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).
|Jan 10||Duane Minish and Lynette Epp||
WebEx and you: how to make the most of free connections for telelconference, video conference, and sharing screens
|Jan 17||Marg Sheridan and Andy Sargent||Social Media in Research: Why, Who, and How|
|Jan 24||Rashmi Prakash Patil||Environmental Scan of Telehealth Use in Rural and Remote Practice and Education|
|Jan 31||Amanda Froehlich||Supporting Early Childhood Educators in Rural Communities to Improve their Personal Health and Wellness|
|Feb 7||Josh Lawson||An International Research Program in Childhood Asthma|
CCHSA Visiting Lectruer: Dr. Diana Sanchez Ramirez
|Estimating the Burden of Injuries among the Métis Nation of Alberta, Canada|
|Feb 21||No seminar|
|Feb 28||Wojciech Dawicki||Development of Therapeutics for the Treatment of Asthma and Food Allergies|
|Mar 7||Diana Murcia Rodriguez||Surveillance of Influenza Viruses in Western Canadian Swine and People|
|Mar 14||Punam Pahwa||Longitudinal Data Analysis Methods – A Selective Review|
|Mar 21||No seminar|
|Mar 28||Amanda Nascimento||
Lipopolysaccharide-Induced Sickness Behavior in Lactating Rats Decreases Ultrasonic Vocalizations and Exacerbates Immune System Activity in Male Offspring