Coast to Coast Seminars at the IRMACS Centre

The topic of the Spring 2015 C2C seminar series is “The power of linked administrative health data for population health research: robust data and progressive data analytics”.

This upcoming Coast to Coast Seminar Series on Population Health Research focuses on some of the exceptional work that is currently being done in this field using administrative data. It highlights how cross-sectoral, longitudinal studies of health indicators and progressive analytic techniques can produce outstanding contributions to inform health-related policy-making for healthier communities.

The table below lists the upcoming Coast to Coast Seminars at the IRMACS Centre. You can get a list of these seminars with their abstracts by clicking on the title of the talk of interest. For those seminars without abstracts, the abstracts will be provided closer to the date of the seminar.

For more information about the Coast to Coast Seminar Series please refer to the Coast to Coast web site.

You can also view the extensive list of past Coast to Coast Seminars the IRMACS Centre has hosted.

For local seminar locations go to "Where to go to see C2C talks?” For the Spring 2015 seminar series, all presenters will be speaking from UBC (Earth Sciences Building Room 4127) except the March 31st seminar.

To RSVP to attend one of the talks below, please fill out the Coast to Coast RSVP form.

Date Location Information
Mar 03, 2015
11:30 - 12:30
Rm10901 Coast to Coast Seminar Series: "Quality and Costs of End-of-Life Cancer Care: The Effect of Home Care Nursing in Three Provinces"
Ms Reka Pataky
Data Linkage Coordinator, BC Cancer Agency and Hsien Seow, Associate Professor, McMaster University
Mar 17, 2015
11:30 - 12:30
Rm10901 Coast to Coast Seminar Series: "How do I love data? Let me count the ways: Using Linked Databases for Work and Health research"
Mieke Koehoom
Faculty of Medicine, School of Population and Public Health, University of BC
Mar 31, 2015
11:30 - 12:30
Rm10901 Coast to Coast Seminar Series: "Primary Health Care Utilization for Alcohol-Attributed Diseases in British Columbia"
Ms Amanda Slaunwhite
University of Victoria