CASEM 2023: Back to Banff!
March 8 – 11, 2023
Fairmont Banff Springs, Banff, Alberta
Welcome to Banff! All the conference details can be found below! Scroll to find:
- Scientific program
- Map of the Fairmont Banff Springs
- Exhibitor Guide
- Delegate List
- Poster Presentations
- Social Activities and Rentals
- Workshop Sign-Ups
- Week at a Glance (with times and locations)
The full program is available here:
Wednesday, March 8
8:00 AM – Teaching Leadership Course – Ivor Petrak Room
2:00 PM – Residents Symposium – Activity Across the Life Span – Ivor Petrak Room
3:00 PM – Learn and Try Parasport – New Brunswick Room
3:00 PM – REGISTRATION OPEN – Curio Foyer
5:00 PM – WELCOME RECEPTION – Exhibit Hall (Cascade Ballroom)
Thursday, March 9
6:45 AM – REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST – Exhibit Hall (Cascade Ballroom)
7:15 AM – SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM – Main Plenary (Alberta/New Brunswick Rooms)
11:00 AM – FREE TIME – Explore Banff!
12:30 PM – MSKU-Knee Course – Ivor Petrak Room
4:00 PM – POSTER VIEWING & FOOD – Exhibit Hall
5:00 PM – SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM – Main Plenary (Alberta/New Brunswick Rooms)
Friday, March 10
7:30 AM – REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST – Curio Foyer & Exhibit Hall (Cascade Ballroom)
7:35 AM – SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM – Main Plenary (Alberta/New Brunswick Rooms)
3:45 PM – BREAKOUTS & WORKSHOPS – Various rooms
7:30 PM – CASEM GALA DINNER & DANCE – Van Horne Ballroom
Saturday, March 11
7:15 AM – REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST – Curio Foyer & Riverview Lounge
8:20 AM – SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM – Main Plenary (Alberta/New Brunswick Rooms)
Poster Presentations - Thursday, March 9
- James Carson – A Survey of Parents Regarding a “Return-to-Learn” Protocol Following Sport-Related Concussion
- James Carson – Ask Teachers How – A Decade of Concussion Management Community Collaboration
- Jemma Kim – Exploring The Relationship Between Cumulative Internal Load And Injury Risk In Women’s Soccer
- Ricardo Costa – The Impact of Amino Acid Based Beverage Interventions on Gastrointestinal Status in Response to Exertional-Heat Stress
- Ohrling – Contraception Choice For Female Endurance Athletes: What’s Sport Got To Do With It?
- Chinchin Wang – Assessing The Importance Of Past Physical Activity In Predicting Current Injury Risk Using Weighted Cumulative Exposure Methods
- Georgez Zhao – Impact of a Spiral Learning Curriculum on Concussion Competency: A Quantitative and Qualitative Study
- Connie Lebrun – Increased Symptom Scores and Prolonged Course of Recovery for Female Patients with Concussion Injuries Seen at A University Sport Medicine Clinic
- Nik Josafatow – Influence of Age, Sex, Sport-Participation and Concussion History On Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF) In Healthy Adolescent Athletes
- Jonty Lockwood – Prevalence of Depression in Retired Professional Baseball and Hockey Players
- Heather Shepherd – Informing Return to School Practices for Students After Concussion
- Carmen Baker – Case Report and Systematic Review of Pseudoaneurysm Following Ultrasound-Guided Corticosteroid Injection To Manage Hip Osteoarthritis In A Patient On Anticoagulation
- Larissa Trease – What Factors Do Clinicians, Athletes and Coaches Perceive Are Associated With Recovery From Low Back Pain (LBP) In Elite Athletes? A Concept Mapping Study
- Eric Kirby – Machine Learning Classification of Brain Vital Signs Across the Spectrum of Healthy to Acute Concussion the Spectrum of Concussion
- Marni Wesner – We Can Do Better – An Evaluation of an Osteoarthritis Patient Education Program
- Pascale Young – The Impact of 2h Exertional Heat-Stress on Exercise-Induced Gastrointestinal Syndrome and Exercise-Associated Gastrointestinal Symptoms In Masters Versus Young Adult Endurance Athletes
- Kayla Henningsen – The Impact of Two Compositionally Different Amino Acid Based Beverage Interventions on the Prevention of Exercise-Associated Bacteremia in Response to Exertional-Heat Stress
- Audrey Potts – Effect of Ice Surface Size on Collision Rate and Type In National Collegiate Athletic Association Division 1 Men’s and Women’s Ice Hockey
- Bekzhan Pirmakhanov – There Is a Reversal Effect Of Relative Age In Elite Senior Athletics: Successful Young Men Are «Early-Born Athletes», While In Adults There Are More «Late-Born» Athletes
- Singh Pavneet – Management of Lateral Epicondylitis Using Transdermal Nitroglycerin – A Systematic Review
Poster Presentations - Friday, March 10
- Alex Hoffer – Follow-up After ACL Reconstruction: How Long is Long Enough?
- Johnny Rayes – The Use of Suture Anchors In Posterlateral Corner Reconstruction In The Setting Of Multi-Ligament Knee Injury: Clinical and Radiological Outcomes
- Rachel Anne – The Impact of a 48-Hours High Carbohydrate Diet, With High or Low FODMAP Content, Before Endurance Exercise on Gastrointestinal Motility and Symptoms, and Exercise Performance
- Stefania Nudo – Effects of Tropical and Oral Analgesic Medication Compared to a Placebo In Injured Athletes: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
- Nikita Belski – The Effects of Beta-Blockers on Athletic Performance – A Systematic Review
- Pavlo Zerebecky – Surgical Outcomes for Long Head of the Biceps Surgery: An Updated Chart Review
- Nicholas Kolesky – Finding Pragmatic Measures for Student-Athlete Load and Capacity: An Evaluation of Postseason Internal Load, Injury Risk and Strength Asymmetry
- Gavin Thomas – An Investigation of Active Force In Skeletal Muscle Fibres From Children with Cerebral Palsy
- Destiny Lutz – Best Practices for Neuromuscular Training Warm-Up Program Implementation in Youth Team Sport: A Systematic Review
- Mark Sommerfeldt – The Impact of Time From Injury to Surgery On Bucket-Handle Meniscus Tear Repari Rates: A Retrospective Cohort Study
- Boyd – Confidence Levels in Concussion Diagnosis and Management: A Survey of General and Family Practice and Sport and Exercise Medicine Physicians in Ontario
- Terry DeFreitas – Does Ultrasound Guided Shoulder Join….
- Dana Hunter & Kaylee Somerville – Non-surgical Management of the Medial Collateral Ligament…
- Madison – Suspected Injury and Concussion Rates in Canadian High-School 7’s Rugby
- Anu Raisanen – How Much do Triathletes Train? A Systematic Review
- Tristan Castonguay – Infrared Thermography: A Novel Tool for Monitoring the Healing Process of Fractures – A Systematic Review
- Richard Magony – The TEAM Study: Physical Activity and Clinical Characteristics of Osteoarthritis Patients With or Without Lower Limb Injury, Trauma or Surgery
- Geoffrey Dover – The Differences in Pain and Cardiovascular Responses Between Male and Female Athletes During a Cold Pressor Test
- Bekzhan Pirmakhanov – Height, Weight, Strength and Speed Depend More on the Status of Biological Maturation Than on Chronological Age
Social Activities and Rentals
Gala Dinner and Dance
Friday, 10th March. Our annual Gala dinner will be held on Friday evening from 7:30pm to 1am – this is a fun and entertaining evening with a 3-course gourmet meal and music from the renowned Dino Martino live band. Tickets can be purchased for $120 onsite.
- INFO REQUIRED: If you have dietary restrictions and are attending the Gala please fill out this form as soon as possible: https://forms.gle/pXjw7aL3SuTMeoJYA
Getting Around Banff
Roam Transit is available as an option to explore local! Visit their website to plan your trip or make reservations.
Ski Lift Tickets
You need to purchase a ticket in advance to use the shuttle service to all the 3 ski hills!
Thank you to those who indicated which ski resorts you want to visit – we have provided the information to the Big3Ski resort staff – this gives them an idea of how many shuttles they need to use on any given day.
CASEM will NOT be providing shuttles to the resorts – these are provided free of charge by the hotel if you have purchased a ski ticket.
Discover 3 resorts with 1 lift ticket! SkiBig3 Lift Tickets allow direct lift access to Banff’s 3 world class ski resorts – Banff Sunshine, Lake Louise Ski Resort & Mt Norquay – almost 8,000 acres of skiable terrain. These Lift Tickets also allow use of the scheduled transfers to each of the resorts.
Bus Shuttles to Resorts
Here is the shuttle schedule to all three ski hills – please plan accordingly.
You can rent ski equipment using the following link or you can rent directly from the Banff Springs Hotel.
You can also rent fat bikes and book a number of complimentary activities through the Fairmont Banff Springs.
CASEM’S ‘GAME OF STONES’
NEW CURLING EVENT! – MAX 64 PARTICIPANTS – March 9 at 11:30am-4pm – Free!
THIS EVENT HAS SOME SPACES STILL AVAILABLE
Hey all you sports junkies. The organizers of this year’s CASEM Sport Medicine Conference have scheduled a block of time on Thursday March 9th to go out and enjoy some of the amazing activities that are available in the Banff area. It also gives attendees and their families an opportunity to try out a new sport. With this in mind, MD Financial Management & Scotiabank Healthcare + has generously offered to sponsor a curling event at this year’s conference and so there will be no cost to anyone who wishes to participate. Here are the details:
- Everyone is welcome – Grand Slammers, novices and new comers. If you aren’t a curler when you arrive, you will be a curler when you the day is over.
- Location – the Banff Curling Club – a beautiful facility with 4 sheets of ice – approximately a 20 minute walk from the conference hotel
- Timing – 11:30am to 4pm – concluding with a light meal and beverages
- Equipment – the club will provide brooms, stabilizers, grippers and sliders. You will need to bring a clean running shoes, light but warm gloves, stretchy pants, a warm undershirt, a loose fitting athletic jacket and a hat.
- Number of participants – we are limited to a maximum of 64 participants – first come first served. So if you are interested let Darrell Menard (firstname.lastname@example.org) know ASAP to ensure that to get one of the few remaining spots!
- Program –We had more people interested in participating than expected and rather than turn people away, we decided to break the event into 2 sessions of approximately 20 people. The timing of sessions are as follows:1. 11:30 to 2pm
2. 1:30pm to 4pm – the half hour overlap is to allow for equipment fitting and off ice instruction 3. A light meal will be provided at 1:30pm. We will have several instructors available to teach participants the basic skills they need to be safe and to be able to make a shot or two.
- Costs – absolutely free – a bargain for you!
- Shoes – if you are a curler, we recommend you bring your own shoes.
So why not take a slide on the wild side and indulge the secret curler in you. When you play “The Game of Stones” you can throw rocks at houses and you get to yell at the top of your lungs things like “Sweep”, “Tee Line” “Take it out”, “How’s my weight?” and “Hurry Hard!” So come and join us for some fun and friendly competition.
Workshop Sign-Ups – 3:45 PM
Here is the full workshop list. Please list your name in one empty field in the desired list below to sign-up for workshops at 3:45pm listed below: