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  • Conference Early Bird Deadline Extended

    The Canadian Society of Hand Therapists have extended the Early Bird Deadline to register for the Annual Conference!

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  • Conference Accommodations Update

    There are no longer rooms at the conference rate available at Delta Halifax, but there are rooms available at a higher cost. Or you can reserve a room at the Delta Barrington for the conference rate. The Delta Barrington is connected to the Delta Halifax by a indoor pedway.

  • CSHT Mission Statement Change

    Members of CSHT: There has been a change to the CSHT Mission Statement. You can find a letter from the executive in the Member's Only section explaining the reason for the change.

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  • CSHT 2014 Conference Presenter Bios

    Check out the biographies of the speakers presenting at the 7th Annual CSHT conference this spring!

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  • Registration Open!

    7th Annual Canadian Society of Hand Therapists Conference
    - Pearls in Hand Rehabilitation

    May 2–3, 2014 at the Delta Halifax Hotel in Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Register Now (Members, login first to receive a discounted rate!)

  • CSHT 2014 Conference Brochure

    CSHT 2014 Conference Brochure is now available for viewing. Online registration for the conference open!

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  • CSHT 2014 Conference Call For Papers

    CSHT conference committee is now taking submissions for paper and poster presentations for the CSHT conference in Halifax, NS, May 2-3 2014.

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  • January 2014 In Hand Newsletter

    Check out the January 2014 In Hand newsletter, now available in the Members section.

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Disclaimer

On behalf of CSHT we would like to welcome everyone to browse our website and learn more about hand therapy in Canada. The material on this site is made available with the understanding that we are not engaged in providing professional advice. We are unable to answer specific hand therapy questions related to personal hand injuries or dysfunction. Should this be your requirement, we advise you to see your family physician and request the services of a practicing hand therapist in your area. If anyone is having a difficult time finding a hand therapist, please email one of the regional representatives as they can be of assistance locating the nearest hand therapist.