The CCHSA seminar is a weekly lecture delivered by invited speakers on Tuesdays from 2:30-3:30 during the school term.
Topics include current issues in agricultural and rural health research and practice. Seminar speakers include those affiliated with CCHSA, with other departments at U of S, and visitors to the university such as those from other institutions or government. We encourage presentations from students, researchers, Centre staff, and practitioners. The 30 to 40-min presentation format emphasizes discussion of topics and encourages participant interaction with speakers.
Seminars are held in James Dosman Boardroom (E-wing 1254).
|Sept 19||April Liu||
Handling missing (at random) data in longidutinal analysis
|Sept 26||Rana Masud||
From data to statistical model: an illustrative example
|Oct 3||Oluwafemi Oluwole||
Asthma diagnosis, phenotypes, and severity and indoor microbia exposure among urban and rural children in Saskatchewan, Canada
|Oct 10||Kathleen Kulyk||Evaluating a questionnaire assessing healthcare provider perceptions of rural dementia care|
|Oct 17||Valerie Elliot||
Health-related stigma of neurological disease in rural adult populations: A scoping review
|Oct 24||Amanda Nascimento||
Deficiency of Leukocyte-specific protein 1 (LSP1) alleviates asthma by regulating inflammatory cell recruitment in mouse model
|Oct 31||Ulfat Khanam||Are dietary factors associated with lung function in Canadian Adults?|
|Nov 7||Marcel D'Eon||Learner safety: Myths and near-myths.|
|Nov 21||Marcus Yung||
Shaken, and Stirred: Exploring the Bonds Between Whole Body Vibration and Human Performance.
|Nov 28||Luan Chu||
Pilot study: Personal exposure monitoring in children - An investigation of the usefulness of personal exposure monitoring to collect environmental exposures data in school-age children.
|Dec 5||Adriana Fonseca & Angela Busch||
A Visiting Professor Program, Building Rehabilitation Capacity and Collaborations in Honduras.