The 9th Canadian Comprehensive Review Course (CCRC) in PM&R will be held February 20 – 27, 2016 at the Toronto Rehab Auditorium and Lecture Theatre (550 University Ave.). This app will allow you to get all of the information you need for the 2016 CCRC in PM&R. You will have the ability to navigate your way through the course with floor plans of the building. The app will also provide last minute updates and information including: - Current program schedule - Onsite locations - Speaker information - Presentations - Attendee list and attendee-to-attendee communication. History:In 2000, the University of Alberta and the University of Toronto collaborated together to hold the 1st Canadian Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R) Comprehensive Review Course at the University of Alberta. It was held at the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital, Edmonton, Alberta. There were 24 attendees and 34 teaching faculty from local and out-of-province Universities. The course was so successful that it has carried on biannually - alternating between a Western Canadian and an Eastern Canadian host site. The course continues to maintain a high standard of teaching from faculty who are representative from across Canada. Course Objectives: By the end of the course participants will: - have a complete overview of the content expectations of a Physiatrist - be able to apply anatomy knowledge in PM&R practice - be confident with commonly encountered physical exam skills in a PM&R practice - be able describe the current management of conditions commonly encountered in a PM&R practice Course Goals: - To provide a bi-annual comprehensive course that provides an overview of core topics in the specialty of PM&R for 4th year and 5th year Canadian PM&R residents. - To continue to make this a non-profit event. - To continually improve the quality and relevance of the teaching based on participant feedback. Course Directors’ Vision: We strive to attract expert speakers in the specialty of PM&R to provide up-to-date and relevant information for graduating Canadian PM&R residents. This course is intended to consolidate learning and prepare senior residents for real-world practice. We also hope that it provides an opportunity for PM&R residents from all of the PM&R residency programs across Canada to meet each other, form lasting friendships, and build a national community of practice.