Whether you are a person with a lived experience of lung health, a researcher advancing treatments for and understanding of lung disease, a health care provider, or a community partner who powers our ability to effect change, this event is for you.
Vincent lived his life to the fullest. Even before his transplant, he lived on the edge, often saying “we know skateboarding /snowboarding /mountain biking /or whatever he felt an urge to conquer, isn’t going to be what kills me”.
Lung Saskatchewan’s strategic priorities include the delivery of education with a renewed focus on equity, diversity, and inclusion. Our work includes supporting front-line professionals in delivering health care with recognition, validation, and empathy.