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Tue. 4 Sep, 2018

Bulletin Deadline

Tue. 4 Sep, 2018 6:00 pm

The AE Bulletin is the fortnightly email bulletin of the Australasian Epidemiological Association (AEA). It is emailed to members on the email distribution list.
Email bulletins may be posted on behalf of the AEA. Only bulletins which provide members with notices of official AEA business and information on relevant employment opportunities, training courses, workshops and conferences will be posted.

Cost: $50 per advertisement, $70 if also included on the website
Distribution: Australasian Epidemiological Association members
Deadline: Two days prior to publishing date.

If you would like to advertise through the bulletin please refer to the Journal and Email Bulletin Advertising section of this website

If you would like to remove yourself from the electronic mailing list, please contact the AEA privacy officer. If you have difficulties receiving or reading email bulletins, or wish to update your email details, please contact the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Tue. 18 Sep, 2018

Bulletin Deadline

Tue. 18 Sep, 2018 6:00 pm

The AE Bulletin is the fortnightly email bulletin of the Australasian Epidemiological Association (AEA). It is emailed to members on the email distribution list.
Email bulletins may be posted on behalf of the AEA. Only bulletins which provide members with notices of official AEA business and information on relevant employment opportunities, training courses, workshops and conferences will be posted.

Cost: $50 per advertisement, $70 if also included on the website
Distribution: Australasian Epidemiological Association members
Deadline: Two days prior to publishing date.

If you would like to advertise through the bulletin please refer to the Journal and Email Bulletin Advertising section of this website

If you would like to remove yourself from the electronic mailing list, please contact the AEA privacy officer. If you have difficulties receiving or reading email bulletins, or wish to update your email details, please contact the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Mon. 24 Sep, 2018

Short Course - Advanced Epidemiology, University of Melbourne

Mon. 24 Sep, 2018 7:00 pm - Fri. 28 Sep, 2018 3:00 am

UniMelbThis 3+1 days short course led by Prof Tony Blakely (Centre for Epidemiology and Biostatistics) and Prof John Lynch (The University of Adelaide) will provide a systematic overview of epidemiological concepts and methods, building up from sources of error (confounding, information bias, selection bias) to bias analysis methods, then a range of contemporary methods. The course is premised on a counterfactual and potential outcomes approach to epidemiology. This course is designed for participants with an intermediate-level of knowledge of epidemiology study design and analytical methods, systematic error and biostatistics.

Common attendees of this course include advanced MPH and PhD students, early career researchers, and senior investigators who want an efficient “catch up” on some of the new thinking and methods being used in higher quality research publications.

Venue: The University of Melbourne, Graduate House, 220 Leicester Street, Carlton.

Tue. 25 Sep, 2018

Short Course - Advanced Epidemiology, University of Melbourne

Mon. 24 Sep, 2018 7:00 pm - Fri. 28 Sep, 2018 3:00 am

UniMelbThis 3+1 days short course led by Prof Tony Blakely (Centre for Epidemiology and Biostatistics) and Prof John Lynch (The University of Adelaide) will provide a systematic overview of epidemiological concepts and methods, building up from sources of error (confounding, information bias, selection bias) to bias analysis methods, then a range of contemporary methods. The course is premised on a counterfactual and potential outcomes approach to epidemiology. This course is designed for participants with an intermediate-level of knowledge of epidemiology study design and analytical methods, systematic error and biostatistics.

Common attendees of this course include advanced MPH and PhD students, early career researchers, and senior investigators who want an efficient “catch up” on some of the new thinking and methods being used in higher quality research publications.

Venue: The University of Melbourne, Graduate House, 220 Leicester Street, Carlton.

Wed. 26 Sep, 2018

Short Course - Advanced Epidemiology, University of Melbourne

Mon. 24 Sep, 2018 7:00 pm - Fri. 28 Sep, 2018 3:00 am

UniMelbThis 3+1 days short course led by Prof Tony Blakely (Centre for Epidemiology and Biostatistics) and Prof John Lynch (The University of Adelaide) will provide a systematic overview of epidemiological concepts and methods, building up from sources of error (confounding, information bias, selection bias) to bias analysis methods, then a range of contemporary methods. The course is premised on a counterfactual and potential outcomes approach to epidemiology. This course is designed for participants with an intermediate-level of knowledge of epidemiology study design and analytical methods, systematic error and biostatistics.

Common attendees of this course include advanced MPH and PhD students, early career researchers, and senior investigators who want an efficient “catch up” on some of the new thinking and methods being used in higher quality research publications.

Venue: The University of Melbourne, Graduate House, 220 Leicester Street, Carlton.

Thu. 27 Sep, 2018

Short Course - Advanced Epidemiology, University of Melbourne

Mon. 24 Sep, 2018 7:00 pm - Fri. 28 Sep, 2018 3:00 am

UniMelbThis 3+1 days short course led by Prof Tony Blakely (Centre for Epidemiology and Biostatistics) and Prof John Lynch (The University of Adelaide) will provide a systematic overview of epidemiological concepts and methods, building up from sources of error (confounding, information bias, selection bias) to bias analysis methods, then a range of contemporary methods. The course is premised on a counterfactual and potential outcomes approach to epidemiology. This course is designed for participants with an intermediate-level of knowledge of epidemiology study design and analytical methods, systematic error and biostatistics.

Common attendees of this course include advanced MPH and PhD students, early career researchers, and senior investigators who want an efficient “catch up” on some of the new thinking and methods being used in higher quality research publications.

Venue: The University of Melbourne, Graduate House, 220 Leicester Street, Carlton.

Fri. 28 Sep, 2018

Short Course - Advanced Epidemiology, University of Melbourne

Mon. 24 Sep, 2018 7:00 pm - Fri. 28 Sep, 2018 3:00 am

UniMelbThis 3+1 days short course led by Prof Tony Blakely (Centre for Epidemiology and Biostatistics) and Prof John Lynch (The University of Adelaide) will provide a systematic overview of epidemiological concepts and methods, building up from sources of error (confounding, information bias, selection bias) to bias analysis methods, then a range of contemporary methods. The course is premised on a counterfactual and potential outcomes approach to epidemiology. This course is designed for participants with an intermediate-level of knowledge of epidemiology study design and analytical methods, systematic error and biostatistics.

Common attendees of this course include advanced MPH and PhD students, early career researchers, and senior investigators who want an efficient “catch up” on some of the new thinking and methods being used in higher quality research publications.

Venue: The University of Melbourne, Graduate House, 220 Leicester Street, Carlton.

RCGHA Data Linkage Workshop - Hunter Medical Research Institute

Fri. 28 Sep, 2018 7:00 pm - Sat. 29 Sep, 2018 3:00 am

ALSWHUsing existing administrative data provides more bang for your buck when it comes to leveraging study data and combining prospectively collected survey data with administrative health databases opens up another dimension to health research. The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health (ALSWH, www.alswh.org.au) is a national longitudinal health study involving more than 57,000 women, having collected over 20 years of data on the health and wellbeing of Australian women. ALSWH includes four cohorts of women (born 1989-95, 1973-78, 1946-51 and 1921-26), allowing for within and between generational comparisons, as well as providing linked data to several national and state based administrative health data resources.

Participants will learn about the available linked administrative datasets (MBS, PBS, aged care, hospital, cancer, perinatal), with advice on dealing with the specific data characteristics and tips for combining the ALSWH survey data with the linked data. Examples will be provided to give participants context and application for how the linked data can be utilised.

WHEN - Friday 28 September 2018
WHERE - Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) Building, John Hunter Hospital Campus, New Lambton Heights (Newcastle)

COSTS
- Full-time student $250
- Early bird registration $300 (pay by 10th Sept)
- Regular registration $350 (Pay on 11 Sept or later)

For further information, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call on 02 4042 1621

Sat. 29 Sep, 2018

RCGHA Data Linkage Workshop - Hunter Medical Research Institute

Fri. 28 Sep, 2018 7:00 pm - Sat. 29 Sep, 2018 3:00 am

ALSWHUsing existing administrative data provides more bang for your buck when it comes to leveraging study data and combining prospectively collected survey data with administrative health databases opens up another dimension to health research. The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health (ALSWH, www.alswh.org.au) is a national longitudinal health study involving more than 57,000 women, having collected over 20 years of data on the health and wellbeing of Australian women. ALSWH includes four cohorts of women (born 1989-95, 1973-78, 1946-51 and 1921-26), allowing for within and between generational comparisons, as well as providing linked data to several national and state based administrative health data resources.

Participants will learn about the available linked administrative datasets (MBS, PBS, aged care, hospital, cancer, perinatal), with advice on dealing with the specific data characteristics and tips for combining the ALSWH survey data with the linked data. Examples will be provided to give participants context and application for how the linked data can be utilised.

WHEN - Friday 28 September 2018
WHERE - Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) Building, John Hunter Hospital Campus, New Lambton Heights (Newcastle)

COSTS
- Full-time student $250
- Early bird registration $300 (pay by 10th Sept)
- Regular registration $350 (Pay on 11 Sept or later)

For further information, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call on 02 4042 1621