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February 2, 2017

Educational Events & Training

In This Issue...

2017 Introduction to Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis Workshop

February 2017 CIHR STAGE Sequencing and Analysis of 10,000s of Human Genomes: Challenges and Opportunities

February 2017 - Uncovering the Role of Middle Managers in the Implementation of Innovations in Cancer Care

CHI Data Science Recommended Event

2017 Introduction to Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis Workshop

Limited Spots Available! February 21–24, 2017 - The George & Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation (CHI) will be hosting a four-day workshop featuring experts from CHI’s Knowledge Synthesis platform and the Rady FHS College of Nursing.

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February 2017 CIHR STAGE Sequencing and Analysis of 10,000s of Human Genomes: Challenges and Opportunities

February 3, 2017 | 11am-12pm - CIHR STAGE Sequencing and Analysis of 10,000s of Human Genomes: Challenges and Opportunities - Featuring: Dr. Goncalo Abecasis, Felix E. Moore Collegiate Professor and Department Chair, Department of Biostatistics, University of Michigan School of Public Health

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February 2017 - Uncovering the Role of Middle Managers in the Implementation of Innovations in Cancer Care

Uncovering the Role of Middle Managers in the Implementation of Innovations in Cancer Care featuring Dr. Robin Urquhart on February 9 from 11am-12pm. Webinar hosted by CHI Knowledge Translation in 315 Chown (735 McDermot).

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CHI Data Science Recommended Event

As per CHI Data Science Director Lisa  Lix – a recommended education opportunity:

Dr. Nathaniel D. Osgood at the University of Saskatchewan is hosting a boot camp later this summer titled “Understanding Health Behaviour Using Smartphones and Wearables” for health researchers and professionals. June 5 to 8, 2017

This boot camp focuses on data collection & analysis from mobile devices such as smartphones & wearables, including sensed data, ecological momentary assessments, and crowdsourcing.  On the analysis side, this includes discussion of uses of dynamic models together with such data, in addition to machine learning tools in R, interactive exploration using tableau, etc.  Participants will get to design, run and analyze data from a mini-study during the boot camp.  

Our Partners

Support for George & Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation is provided by the University of Manitoba, Canadian Institutes for Health Research, Province of Manitoba and Winnipeg Regional Health Authority.

George and Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation
Third floor, Chown Building
753 McDermot Avenue
Winnipeg, MB, Canada
R3E 0T6
Phone: 204.594.5391 Fax: 204.594.5394 Email:info@chimb.ca