Month: September 2018

Sarah Mah Awarded Jack Tu Student Prize – Honourable Mention at IPDLN Conference

Sarah Mah Awarded Jack Tu Student Prize – Honourable Mention at IPDLN Conference

Geo-SDH group member and PhD Candidate Sarah Mah has recently returned from a productive visit to Banff, where she presented her research at the 2018 International Population Data Linkage Conference. Sarah presented her Canadian evidence on “Neighbourhood built environments as correlates of hospital burden and […]

Annual Group Barbecue a Great End to Summer and Beginning of Semester!

Annual Group Barbecue a Great End to Summer and Beginning of Semester!

Members of the GeoSDH Group are officially back together for the semester and celebrated with a group barbecue this weekend! We were happy to reflect on our productive summer, including important progress on international comparative data linkage research in Australia, submission of our first manuscript […]