Seminars offer a wide range of topics and are open to all SEPH community members (students, faculty, partners).

Seminars 2023-2024

April 18; Ethics of research involving humans in epidemiology and public health research. Speaker: Hanan Abdel-Akher, Senior Policy Analyst, Secretariat Responsible Conduct of Research.

February 28; Building system capacity for palliative homecare in Canada's diverse healthcare landscape: Leveraging health economics and mixed methods to bolster and sustain palliative homecare. Speaker: Dr. Sarina Isenberg, Chair, Mixed Methods Palliative Care Research, Bruyére Research Institute. 

January 18; Environmental Chemical Exposures and Health Outcomes in Pregnancy and Across the Lifecourse with Dr. Jillian Ashley-Martin, Research Scientist in the Environmental Health Science and Research Bureau at Health Canada. 

December 13; Decoding Data: insights from 37 years in epidemiology. Speaker: Helen Johansen, PhD, Adjunct Professor, SEPH.

November 21; Bringing together patient-oriented research and Indigenous community-centred health research. Speaker  Malcolm King, PhD, FCAHS, FRSC, Scientific Director of the Saskatchewan Centre for Patient Oriented Research.

October 19; Application of NLP in eHealth. Speaker: Dr. Arya Rahgozar. 

September 27; Advancing Migration in Health and Health in Migration: Lessons (un)learnt in translating evidence to policy and practice. Speaker: Dr. Kolitha Wickramage, MD, MPH, PhD, MA (Human Rights), Global Health Research and Epidemiology Unit, UN Migration Agency. 

September 20;Suicide prevention in the post-pandemic times: Lessons learned and new challenges with Dr. Alejandro de la Torre-Luque, Department of Legal Medicine, Psychiatry and Pathology, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain. 

September 18; Cardiac Rehabilitation Rounds will be presented online via Zoom with Professor Rod Taylor, MSc PhD - Two Decades of Cardiac Rehabilitation Research and Practice: A look back and a look forward.