Making the Most of Residential History | February 4th | 2020

 

It’s a fact – people move! Join our panel of experts to hear more about how this impacts environmental health research, and how you can take advantage of residential history data now in Canada’s major cohorts.

Why do we care about residential history?

  • Paul Villeneuve,  Professor in the School of Mathematics and Statistics, with appointments in the Department of Health Sciences and in the Departments of Health Sciences and Neurosciences at Carleton University
Statistics Canada residential history program. 
  • Michael Tjepkema, Principal Researcher, Statistics Canada, Division of Health Analysis
CANUE data and cohorts with residential history.
  • Dany Doiron, Research Associate, Respiratory Epidemiology and Clinical Research Unit, Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC); CANUE data linkage expert.
Case Study – Examples from the Canadian Census Health and Environment Cohort.
  • Dan Crouse, Research Associate, New Brunswick Institute for Research, Data and Training; University of New Brunswick Department of Sociology.
Case Study – Examples from the BC Generations CPTP cohort.
  • Trevor Dummer, Co-National Scientific Director of the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project (CPTP).