Weekly Seminar: Adventures in Health Economics

Weekly Seminar: Adventures in Health Economics

The Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture (CCHSA) will be hosting the weekly seminar on Tuesday, December 13, 14:30-15:30 p.m. at James Dosman Boardroom 1254. This week's seminar presenter will be Erika Penz​, speaking on the topic of Adventures in Health Economics. All are welcome!

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Weekly Seminar: Google Scholar Profile Workshop

Weekly Seminar: Google Scholar Profile Workshop

December 6's seminar is canceled and will be rescheduled at a later date.

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Weekly Seminar: Back Health among Saskatchewan Farmers

Weekly Seminar: Back Health among Saskatchewan Farmers

The Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture (CCHSA) will be hosting the weekly seminar on Tuesday, November 29, 14:30-15:30 p.m. at James Dosman Boardroom 1254. This week's seminar presenter will be Brenna Bath and Xiaoke Zeng​, speaking on the topic of Back Health among Saskatchewan Farmers. All are welcome!

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Weekly Seminar: Effects of task automation on the mental workload  and situation awareness of operators of agricultural  semi-autonomous vehicles

Weekly Seminar: Effects of task automation on the mental workload and situation awareness of operators of agricultural semi-autonomous vehicles

The Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture (CCHSA) will be hosting the weekly seminar on Tuesday, November 22, 14:30-15:30 p.m. at James Dosman Boardroom 1254. This week's seminar presenter will be Behzad Bashiri​, speaking on the topic of Effects of task automation on the mental workload and situation awareness of operators of agricultural semi-autonomous vehicles. All are welcome!

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CCHSA Research on Radio: Back Pain Care for Rural Residents

CCHSA Research on Radio: Back Pain Care for Rural Residents

Dr. Brenna Bath, CCHSA faculty member, talks about a new pilot telehealth study in the Kelsey Trail Health Region for rural residents with chronic back disorders in a radio interview with 107.5Bolt FM Humboldt.

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Weekly Seminar: Avoiding Predatory Journals

Weekly Seminar: Avoiding Predatory Journals

The Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture (CCHSA) will be hosting the weekly seminar on Tuesday, November 15, 14:30-15:30 p.m. at James Dosman Boardroom 1254. This week's seminar presenter will be Jon Watts​, speaking on the topic of Avoiding Predatory Journals. All are welcome!

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Weekly Seminar: Low Back Disorders among Waste Collection Workers

Weekly Seminar: Low Back Disorders among Waste Collection Workers

The Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture (CCHSA) will be hosting the weekly seminar on Tuesday,November 8, 14:30-15:30 p.m. at James Dosman Boardroom 1254. This week's seminar presenter will be Benedicta Asante, speaking on the topic of Low Back Disorders among Waste Collection Workers. All are welcome!

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CCHSA Research on TV: Dementia Care and Back Research

CCHSA Research on TV: Dementia Care and Back Research

CCHSA research was featured on CTV's Farmgate program this week.

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Shaking All Over

Newly published research from the ErgoLab Team quantifies vibration from farm machinery on the Canadian prairies.

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Weekly Seminar: Occupational Safety: Current Research and its Application

Weekly Seminar: Occupational Safety: Current Research and its Application

The Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture (CCHSA) will be hosting the weekly seminar on Tuesday, October 18, 14:30-15:30 p.m. at James Dosman Boardroom 1254. This week's seminar presenter will be Valery Chirkov, speaking on the topic of Occupational safety: Current research and its application. All are welcome!

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Weekly Seminar: Low Back Disorders among Waste Collection Workers

Weekly Seminar: Low Back Disorders among Waste Collection Workers

October 25's seminar is canceled and will be rescheduled at a later date.

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Xiaoke Zeng Wins National Award

Xiaoke Zeng Wins National Award

Recently-graduated CCHSA Masters student and Founding Chairs Awardee Xiaoke Zeng won the Top Student Abstract Award at the 9th Biennial Conference of the Canadian Association for Research on Work and Health earlier this week in Toronto.

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Weekly Seminar: Hypothermia and Cold Exposure Injuries

Weekly Seminar: Hypothermia and Cold Exposure Injuries

The Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture (CCHSA) will be hosting the weekly seminar on Tuesday, October 18, 14:30-15:30 p.m. at James Dosman Boardroom 1254. This week's seminar presenter will be Adam Paish, speaking on the topic of "Hypothermia and Cold Exposure Injuries". All are welcome!

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Weekly Seminar: Preliminary Analysis of the Psychologically Distressing Experiences of Rural Registered Nurses in Canada

Weekly Seminar: Preliminary Analysis of the Psychologically Distressing Experiences of Rural Registered Nurses in Canada

The Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture (CCHSA) will be hosting the weekly seminar on Tuesday, October 11, 14:30-15:30 p.m. at James Dosman Boardroom 1254. This week's seminar presenter will be Sharleen Jahner, speaking on the topic of "Preliminary Analysis of the Psychologically Distressing Experiences of Rural Registered Nurses in Canada". All are welcome!

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Weekly Seminar: Kneeling and Knee Osteoarthritis, the Effects of a Simulated Occupational Kneeling Exposure on the Neuromuscular Control of Gait and Squatting

Weekly Seminar: Kneeling and Knee Osteoarthritis, the Effects of a Simulated Occupational Kneeling Exposure on the Neuromuscular Control of Gait and Squatting

The Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture (CCHSA) will be hosting the weekly seminar on Tuesday, October 4, 14:30-15:30 p.m. at James Dosman Boardroom 1254. This week's seminar presenter will be Liana Tennant, speaking on the topic of "Kneeling and Knee Osteoarthritis: The Effects of a Simulated Occupational Kneeling Exposure on the Neuromuscular Control of Gait and Squatting". All are welcome!

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Weekly Seminar: Unraveling the Molecular Basis of Endotoxin and Glyphosate Inhalation Exposure  by the Use of Animal Model

Weekly Seminar: Unraveling the Molecular Basis of Endotoxin and Glyphosate Inhalation Exposure by the Use of Animal Model

The Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture (CCHSA) will be hosting the weekly seminar on Tuesday, September 27, 14:30-15:30 p.m. at James Dosman Boardroom 1254. This week's seminar presenter will be Upkardeep Singh speaking on the topic of: "Unraveling the molecular basis of endotoxin and glyphosate inhalation exposure by the use of animal model". All are welcome!

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Grain Safety Training

Grain Safety Training

CCHSA is excited to support CASA as they develop and promote a new national grain safety program to address the frequency of grain entrapments in Canada.

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CCHSA Researcher Debra Morgan recognized by the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences

CCHSA Researcher Debra Morgan recognized by the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences

University of Saskatchewan (U of S) researchers in the Colleges of Pharmacy and Nutrition and Medicine have been recognized by the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS) for their work to advance academic health science

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Weekly Seminar: Evaluation of Lung Function in Rural Dwelling Children

Weekly Seminar: Evaluation of Lung Function in Rural Dwelling Children

The Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture (CCHSA) will be hosting the weekly seminar on Tuesday, September 20, 14:30-15:30 p.m. at James Dosman Boardroom 1254. This week's seminar presenter will be Lakshmi Balakrishnan speaking on the topic of: "Evaluation of Lung Function Rural Dwelling Children."

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CIHR Foundation Grant Awarded

CIHR Foundation Grant Awarded

Dr. Debra Morgan, lead of the Rural Dementia Action Research (RaDAR) research program at CCHSA , was just awarded a CIHR Foundation Grant for the research program “Design and evaluation of integrated primary health care practices for dementia in rural and remote settings.” The Foundation grant will bring together researchers, program experts, and knowledge users in Canada and internationally, across multiple disciplines and areas of expertise. The goal of the research is to improve the quality of rural primary health care, and quality of life, among rural people with dementia and their caregivers.

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