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Retention of the allied health workforce and the provision of consistent health interventions and supports.
Identifying and adequately addressing social and economic factors that impact antimicrobial resistance.
Students will present their research and its applications in the areas of epidemiology, population health, mental health, aging and primary care.
Shaping the Population Health Exchange: working together to build a system that supports research impact.
A evening panel discussion on lessons learned from Ebola and other humanitarian settings to achieve positive and social health outcomes.
Achieving greater consistency in approach, accuracy and finding in cost of illness studies.
Four Master of Applied Epidemiology students will inform and entertain you with tales from the field.
Convince grant reviewers that your proposed data collection and analysis is properly planned.
Join us to discuss the first 10 years of paid parental leave – what have we learned and where are we heading?
Who owns wellbeing and why? Tom will discuss the conceptualization of a "co-created wellbeing" between patients, physicians and others.
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