Why become a member of CAAH

Our goals

To consult the Association's constitution, please click here.

The Canadian Association for Adolescent Health was created in March 1993. Incorporated as a non profit organization, it is a multidisciplinary Assocition. A person or organization engaged in clinical practice, teaching, community action or research within the field of adolescent health, education and welfare may apply for membership. We publish, four times a year, PRO-TEEn in English and PRO-ADO in French. This official publication of about 20 pages includes news, upcoming scientific events, publication, research summaries, health facts, description of programs and Associations in the field of adolescence, and state of the art articles. We are holding an annual scientific national meeting but regional meeting are also planned at low cost.

We are offering an institutional membership or group membership. It is only for those whose dues are paid by their institution/organization/association/group. For 200.00$ you can register 4 to 7 members. However, each member fills a different subscription form and will receive individually our publications and will have reduced fees when attending our meetings.

Registration fees cover one chronological year, i.e. 1998. However, registration and payment received after September 15th, will be valid until December 31st of next year. Members of adolescent health section of the Canadian Pediatric Society have registration fees waived for CAAH membership

  • Individual 65$
  • Student full time 20$
  • Group, Institution (4 to 7 persons) 200$
Dr Jean-Yves Frappier
Dr Eudice Goldberg
Dr Marc Girard
Director's Delegate:
Dr Roger Tonkin

Board of Directors:
Mary Paone, RN, MSN, Vancouver
Dr Jean-Yves Frappier, Montréal
Dr Eudice Goldberg
Joanne Gusella (Ph.D pscyhology), Halifax
Dr Roger Tonkin, Vancouver
Our coordinate:
Canadian Association for Adolescent Health
Sainte-Justine Hospital
7th floor, 2nd block
3175 chemin de la Cote Sainte-Catherine
Montreal QC H3T 1C5
Tel: (514) 345-9959
Fax: (514) 345-4778