On May 06, 2015 members from the KFLAPHI team presented to Colonel Hugh MacKay (Deputy Surgeon General, Canadian Forces, Department of National Defence) and colleagues, as well as colleagues from Queenâ€™s University. The purpose of this presentation was Â to discuss the potential for the Canadian military to adopt some of the eHealth applications created by KFLAPHI in their own health … Read More
Kieran Moore, Adam van Dijk, Paul Belanger, and Dillan Fernando presented at the Ontario Public Health Convention hosted by the Ontario Public Health Association (OPHA), the Association of Local Public Health Agencies (alPHa) and the Ontario Agency for Health Protection and Promotion (OAHPP). The convention combined research presentations and educational workshops, focusing on the exchange of evidence, ideas, and technology … Read More
Members of the QPHI team (Kate Bassil, Tara Donovan, Adam van Dijk), associated with KFL&A Public Health, will present their respective syndromic surveillance projects. This full-day event provides a venue for Institute members to meet, share their research and explore the diversity of Population and Public Health initiatives currently underway at Queen’s University. Examples are available in theÂ PresentationsÂ section.
Ms. Donovan has been invited to give a poster presentation to contribute to the continuing education program at the 2008 Local, State, and Federal Public Health Preparedness Summit in Atlanta, Georgia. The poster titled An Innovative, Integrated Syndromic Surveillance System for Infectious Disease is available for viewing under theÂ PresentationsÂ section.
Members of the QPHI team (Dr. Kieran Moore, Adam van Dijk and Tara L Donovan) presented developments in syndromic surveillance from KFL&A Public Health and QPHI projects on December 2-5th in Raleigh. Two poster presentations were displayed including Infection Watch Live: A real-time, geospatial mapping tool of hospital triage data for public consumption (Adam van Dijk) and Mapping of Occupational … Read More
On March 18th, Dr. Paul Belanger presented at the Workshop on Syndromic Surveillance of Health and Climate-Related Impacts hosted by KFL&A Public Health with support from Health Canada and financial contributions from Queenâ€™s University Department of Family Medicine. The workshop brought together public health practitioners, epidemiologists, emergency management officials, and environmental health experts to discuss lessons learned and share best … Read More