to follow AGM|
|May 18||Guest speaker||Dr. Rayan Delbani, the Ottawa Hospital|
|June 16||Sharing session||Watch our website for details|
|August 18||Annual PCS Ottawa BBQ *In-person*||Watch our website for details|
PCSO Meeting 16 March 2023 – Guest Speaker Dr. Linda Carlson
Our next monthly meeting at the Maplesoft-Jones Centre on 16 March 2023. The ORCF is offering us this opportunity at no charge, and their boardroom venue comes fully equipped to facilitate hybrid meetings. Our guest speaker for this meeting is Linda E. Carlson, Ph.D., R.Psych, Professor, Department of Oncology, Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary.
PCSO Meeting 16 February 2023
This will be a facilitated sharing session. The planned in-person portion of this meeting has been cancelled.
PCSO Meeting 16 February 2023 – Change of In-person Venue
Our next monthly meeting at the Maplesoft-Jones Centre on 16 February 2023. The ORCF is offering us this opportunity at no charge, and their boardroom venue comes fully equipped to facilitate hybrid meetings. This will be a facilitated sharing session.
PCSO Meeting 19 January 2023 – Change of In-person Venue
Our next PCSO meeting will feature guest speaker Dr. Mark Corkum, radiation oncologist at the Ottawa Hospital. The in-person part of this hybrid meeting will move from St Stephen’s Anglican Church to the Maplesoft-Jones Centre of the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation (ORCF) on a trial basis.
Annual PCSO Christmas Party 15 December 2022
The December 15 PCSO Members’ meeting will be an in-person Christmas Party starting at 6:30 pm at St Stephen’s Anglican Church, and will feature the exciting Original Trillium Dixieland Jazz Band who donate their time to entertain us!
Next PCS Ottawa meeting 17 November 2022
Our next meeting will be a Hybrid Meeting, in-person at St Stephen’s Anglican Church and through ZOOM. We’ll have a guest speaker - Reanne Booker, RN, MN, Foothills Medical Centre Calgary. Her topic will be “Sexual health and intimacy are integral aspects of being human”
Next PCS Ottawa meeting 20 October 2022
Our next meeting will take place virtually on 20 October 2022. We’ll have a guest speaker, Dr. Scott Morgan from the Ottawa Hospital. His topic will be Advances in External Beam Radiotherapy for Prostate Cancer.
Regular PCS Ottawa Meetings
Unless otherwise stated, Prostate Cancer Support Ottawa’s regular meetings take place at St. Stephen’s Anglican Church, 930 Watson Street, Ottawa [Map] on the third Thursday of each month except for July and August. There is ample parking at the back of the church.
Our meetings start with a social gathering at 6:30 pm, followed at 7:00 pm with brief business announcements, followed by either a guest speaker or a sharing session.
As most of our meetings are offered in a hybrid format, you also may attend virtually, so watch our website page Meetings and Events or your e-mail inbox for specific joining instructions.
The Walnut is the official newsletter for PCS Ottawa, currently published approximately four times a year.
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