Health Research Methods, Evidence, and Impact

HEI Research Day

Our annual research day is an opportunity for the staff, students and faculty of the department to showcase our current research, see and discuss the research interests of other department members, and consider and debate hot methodologic issues. The HEI world is rich in talent, ideas, and health research projects, and this day provides a key venue for appreciating the broad range of our activities.

We will have oral presentations and posters that display HEI research interests and methodologies. In this symposium poster authors will have several minutes to speak and to answer questions on their topic. It is our intention that both the oral and poster presentations will provide the presenters with an opportunity to describe their work before a friendly audience, for practice and feedback.

mark your calendar for the 2017 HEI Research Day

Date:                Thursday, March 30th, 2017
Where:             Sheraton Hotel, Hamilton

More details to follow.


2016 CE&B Research Day recap:
HEI Research Day

CE&B SHOWCASES RESEARCH TALENTS AT 13tH ANNUAL CE&B RESEARCH DAY

CE&B Faculty and students come together to showcase their research and debate on trending methodological issues. More ►


 
Previous Research Days:

CE&B Research Day: 2016 | Program

13th Annual CE&B Research Day: 2016
Thursday, March 31, 2016
Sheraton Hotel, Hamilton

8:00 - 8:45
REGISTRATION/CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST / POSTER VIEWING
8:45 - 9:00

Opening remarks by Dr. Lehana Thabane (Acting Chair of CE&B) – EAST BALLROOM

9:00 - 9:30




9:30 - 9:45

PLENARY SESSION I– EAST BALLROOM

Evidence gaps and challenges in observational infectious disease research: the example of influenza in pregnancy
Dr. Dominik Mertz

Discussion – Moderator: Dr. PJ Devereaux

9:45 - 10:10

DAVID L SACKETT SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT 2014 - 2015

Trials and tribulations of establishing treatment effectiveness in addiction research – Dr. Brittany Dennis

10:10 - 10:30

Refreshment Break AND poster viewing - CENTRE/SOUTH WEST BALLROOM & FOYER

10: 30AM - 11:45 AM ORAL ABSTRACT SESSIONS
East Ballroom - Concurrent session A - Moderator: Dr. Russell de Souza

1. Graeme Ball, HRM PhD student – Economic evaluation of Bevacizumab for treatment of platinum-resistant recurrent ovarian cancer in Canada

2. Naghmeh Foroutan, HRM PhD Student – Amyloid-based immunisation for the treatment of mild-to-moderate Alzheimer’s disease: A systematic review and network meta-analysis

3. Anne Gilsing, Post Doc Researcher – The impact of chronic disease combinations on mortality rate advancement periods in older adults

4. Meha Bhatt, HRM Grad Student – Profile of attempted suicide in psychiatric patients: A case-control study

5. Pavel Roshanov, HRM PhD Student – Withholding versus continuing angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors or
angiotensin II receptor blockers before noncardiac surgery: An analysis of the VISION prospective cohort

MacNAB ROOM - Concurrent session B - Moderator: Dr. Russell de Souza

1. Alexandra Mayhew, HRM PhD Student – A systematic review and meta-analysis of nut consumption and incident risk of cardiovascular disease and all-cause mortality

2. Michelle Turcotte, Undergrad Student – Obesity attenuates genetic predisposition to type 2 diabetes in a multiethnic
longitudinal study

3. Fizza Manzoor, Undergrad Student – Interaction between a composite environmental score and inherited obesity in
a multiethnic population

4. Anila Qasim, HRM Grad Student – Gain-of-function variants Val103Ile and Ile251Leu in the melanocortin 4 receptor gene confer susceptibility to binge eating disorder in obese subjects

5. Vanessa Ha, HRM PhD Student – What is the optimal diet to manage glycaemia during pregnancy?

11:45 - 1:00

Lunch and Poster Presentations - CENTRE/SOUTH WEST BALLROOM & FOYER

1:00 PM – 2:15 PM | ORAL ABSTRACT SESSIONS

EAST BALLROOM - Concurrent session C - Moderator: Dr. Laura Anderson

1. Jennifer Stearns, Post Doc Researcher – The development of the gut microbiome after exposure to intrapartum antibiotics (IPA): The baby & Mi prospective cohort study

2. Ivan D Florez, HRM PhD Student – Systematic review and network meta-analysis of treatments for acute diarrhoea and gastroenteritis in children. Preliminary results: Systematic survey of trials

3. Brieanne Olibris, Health Policy PhD Student – A primary-care based wraparound model for child and youth mental health in Ontario: Impacts on youth and families, physicians and services

4. Behnam Sadeghirad, HRM PhD Student – Influence of unhealthy food marketing on children’s food intake and preference: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized trials

5. Alexander Jarde, Post Doc Researcher – Progesterone, cervical cerclage and pessary for preterm birth:
A systematic review and network meta-analysis

MacNAB ROOM - Concurrent session D - Moderator: Dr. Lawrence Mbuagbaw

1. Veena Manja, HRM PhD Student – Criteria for use of composite endpoints for competing risks – A systematic survey with recommendations

2. Sathish Chandra Pichiks, Staff – Integrative analysis of DNA methylation and gene expression using sparse canonical
correlation analysis

3. Tian Feng, HRM PhD Student – A Bayesian method for handling missing data in the growth curve model

4. Jason Robert Guertin, Post Doctoral Researcher – Illustration of the impact of unmeasured confounding within an
economic evaluation based on non-randomized data

5. Ashley Bonner, HRM PhD Student – Sparse canonical correlation analysis for toxicogenomic

2:15 - 2:30

CENTRE/SOUTH WEST BALLROOM & FOYER – REFRESHMENT BREAK AND POSTER VIEWING

2:30 - 3:30

PLENARY SESSION II – EAST BALLROOM

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM Methodological insights from perioperative studies – Dr. PJ Devereaux
3:00 PM – 3:15 PM
Discussion – Moderator: Dr. Holger Schünemann


3:15 PM - 3:30 PM CONCLUDING REMARKS AND AWARD PRESENTATION - Dr. Lehana Thabane, Acting Chair CE&B

3:30 - 4:30

RECEPTION – CENTRE/SOUTH WEST BALLROOM & FOYER

CE&B Research Day: 2015 | Program

CE&B Research Day: 2015
Thursday, March 26, 2015
Sheraton Hotel, Hamilton

8:00 - 8:45
REGISTRATION/CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST / POSTER VIEWING
8:45 - 9:00

Opening remarks by Dr. Holger Schünemann (Chair of CE&B)

9:00 - 9:30




9:30 - 9:45

PLENARY SESSION I

The McMaster Optimal Aging Portal: A knowledge translation resource and laboratory
– Dr. Brian Haynes, Susannah Watson, Dr. Kaelan Moat Discussion – Moderator: Dr. Julia Abelson

9:45 - 10:10

DAVID L SACKETT SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT 2013 - 2014

Sparse statistical methods for data integration: cross-disciplinary tools for discovery – Ashley Bonner, MSc

10:10 - 10:30

Refreshment Break AND poster viewing

1 0 : 3 0 A M - 1 1 : 3 0 A M
East Ballroom - Concurrent session A - Moderator: Dr. Russell de Souza

1. Aihua Li, HRM PhD Student – Contribution of common non-synonymous variants in PCSK1 to body mass index variation
and risk of obesity: a meta-analysis with evidence from up to 331,175 individuals
2. Zahra Sohani, HRM PhD Student – Genes consistent with the fetal insulin hypothesis increase fasting glucose in early
childhood: results from the FAMILY study
3. Shofiqul Islam, HRM PhD Student – Comparing the performance of linear and nonlinear principal components in the
context of high dimensional genomic data integration
4. Stephanie Ross, HRM PhD Student – Mendelian randomization analysis supports the causal role of dysglycemia and diabetes
in the risk of coronary artery disease
5. Shoghag Khoudigian, HRM PhD Student – Cost- Utility Analysis of Gene Xpert MTB/RIF® for Diagnosing Pulmonary
Tuberculosis (TB)

Centre Ballroom - Concurrent session B - Moderator: Dr. Nancy Santesso

1. Sandra Milicic, HPP PhD student – Do health and health behaviours get worse during economic downturns?
Evidence from Canada
2. Sharon Yu, HPP PhD Student – The effects of social-mixing on children and youth: A realist review and a call for
place-based incentives
3. Brittany Dennis, HRM PhD Student – The real opioid addiction patients: left out of trials and ignored by guidelines
4. Soo Chan Carusone, CE&B Part Time Faculty – Plans for discharge: A case study of hospital discharge and the transition
experience of adults living with HIV/AIDS and complex lives
5. Jennifer Longaphy, HRM Masters Student – The use of persona-scenario exercises to co-develop of the TAPESTRY program

11:45 - 1:00

Lunch and Poster Presentations

1 : 0 0 P M – 2 : 1 5 P M

East Ballroom - Concurrent session C - Moderator: Dr. Yannick LeManach

1. Emilie Belley-Côté, HRM PhD Student – An evaluation of the incidence and prognosis of post coronary artery bypass grafting
myocardial infarction according to different definitions in the CORONARY trial
2. Bernice Tsoi, HRM PhD Student – A Comparison of Different Approaches in Modelling for the Conduct of Cost-Effectiveness
Analyses—a Case in Childhood Flu Vaccinations
3. Tian Feng, Mathematics and Statistics PhD student – Methods for dealing with missing data in the multivariate
growth curve model
4. Mateen Shaikh, Post Doc Fellow – Constraints of Dirichlet-Multinomial Mixture Models for Human Microbiome Analysis
5. Binod Neupane, Post Doc Fellow – Robustness of network meta-analysis for rare and sparse binary outcomes

Centre Ballroom - Concurrent session D - Moderator: Dr. Lawrence Mbuagbaw

1. Jason Busse, CE&B Joint Faculty – Quality of Reporting among Guidelines for Spine-Related Imaging: A Systematic Review
2. Sohail Mulla, HRM PhD Student – Reporting of patient-important outcomes in chronic pain clinical trials
3. Thomas Agoritsas, HRM PhD Student – Increasing the quantity and quality of searching for current best evidence to answer
clinical questions: the MacPLUS FS Randomized controlled triall
4. Carlos A. Cuello-Garcia, HRM PhD Student – Social media for the dissemination of Cochrane Reviews
5. Alonso Carrasco-Labra, HRM PhD Student – Enhancing the acceptance and flexibility of GRADE Summary-of-Findings tables
with new alternative formats: A randomized controlled trial

2:15 - 2:30

REFRESHMENT BREAK AND POSTER VIEWING

2:30 - 3:30

PLENARY SESSION II

2:30 PM - 3:00 PMEngaging citizens & patients in the health system: are we walking the talk or just talking?
(And how would we know?) – Dr. Julia Abelson

3:00 PM – 3:15 PM Discussion – Moderator: Dr. Kaelan Moat


3:15 PM - 3:30 PM CONCLUDING REMARKS AND AWARD PRESENTATION - Dr. Holger Schünemann, Chair CE&B

3:30 - 4:30

RECEPTION – BALLROOM FOYER

CE&B Research Day: 2014 | Program

CE&B Research Day: 2014
Thursday, March 27, 2014
Sheraton Hotel, Hamilton

8:00 - 8:45
REGISTRATION/CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST / POSTER VIEWING
8:45 - 9:00

Opening remarks by Dr. Holger Schünemann (Chair of CE&B)

9:00 - 9:45

PLENARY SESSION I

What It Takes to Do International Health Research – Dr. Salim Yusuf
Discussion – Moderator: (Dr. Mitch Levine)

10:15 - 10:45
Refreshment Break AND poster viewing

CE&B Research Day 2013: Concurrent Sessions

1 0 : 4 5 A M - 1 1 : 3 0 A M
East Ballroom - Concurrent session A - Moderator: Dr. Meredith Vanstone

1. Methodological and practical challenges encountered in the field of diagnosis: A review (Reem Mustafa)
2. Interventions for Enhancing Medication Adherence: Findings from a Cochrane Systematic Review Update PAR Group
(Tamara Navarro-Ruan)
3. Big Data, Big Problems: how common problems with quality of healthcare data can produce false discoveries (Pavel Roshanov)
4. Frailty index of deficit accumulation and falls: data from the Global Longitudinal Study of Osteoporosis in Women (GLOW)
Hamilton cohort (Guowei Li)
5. Prevalence, Characteristics, and Publication of discontinued Randomized Trials (John You)

Centre Ballroom - Concurrent session B - Moderator: Dr. Yannick Le Manach

1. Clinical and biochemical markers of non-progression to type 2 Diabetes Mellitus from a “pre-diabetes” stage (Zahra Sohani)
2. Saturated fatty acid intake and risk of all-cause mortality, cardiovascular disease, and type 2 diabetes: a systematic review
and meta-analysis (Russell de Souza)
3. Association of Cyclooxygenase-2 genetic variant with cardiovascular disease (Stephanie Ross)
4. Current preoperative risk models are ineffective in predicting adverse post-operative outcomes, such as cardiac death and non-fatal
myocardial infarction, for elective vascular surgeries (Thuva Vanniyasingam)
5. Dealing with unavoidable missing data: An example in trials measuring cognitive function (Janice Pogue)

11:35 - 1:00
Lunch and Poster Presentations

1 : 1 0 P M – 2 : 1 5 P M

East Ballroom - Concurrent session C - Moderator: Dr. Michael Wilson

1. Engaging relevant publics in Ontario’s health technology assessment process: A qualitative policy analysis (Deirdre DeJean)
2. The Explanatory Factors of Canada’s Common Drug Review Recommendations (Shoghag Khoudigian)
3. Independent Medical Evaluations: A systematic review of North American empirical evidence (Jason Busse)
4. The economics of midwifery-led birth centres in Ontario (Cristina Mattison)
5. Introducing Physician Assistants into the Ontario Healthcare Workforce: Health Reform Analysis (Meredith Vanstone)

Centre Ballroom - Concurrent session D - Moderator: Dr. Meghan McConnell

1. Obstetrical brachial plexus injury (OBPI): a national clinical practice guideline (Christopher Coroneos)
2. Rapid adaptation of clinical practice guidelines to a country-specific context using the GRADE approach (Wojtek Wiercioch)
3. Usefulness of the Evidence to Recommendation tables for clinical practice guidelines using a panel of international experts: a case study
(Carlos Cuello-Garcia)
4. Decision aids from current systematic reviews for the clinical encounter (Thomas Agoritsas)
5. Guidelines 2.0: Development of a comprehensive checklist for a trustworthy guideline enterprise (Holger Schünemann)

2:15 - 2:30
Break
2:30 - 4:30

PLENARY SESSION II

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM Global Health Research in Canada – Dr. Vic Neufeld

3:00 PM – 3:15 PM Discussion – Moderator: Dr. Robby Nieuwlaat

3:15 PM - 3:30 PM CONCLUDING REMARKS AND AWARD PRESENTATION - Dr. Holger Schünemann, Chair CE&B

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM RECEPTION – BALLROOM FOYER

CE&B Research Day: 2013 | Program

CE&B Research Day: 2013
Friday, March 22, 2013
Sheraton Hotel, Hamilton

 

Opening remarks by Dr. Holger Schünemann (Chair of CE&B)

9:30 - 10:15
Challenges, controversies and benefits of knowledge translation and pragmatic trials
Dr.Lehana Thabane
10:15 - 10:45
Refreshment Break AND poster viewing

CE&B Research Day 2013: Concurrent Sessions

1 0 : 4 5 a m - 1 1 : 4 5 A m
East Ballroom - Concurrent session A - Moderator: Dr. Jan Brozek

1. Trends and determining factors associated with adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART) in Cameroon:
a systematic review and analysis of the CAMPS trial. (Lawrence Mbuagbaw)
2. Pilot randomized controlled trials in pediatric critical care: a systematic review. (Mark Duffett)
3. Cluster randomized controlled trial to test the effect of computer-generated audit and feedback to patients and physicians on
clinical outcomes in atrial fibrillation patients participating in a large multi-site trial of dabigatran. (Robby Nieuwlaat)

Centre Ballroom - Concurrent session B - Moderator: Dr. Lauren Griffith

1. A robust statistical modelling framework for random effects meta-analysis. (Joseph Beyene)
2. Empirical application of different statistical methods for analyzing continuous outcomes in randomized controlled trials. (William Zhang)
3. Optimal classification rules to identify individuals at high risk of having Myocardial Infarction based on
ApoB ApoA1 and the ratio. (Shofiqul Islam)

MacNab Room - Concurrent session C - Moderator: Dr. Mark Oremus

1. Diet modification challenges experienced by vulnerable and non-vulnerable diabetes patients: a systematic review and
qualitative meta-synthesis. (Meredith Vanstone)
2. The prognostic value of preoperative and postoperative B-type natriuretic peptides (BNP and NT proBNP) in patients having
noncardiac surgery; systematic review and individual patient data meta-analysis. (Reitze Rodseth)
3. Barriers to hypertension awareness, treatment and control: A systematic review of observational studies. (Rasha Khatib)

11:45 - 1:15
Lunch and Poster Presentations

1 : 1 5 P M – 2 : 1 5 P M

East Ballroom - Concurrent session D - Moderator: Dr. Robby Nieuwlaat

1. The reporting of observational clinical functional magnetic resonance imaging studies: A systemic review (Qing Guo)
2. Assessing the impact of missing participant data for continuous outcomes in systematic reviews. (Shanil Ebrahim)
3. Evidenced-informed healthcare renewal portal: the development of an online repository of policy-relevant documents
addressing healthcare renewal in Canada. (Kaelan Moat)

Centre Ballroom - Concurrent session E - Moderator: Dr. Alfonso Iorio

1. Assessing how policy analysis theories are applied to health equity issues in the social determinants of health:
A systematic review. (Mark Embrett)
2. Community participation in complex and dynamic communities: A case study analysis of Community Health Centres (CHCs)
in Ontario, Canada. (Stephanie Montesanti)
3. A survey of patients with hemophilia to understand how they track product used at home. (Naushin Saba Sholapur)

MacNab Room - Concurrent session F - Moderator: Dr. John You

1. Users’ Guide to the Medical Literature: How to Use a non-inferiority trial. (Sohail Mulla)
2. An evaluation of research methodology in trials to improve patient adherence with prescribed medication. (Rebecca Jeffrey)
3. Enhancing the acceptance and implementation of GRADE Summary of findings tables for evidence about diagnostic test.
(Wojtek Wiercioch)

2:15 - 2:30
Break
2:30 - 4:30

Plenary session II

2:30 pm - 3:15 pm Advancing the science of population health and aging through interdisciplinary research (Dr. Parminder Raina)

3:15 pm - 3:30 pm Concluding Remarks and Award Presentation (Dr. Holger Schünemann, Chair CE&B)

3:30 pm - 4:30 pm Reception – Ballroom Foyers

CE&B Research Day: 2011 | Program and Prize Recipients

CE&B Research Day: 2011

PRIZE RECIPIENTS

Winner of the
David L. Sackett Prize
Winner of the
Michael Gent Prize
Winner of the
Murray L. Enkin Prize
Winner of the
Murray L. Enkin Prize
Gihad E. Nesrallah Daniel J. Corsi Emma Iserman Jeanette Prorok
Best Presentation by an HRM Student Best Poster by an HRM Student Best Poster by a CE&B Staff Member Best Poster by a CE&B Staff Member
"Long Hemodialysis and Patient Survival: a Multinational Cohort Study" "Weight of communities: assessment of neighbourhood variations in overweight and underweight in 57 low-to-middle income countries". "Online evidence-based medical tests: How does your favourite measure up?" "Online evidence-based medical tests: How does your favourite measure up?"

 

CE&B Research Day
Friday, March 25, 2011
Sheraton Hotel, Hamilton

 

Opening remarks by Dr. Holger Schünemann (Chair of CE&B)

9:45 - 10:25
Knowledge Translation and Implementation Research: Where the Smart Researchers are Going
Dr. Brian Haynes
10:25 - 11:05
Biostatistics in Genomics Dr. Joseph Beyene
11:05 - 11:20
Break

CE&B Research Day 2011: Concurrent Sessions

Dr. Mitchell Levine, Moderator

  1. Selecting participants that raise a clinical trial's population attributable fraction can reduce required sample size
    Presenter: Dr. Jack Sinclair
  2. Should we allow some patients to choose their treatment in randomized trials?
    Presenter: Dr. Stephen Walter
  3. Co-intervention in RCTS: Detecting theirs and preventing yours
    Presenter: Dr. David Sackett

Dr. Ann McKibbon, Moderator

  1. Glycated haemoglobin as a predictor of quality of life in people with diabetes
    Presenter: Gaya Amirthavasar
  2. The cost-effectiveness and value of information analysis of trancatheter aortic valve implantation compared to standard management and surgical aortic valve replacement in patients with severe symptomatic aortic valve stenosis
    Presenter: Brett Doble
  3. An empirical comparison of methods for analyzing correlated data from a discrete choice survey to elicit preference for colorectal cancer screening
    Presenter: Ji Emmy Cheng

Dr. Mark Oremus, Moderator

  1. Effectiveness of web-based tools in improving blood glucose control of patients with diabetes mellitus
    Presenter: Ricardo Angeles
  2. Accuracy of self-report antibiotic prescribing in a Hutterite sample
    Presenter: Angela Barbara
  3. Comparison of trapeziectomy and trapeziectomy with ligament reconstruction and tendon interposition (LRTI): A systematic literature review
    Presenter: Yu Kit Li
12:20 - 2:00
Lunch and Poster Viewing

CE&B Research Day 2011: Concurrent Sessions

Dr. David Sackett, Moderator

  1. Challenges of conducting multi-centre, double-blind, community-based clinical trials: Experience of the Hutterite influenza prevention study
    Presenter: Angela Barbara
  2. Safety, tolerability and effectiveness of varenicline tartrate (Champix/Chantix) for smoking cessation in HIV-infected subjects: An open-label study
    Presenter: Qu Cui
  3. Long hemodialysis and patient survival: A multinational cohort study
    Presenter: Gihad Nesrallah

Dr. Joseph Beyene, Moderator

  1. Setting sample size using cost-effi ciency methods in fMRI studies
    Presenter: Qing Guo
  2. Simulation study using multi-state Markov model to estimate the statistical power of population based longitudinal studies Presenter: Jinhui Ma
  3. An informed reference prior for between-study heterogeneity in meta-analyses of binary outcomes
    Presenter: Eleanor Pullenayegum

Dr. Feng Xie, Moderator

  1. A social network analysis of information seeking behavior for making evidence-based decisions by the staff of a public health department in Ontario
    Presenter: Reza Yousefi -Nooraie
  2. Articulation of public values in health technology assessment: The use of deliberative discourse
    Presenter: Dorina Simeonov
  3. Finding needles in a haystack: A process to identify features of a good clinical decision support system
    Presenter: Pavel Roshanov
3:00 - 3:15
Break
3:15 - 3:55
Recent Trends in Health Technology Assessment: An Adaptable Tool for Evidence Informed Decision Making
Dr. Ron Goeree

CE&B Research Day: 2010 | Program and Prize Recipients

CE&B Research Day: 2010

Schedule: Schedule

PRIZE RECIPIENTS

Winner of the
David L. Sackett Prize
Winner of the
Michael Gent Prize
Winner of the
Murray L. Enkin Prize
Natalia Diaz-Granados Elizabeth McCarron Pavel Roshnov Ilia Ferrusi Natasha Clayton
Best Presentations by HRM Students Best Poster by an HRM Student Best Poster by a CE&B Staff Member
"The Relationship between screening for intimate partner violence and subsequent service utilization over 18 months" "The importance of adjusting for potential confounders when combining evidence from randomised and non-randomised studies: a Bayesian hierarchical model" "Towards a richer understanding of "real-world" medical information retrieval: a case of MacPLUS Federated Search" "Adherence to guidelines in personalised medicine: the case of trastuzumab for early-stage breast cancer in Ontario". "Support for providing unrestricted access to an Alzheimer's disease medication in Canada: Results from a study of the general population"

CE&B Research Day: 2007 | Prize Receipients

CE&B Research Day: 2007

PRIZE RECIPIENTS

Winner of the
David L. Sackett Prize
Winner of the
Michael Gent Prize
Winner of the
Murray L. Enkin Prize
Lawrence de Koning Mona Abdel-Motagally & Angela Barbara Gary Foster
Best Presentation Best Poster by an HRM Student Best Poster by a CE&B Staff Member
"Obesity metrics and their association with type 2 diabetes and glucose levels in a large multiethnic cohort: Baseline Characteristics of the Epidream Investigation" "Trends over time and the Effect of Guideline Characteristics on Clinicians' Perceptions of Clinical Practice Guidelines in Cancer Care". "Horizon Estimation in SAS"

CE&B Research Day: 2006 | Prize Receipients

CE&B Research Day: 2006

PRIZE RECIPIENTS

Winner of the
David L. Sackett Prize
Winner of the
Michael Gent Prize
Winner of the
Murray L. Enkin Prize
Martha Paynter Amandev Aulakh Cynthia Lokker
Best Presentation Best Poster by an HRM Student Best Poster by a CE&B Staff Member
"Applying Determinants of Health Perspective to Determine Cause of Death: Reviewing Domenstic Violence Deaths in New Brunswick" "Sex and Gender Subgroup Analyses in Randomized Cardiovascular Trials: Are these differences real?" "What is KT? A systematic review of the definitions of KT"