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For more information, contact the Calgary Office
A free six week group program to help you quit smoking. Thursday afternoons (12:30-2:30) or Monday evenings (6-8) starting in March, in the South Health Campus Wellness Centre. Call 1-866-710-QUIT (7848) to register or find more info here.
Cumming School of Medicine presents Stroke Symposium Alberta 2015
Family Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses and Allied Health Professionals should attend and learn about stroke diagnosis and management for family and office-based physicians. Click here to read more
UofAHSFSA 3rd Annual Hearts for Hope Comedy Night and Silent Auction
The University of Alberta Heart and Stroke Foundation Students' Association is hosting our 3rd annual Hearts for Hope Comedy Night and Silent Auction on March 27, 2015 at the University of Alberta Faculty Club. The evening will feature local artists and performers, including the U of A Improv Club. A buffet will be served alongside a silent auction, with items donated from generous local individuals and businesses. Please join us on March 27th to celebrate the advancements and work that the Heart and Stroke Foundation does, and to help raise funds for future research and health promotion efforts.
Heart's Desire Ladies Gala - May 7, 2015 at the Holiday Inn on Gasoline Alley
This "ladies only" event promises an evening of elegance, awareness and fun while sharing the truth about heart disease, raise money for future live-giving research, education and outreach activities and to save the lives of women across the country. For further details or to purchase tickets visit www.facebook.com/heartsdesiregala
Join central Alberta stroke survivor’s 7th Annual Walk, Talk & Roll on Tuesday, July 21, 2015 at the Crossroads Church followed by a BBQ and entertainment.
This fun and relaxed event helps raise public awareness of stroke, and raise funds to support stroke research, prevention and treatment. To learn more or register click here.
For more information contact the Southern Alberta Office
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