Events

Upcoming

CHSPR Seminar | Transforming Healthcare through Informatics, Data Science, and Ubiquitous Computing

Leanne Currie
October 2, 2017
UBC School of Population and Public Health

The Cy Frank Legacy Lectureship | Innovation in Healthcare: Lines of Sight to Policy and Practice

Tom Noseworthy
October 20, 2017, 2pm
VGH Eye Centre (100LT)

CHSPR Seminar | Surgical Waits: Can the Effects be Measured?

Jason Sutherland
December 5, 2017
UBC School of Population and Public Health

2018 CHSPR Health Policy Conference: The System Awakens

CHSPR’s 30th anniversary health policy conference
March 8-9, 2018
Pinnacle Hotel Vancouver Harbourfront


Past

CHSPR Seminar | Big Data Down Under: Implications for Pharmaceutical Policy Research

Sallie Pearson
June 20, 2017
UBC School of Population and Public Health

CHSPR Seminar: Can health economics be patient-oriented? Should it be?

Stirling Bryan
April 18, 2017
UBC School of Population and Public Health

CHSPR Seminar: How a varied diet is good for diabetes prevention, but could increase diet cost

Annalijn Conklin
February 28, 2017
UBC School of Population and Public Health

Vancouver DoFP Speaker Series: Social Determinants of Health: Buzzwords to Practice

January 2017: On Feb. 16, join CHSPR graduate student Dr. Vanessa Brcic, Dr. David Tu, and Elder Bruce Robinson to learn how family physicians can understand what it really means to consider and act on the socio-economic condition of their patients – within their practice, or the broader system. Registration and more information

Jason Sutherland on Health Care Funding Policy

February 2017: On Feb. 15, CHSPR faculty member Dr. Jason Sutherland will speak about opportunities for reform in health care funding policy at a CHEOS Work in Progress Seminar at St. Paul’s Hospital. Jason also sat down for a Q&A on this work.

SPPH Grand Rounds: Tackling Poverty and Socioeconomic Inequities

January 2017: On Friday Jan. 27 at 9am CHSPR emeritus faculty member Bob Evans will join SPPH professors John Millar and Craig Mitton and Vancouver School of Economics Professor Craig Riddell to discuss how wealth affects health, why, and what we can do about it. More

The Return to Relationships: Big Ideas to Improve Health Care for All Canadians

January 2017: On Monday Jan. 23 at 7pm Dr. Danielle Martin will discuss the three relationships for health that underpin high-performing health care systems around the world, and other big ideas to make health care in Canada better, now. Registration and more information

CHSPR Seminar: Health-Promoting Hospitals

Ross Graham
February 23, 2016
UBC School of Population and Public Health

CHSPR Seminar: Hip Fracture Mortality by Teaching Status of Treating Hospital

Katie Sheehan
March 22, 2016
UBC School of Population and Public Health