Weekly Seminar

Weekly Seminar

Joint modeling of longitudinal measurements and survival data with competing risks: application to HIV/AIDS study

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Behzad Bashiri wins COMGRAD Postdoctoral Award

Congratulations to Dr. Behzad Bashiri, winner of University of Saskatchewan's College of Medicine Postdoctoral Award!

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INVEST IN YOUR HEALTH PROGRAM STARTS ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL YEAR

The “Invest in Your Health” program is an Occupational Health and Safety program for the students of agricultural colleges.

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The first ever 2nd Floor Health Sciences Research Day

In order to celebrate collaboration in research, on March 3, 2017, the first ever 2nd Floor Health Sciences Research Day was held at the University of Saskatchewan

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Weekly Seminar:Longitudinal Data Analysis Methods – A Selective Review

Weekly Seminar:Longitudinal Data Analysis Methods – A Selective Review

The Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture (CCHSA) will be hosting the weekly seminar on Tuesday, March 14, 14:30-15:30 p.m. at James Dosman Boardroom 1254. This week's seminar presenter will be Punam Pahwa speaking on the topic of "Longitudinal Data Analysis Methods – A Selective Review" All are welcome!

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Weekly Seminar: Surveillance of Influenza Viruses in Western Canadian Swine and People

Weekly Seminar: Surveillance of Influenza Viruses in Western Canadian Swine and People

The Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture (CCHSA) will be hosting the weekly seminar on Tuesday, March 7, 14:30-15:30 p.m. at James Dosman Boardroom 1254. This week's seminar presenter will be Diana Murcia Rodriguez speaking on the topic of:" Surveillance of Influenza Viruses in Western Canadian Swine and People". All are welcome!

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Weekly Seminar: Development of therapeutics for the treatment of asthma and food allergies

Weekly Seminar: Development of therapeutics for the treatment of asthma and food allergies

The Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture (CCHSA) will be hosting the weekly seminar on Tuesday, February 28, 14:30-15:30 p.m. at James Dosman Boardroom 1254. This week's seminar presenter will be Wojciech Dawicki speaking on the topic of:"Development of therapeutics for the treatment of asthma and food allergies". All are welcome!

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CCHSA faculty evaluating Telehealth for treating back pain in rural Saskatchewan

Dr. Bath speaking about the telehealth study on CTV Saskatoon

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Weekly Seminar: Estimating the burden of injuries among the Métis Nation of Alberta, Canada

Weekly Seminar: Estimating the burden of injuries among the Métis Nation of Alberta, Canada

The Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture (CCHSA) will be hosting the weekly seminar on Tuesday, February 14, 14:30-15:30 p.m. at James Dosman Boardroom 1254. This week's seminar presenter will be Diana Sanchez Ramirez speaking on the topic of:"Estimating the burden of injuries among the Métis Nation of Alberta, Canada". All are welcome!

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Weekly Seminar: An international research program in childhood asthma

Weekly Seminar: An international research program in childhood asthma

The Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture (CCHSA) will be hosting the weekly seminar on Tuesday, February 7, 14:30-15:30 p.m. at James Dosman Boardroom 1254. This week's seminar presenter will be Josh Lawson speaking on the topic of:"An international research program in childhood asthma". All are welcome!

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CCHSA Faculty received the Department of Medicine Research competition awards

As announced on December 19, 2016 by the Chair of the Department of Medicine Research Committee, University of Saskatchewan, 10 awards were granted to 10 high quality research proposals. This was an extremely competitive process and highlights some of the excellent research being conducted in the Department of Medicine. There are 3 faculty from the CCHSA who made it through a thorough review process.

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Weekly Seminar: Supporting early childhood educators in rural communities to improve their personal health and wellness

Weekly Seminar: Supporting early childhood educators in rural communities to improve their personal health and wellness

The Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture (CCHSA) will be hosting the weekly seminar on Tuesday, January 31, 14:30-15:30 p.m. at James Dosman Boardroom 1254. This week's seminar presenter will be Amanda Froehlich speaking on the topic of:"Supporting early childhood educators in rural communities to improve their personal health and wellness". All are welcome!

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CCHSA Visiting Lecturer Dr. Diana Sanchez Ramirez: February 14-16

Dr. Diana Sanchez Ramirez is a Senior Research Associate in the Injury Prevention Centre at the University of Alberta. She is visiting CCHSA February 14-16. During her visit, she will be presenting a special seminar through CCHSA Seminar on February 14. She will also be speaking at the Ergonomics Lab meeting to the ergonomics folks. If you are interested in meeting with Dr. Sanchez Ramirez, please contact Adriana Angarita (adriangarita@usask.ca).

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Weekly Seminar: Environmental Scan of Telehealth use in Rural and Remote Practice and Education

Weekly Seminar: Environmental Scan of Telehealth use in Rural and Remote Practice and Education

The Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture (CCHSA) will be hosting the weekly seminar on Tuesday, January 24, 14:30-15:30 p.m. at James Dosman Boardroom 1254. This week's seminar presenter will be Rashmi Patil speaking on the topic of:"Environmental Scan of Telehealth use in Rural and Remote Practice and Education" All are welcome!

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Weekly Seminar: Social Media in Research: Why, Who, and How

Weekly Seminar: Social Media in Research: Why, Who, and How

The Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture (CCHSA) will be hosting the weekly seminar on Tuesday, January 17, 14:30-15:30 p.m. at James Dosman Boardroom 1254. This week's seminar presenter will be Marg Sheridan and Andy Sargent speaking on the topic of "Social Media in Research: Why, Who, and How". All are welcome!

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Dr. Brenna Bath CBC Radio Interview

Using teams and technology to improve access to health care for rural residents with chronic low back pain. Dr. Brenna Bath, School of Physical Therapy and Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture, was recently interviewed on CBC radio about her research investigating the use of technology and health care teams to improve access to physical therapy care in underserved rural communities.

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