Upcoming CanPath Webinar on Ultra-processed food consumption, depression, and diabetes

Type 2 diabetes (T2D) is a widespread chronic condition with severe consequences, including complications affecting blood vessels and organs, disability, and premature death. Research indicates that depression can significantly raise the risk of developing T2D, potentially through lifestyle and biological factors. Additionally, our modern diet presents a challenge with the increasing consumption of ultra-processed foods Read more about Upcoming CanPath Webinar on Ultra-processed food consumption, depression, and diabetes[…]

Upcoming Webinar: Empowering Breast Health: Personalized Approaches to Canadian Breast Cancer Screening

Join CanPath for an upcoming webinar from CanPath’s incoming Executive Director, Dr. Jennifer Brooks entitled, “Empowering Breast Health: Personalized Approaches to Canadian Breast Cancer Screening” on  Thursday, October 19th from 12-1pmEST/1-2pmAST. Details and registration info: https://canpath.ca/2023/09/webinar-breast-cancer-screening-brooks/

Most CanPath study participants had infection-acquired antibodies but few suspected COVID-19

Dr. Victoria Kirsh presented at a CanPath webinar this week to present results from the SUPPORT-Canada study, funded by the federal COVID-19 Immunity Task Force (CITF). Data and blood spot samples were used from 22,300 participants from Atlantic PATH, CARTaGENE, the Ontario Health Study, Manitoba Tomorrow Project, Alberta’s Tomorrow Project, and BC Generations. Key findings include: Read more about Most CanPath study participants had infection-acquired antibodies but few suspected COVID-19[…]

CanPath Webinar: COVID-19 Findings

CanPath Webinar: Real-World Insights on COVID-19 Vaccine Effectiveness and Infection Risk Factors from CanPath’s SUPPORT-Canada Study May 30th, 12-1pmEST/1-2pmAST Register: https://canpath.ca/2023/04/hybrid-event-covid-19-vaccine-effectiveness-support-canada-study/ Join us for an in-depth analysis of COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness based on real-world data from the SUrveying Prospective Population cOhorts for COVID-19 pRevalence and ouTcomes in Canada’ (SUPPORT-Canada) study. Led by Victoria Kirsh, this webinar will Read more about CanPath Webinar: COVID-19 Findings[…]

Webinar: Advancing Equity and EDIA Through Health Services and Population Health Research

An upcoming webinar presented by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and Canadian Association for Heath Services and Policy Research (CAHSPR). Advancing Equity and EDIA through Health Services and Population Health Research Presentations from Dr. Katie Aubrecht and Dr. Andrew Pinto. April 24th, 1-230pm (AST) Registration: https://events.eply.com/2023HSPRTalksApril24 “Improving equity in health care and health Read more about Webinar: Advancing Equity and EDIA Through Health Services and Population Health Research[…]

Webinar: Using the Canadian Parternship for Tomorrow’s Health to Identify the Earliest Determinants of Disease Evolution and Aging

Join us on Thursday, March 30th at 9am EST (10amAST) to learn about using the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow’s Health to identify the earliest determinants of disease evolution and aging. Registration details: https://ihccglobal.org/ihcc-educational-webinar-series/. Properly consented population cohorts are incredibly valuable for studying the factors associated with aging and disease before the first diseases are diagnosed. In Read more about Webinar: Using the Canadian Parternship for Tomorrow’s Health to Identify the Earliest Determinants of Disease Evolution and Aging[…]

Webinar: Building the Canadian Cancer Society within CanPath

Join us on March 30th (1-2pm AST/12-1pm EST) for the CanPath webinar, “Building the Canadian Cancer Society within CanPath.” Registration: http://bit.ly/3JdYhCR About the webinar: Streams of big data are finally coming together to help us understand cancer and predict it earlier. CanPath is building the Canadian Cancer Study to advance research and discovery for cancer, Read more about Webinar: Building the Canadian Cancer Society within CanPath[…]