CAN-RESTORE with the help of CDTRP, is hosting a virtual symposium entitled: Remote Transplant Rehabilitation During COVID-19: Lessons Being

  • When: Tuesday June 23rd, 2020 at 3pm ET
  • Where: Zoom

View the full program here.

Invited speakers
  • Dr. Lisa Wickerson – Toronto Lung Transplant Program, Toronto, Canada – Rapid adoption of tele-rehabilitation: the experience of a large lung transplant centre
  • Dr. Anne Holland – Monash University and Alfred Health, Melbourne, Australia – Home and remote exercise testing in chronic lung disease: a rapid review
Register for free here (deadline June 19)


The Canadian Network for Rehabilitation and Exercise for Solid Organ Transplant Optimal Recovery (CAN-RESTORE) is an emerging network dedicated to achieving optimal well-being in transplant patients through exercise and rehabilitation. As part of the CDTRP, CAN-RESTORE makes use of national, interdisciplinary collaboration, research expertise and leadership in exercise and rehabilitation. This allows the network to gather the best available evidence, disseminate knowledge on exercise and rehabilitation and identify research priorities.

Co-chairs: Drs. Sunita Mathur and Tania Janaudis-Ferreira