Official podcast of the Canadian Society for Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Interview With Gaelle Groux About the Zika Virus
Meghan McGee and Chenoa Cassidy-Matthews interview with Gaëlle Groux,a Post-Bachelor Fellow with the Global Strategy Lab at the University of Ottawa’s Centre for Health Law, Policy & Ethics, and author of, "3 Ways Canada Can Help Stem The Spread Of The Zika Outbreak," in the Huffington Post Canada.
Interviews with Anna Don, Janet Kemer and Noberthe Jean-Baptiste
Ottawa student Meghan McGee speaks to three emerging health researchers: Anna Don ("Exploring health and social service barriers experienced by children with intellectual disabilities: A Foucauldian discourse analysis"), Janet Kemer ("Nursing Management of Postpartum Care in Rural Kenyan Communities") and Noberthe Jean-Baptiste ("Effet de la consommation de boissons sucrées sur le statut pondéral d’enfants en situation minoritaire vivant à Ottawa : Résultats préliminaires").
Interview with Patrick Saunders-Hastings
Ottawa student Gavin Maludzinski speaks with public health and global health researcher Patrick Saunders-Hastings.
Interview With Kenny Wong
Toronto MPH student Audrey Wong interviews Kenny Wong, an Epidemiologist with Public Health Ontario who has a depth of experience in infectious disease planning and surveillance.
Interview with Lehana Thabane
Master's student Lyubov Lytvyn interviews Dr. Lehana Thabane, who is a research methodologist with interests in the development and application of statistical methods for health research. Dr. Thabane is a Professor and the Associate Chair of McMaster University’s Department in Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics. He is also the Director of the Biostatistics Unit at the Centre for Evaluation of Medicine, the System-Linked Research Unit. In addition, he serves as a Senior Scientist at the Population Health Research Institute of Hamilton Health Sciences & McMaster University.
Interview with Sarah Frise
MPH student Audrey Wong interviews Dr Sarah Frise of the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto. Dr Frise is a specialist in pharmacoepidemiology. Her research includes the risk evaluation, risk communication, and the evaluation of the effectiveness of risk mitigation.