Past Presentations

Date Title Presenter
Jun 18, 2018
Perspectives on the Opportunities and Challenges of a Provincial Public Drug Plan
Eric Lun
Jun 11, 2018
BC SUPPORT Unit / CST Partnership
Ella Young
Jun 4, 2018
What Nonprofits Can Teach For-Profit Businesses about Managing for Values
David Silver
May 28, 2018
Economic Evaluation of Mobile Health (Mhealth) Interventions for Improving Maternal and Newborn Health in Low-And-Middle-Income Settings
Asif Khowaja
May 21, 2018
No Rounds - Victoria Day
May 14, 2018
Research Program for the Evaluation of Better At Home: Design, Reflections and Early Findings
David Whitehurst & Louisa Edwards
May 7, 2018
Involvement of Patients and Professionals in the Development and Pretesting of an Asthma/Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Health Literacy (HL) Measurement Tool: A Canadian Approach
Iraj Pourselami, Jessica Shum & Selva Bayat
Apr 30, 2018
What Should We Do When People Disagree? Priority Setting in Relation to End of Life and Cancer Drugs
Rachel Baker
Apr 23, 2018
The Global Struggle to Save Antibiotic Therapy: How to Become a Resistance Fighter
David Patrick
Apr 16, 2018
Mobilizing Evidence in Policy to Improve Lifetime Health Through Action on the Social Determinants of Health
Graham Shaw
Apr 9, 2018
No Rounds
Apr 2, 2018
No Rounds - Happy Easter!
Mar 26, 2018
Introducing Electronic Quality of Life Assessments in Palliative Care
Richard Sawatzky
Mar 19, 2018
South Asian Knee Arthroplasty Research (SAKAR)
Nitya Suryaprakash & Stirling Bryan
Mar 12, 2018
Economic Evaluation and Valuation of Interventions That Support Shared Decision-Making: The Case of Treatment for End-Stage Osteoarthritis
Logan Trenaman
Mar 5, 2018
Big Data in the Health Sector: Cautions, Concerns, Conundrums
Micheal Vonn
Feb 26, 2018
No Rounds
Feb 19, 2018
Community Level Intervention for Pre-Eclampsia (CLIP) Trial: An International Cluster Randomized Trial: Challenges in Design, Implementation and Analysis
Joel Singer & Beth Payne
Feb 12, 2018
No Rounds - Happy Family Day!
Feb 5, 2018
Gender and Sex Differences in Clinical Epidemiology and Evaluation - Interesting Discoveries to Inform Policy and Practice
Mieke Koehoorn