Queensland Epidemiology Group

Wine and Cheese, Queensland

Friday, October 08, 2010 3:30 am - 5:30 am
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“Can an Epidemiologist be the same by any other name? Pathways for Epidemiology”

The QEG invites you to this event with guest speaker

Professor Andrew Wilson

Executive Dean, Faculty of Health,

Queensland University of Technology

 Professor Wilson has held previous appointments as Deputy Director General Policy, Strategy and Resourcing, Queensland Health; Professor Public Health, School of Population Health and Deputy Dean and Director of Research Faculty of Health Sciences University of Queensland; and Chief Health Officer and Deputy Director General Public Health, NSW Health. He has specialist qualifications in clinical medicine and public health, and a PhD in epidemiology. His research interests concern the application of epidemiology to informing decision making in clinical medicine, public health, and health service policy and planning.

Date: Thursday 7th October 2010

Time: 4.30pm – 5.30pm

Venue: IHBI Seminar Room, Level 4, 60 Musk Avenue

Kelvin Grove Campus, Queensland University of Technology

Please see this webpage for directions https://www.ihbi.qut.edu.au/about/locationandc/

 

Everyone is welcome. For catering purposes please RSVP by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 5.00pm, Friday 1st October

The Queensland Epidemiology Group (QEG), is the Queensland Chapter of the Australasian Epidemiological Association (AEA)

Queensland Epidemiology Group mid-year seminar

Tuesday, June 19, 2012 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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The AEA Queensland Epidemiology Group presents:

The impact and application of technological advances in Epidemiology

Tuesday 19 June, 9am – 10:30 am (Light breakfast from 8:30am)

Venue: UQ Centre for Clinical Research (Main Auditorium), RBWH Campus, Herston

Map: http://www.uqccr.uq.edu.au/contact-us/how-to-find-us.aspx

Speakers:

- Peter Simpson, Centre for Clinical Research, UQ: Data mining to help understand the molecular and clinical heterogeneity of breast cancer

- Laith Yakob, School of Population Health, UQ: Genetic technologies in the control of vector-borne disease

- Adrian Barnett, Institute Health and Biomedical Innovation, QUT: Free data, data mining and the health benefits

The Queensland Epidemiology Group is pleased to invite you to join us at our mid-year seminar. Technological advances have impacted on all sections of society, and epidemiology is no exception. Come and listen to our interesting programme of speakers discuss the use of technology in their own research programs, and how related advances have impacted their work, and epidemiology in general.

All Welcome! We look forward to seeing you there!!

(No RSVP required)

 

 

Translating research into policy and practice

Thursday, June 13, 2013 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Queensland Epidemiology Group (QEG)

QEG will be holding a midyear seminar: Translating research into policy and practice.

Date: 13 June 2013

Time: 8.30-10.00 - refreshments served from 8am

Venue: UQCCR RWBH campus

Three speakers will discuss their role and insights into this challenging issue: Dr Shelley Wilkinson from Mater Mothers Hospital, Professor Joanne Wood from QUT and Catherine Harper from Department of Health, Queensland Government.

All welcome. RSVP to Population_Epidemiology@health.qld.gov.au

Measuring disease and injury burden in populations

Friday, March 10, 2017 10:00 pm - 12:00 am
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Measuring disease and injury burden in populations: innovations for local, national and global health development.

The role of epidemiology in addressing health disadvantage and improving health outcomes of Indigenous Australians

Wednesday, May 09, 2018 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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Qld HealthThe Queensland Chapter of the AEA and Queensland Health’s Preventive Health Branch will be hosting an Indigenous Health forum on the 9th May 2018 in Brisbane. The theme is ‘The role of epidemiology in addressing health disadvantage and improving health outcomes of Indigenous Australians’. The program will feature presentations by four experts speakers followed by a panel discussion. Please see the flyer linked below for further details.

pdf The role of epidemiology in addressing health disadvantage (159 KB)

Epi masterclass on causal inference methodology - Dr Ellie Murray

Monday, November 25, 2019 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Ellie Muray

An Evening With Dr Ellie Murray:

an epi masterclass on causal inference methodology

5:00 - 8:00 pm (including light refreshments)

Monday 25th November, 2019

pdf QEG Dr EllieMurray Causal Inference Masterclass (2.58 MB)

University of Queensland, Oral Health Centre Auditorium, Herston

This is a free event & open to all. Registration is essential for catering and seating purposes.

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