Epidemiology Seminars - Winter 2021
The Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health - Seminar Series is a self-approved group learning activity (section 1) as defined by the maintenance of certification program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.
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PLEASE NOTE: The Seminar Series-Winter 2021 will take place from 4:00 to 5:00 PM every other Monday via ZOOM. (For Zoom links please click on title)
|January 11, 2021||Alyssa Bilinski (Harvard University)
||Goldilocks and the Pre-Intervention Time Series: How Long is "Just Right" and the Parallel Trends Implications||
1. To understand why pre-intervention time periods that are too long or too short may introduce bias into estimates of causal effects;
|January 25, 2021||Xiangfei Meng (McGill)||
1. Understand the importance of early life experiences in the subsequent health outcomes;
|February 8, 2021||Marc Beltempo (McGill)||
1. Review how large collaborative quality improvement initiatives have helped change outcomes of preterm infants;
|February 22, 2021||Kelly K. Anderson (Western University)||Psychosis among Migrant Groups in Ontario: Differences in Risk, Access to Care, and Clinical Presentation at First Onset||
1. To discuss the epidemiology of psychotic disorders among migrant groups in Ontario;
|March 1, 2021||NO SEMINAR - READING WEEK|
|March 15, 2021||Joanna Merckx (McGill)|
|March 29, 2021||Brett Thombs (McGill)|