Opportunity We are seeking a dedicated and passionate volunteer (unpaid) Social Media Manager to join our team. As a Social Media Manager, you will play a key role in developing our social media strategy and executing it to align with our mission. Our goal is to foster online community engagement by creating a network of individuals affected by Dupuytren, Ledderhose or Peyronie Disease who want to share their knowledge and experiences.
The Canadian Dupuytren Society is pleased to announce the commencement of our Annual Research Award - The Canadian Dupuytren Award.
This brief report is to provide an update on the Canadian Dupuytren Society (CDS) progress, made possible by your donations. As you know, on September 1st 2020, the CDS launched its 3-year fundraising campaign to
The Canadian Dupuytren Society’s Triennial Objectives underlying fundraising efforts were determined at the General Meeting of Members and the Board of Directors’ meeting of April 27, 2020 and focused on the expansion of the CDS website, funding of research on Dupuytren’s disease, and the exchange of clinical information at professional conferences.
Building on 18 years of experience at the Canadian Cancer Society, Anne Vézina brings to the Canadian Dupuytren Society her expertise in governance and accountability by translating strategic vision into execution and performance.
What do the Vikings, an eighteenth-century physician-surgeon and our great pianist André Gagnon have in common?
We are proud to announce that our website is now online. We would like to thank everyone who participated to make this happen!
The Canadian Dupuytren Society (CDS) has just wrapped up a defining year in its development. We have finished putting together a highly competent Medical Advisory Board to advise us on medical information that will be shared with patients and medical professionals.