iPal Joining the University of Ottawa Heart Institute at 2011 Smoking Cessation Conference


February is Heart Month and a time when many of us are focused on heart health,  education and the support of organizations that are dedicated to all things heart.

On February 4th and 5th 2011, iPal will be joining our new partner The University of Ottawa  Heart Institute at The Ottawa Model for Smoking Cessation – State of the Art Clinical  Approaches to Smoking Cessation.

Held at the Chateau Laurier in the heart of our Nation’s capital, this annual event is  focused on enhancing the quality and effectiveness of smoking cessation programs delivered in communities around the world.

This national conference will include several internationally renowned speakers on various subjects related to smoking cessation as well as several interactive seminars that will enable conference attendees to participate and explore the ways they may be able to help implement successful smoking cessation programs in their environment.

iPal is happy to support the community and our new partner in the fundamental quest to educate people around the world about their own heart health, habits and how to live  longer and healthier lives!

About iPal Interactive Learning, A Knightsbridge Company

iPal Interactive Learning was established to provide an enhanced e-learning experience. Using industry leading technologies, processes and talent, iPal has created an interactive development methodology that ensures learner engagement and knowledge retention. iPal is truly passionate about taking e-learning to the next level, helping organizations achieve training and development success. Visit our website at: http://www.i-pal.ca
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One Response to iPal Joining the University of Ottawa Heart Institute at 2011 Smoking Cessation Conference

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