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Growth in Statistical Information: Challenges and Benefits

In recent years, the amount of data available for potential use in producing statistical information has grown by leaps and bounds: what does it mean for official statistics and what is the impact on how they are collected, compiled, analyzed and presented? On March 22 to 24 2016, this international methodology symposium organized by Statistics Canada will examine these questions. Click here, for the complete program and to register.

4 February 2016 - 1:54pm |

Pathways to Health Equity: Levelling the Playing Field

The PATHS Equity for Children team at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy invites abstracts for a health equity-focused conference to take place in Winnipeg, from May 30 to June 1. This conference provides an opportunity for researchers, policy makers, and community organizations to engage in dialogue around current work to improve the determinants of health and reduce health inequities. The deadline to submit an abstract is January 31. All details available here.

20 January 2016 - 3:21pm |

Network's 2015 conference

The audiovideo recordings, as well as the PowerPoint slides, of the presentations made at the annual conference last November are now available. More than 30 speakers using various datasets and methods share their research results on important socioeconomic questions: see them here.

18 December 2015 - 5:13pm |

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