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Ottawa student Meghan McGee speaks to three emerging health researchers: Anna Don ("Exploring health and social service barriers experienced by children with intellectual disabilities: A Foucauldian discourse analysis"), Janet Kemer ("Nursing Management of Postpartum Care in Rural Kenyan Communities") and Noberthe Jean-Baptiste ("Effet de la consommation de boissons sucrées sur le statut pondéral d’enfants en situation minoritaire vivant à Ottawa : Résultats préliminaires").
Ottawa student Gavin Maludzinski speaks with public health and global health researcher Patrick Saunders-Hastings.
Toronto MPH student Audrey Wong interviews Kenny Wong, an Epidemiologist with Public Health Ontario who has a depth of experience in infectious disease planning and surveillance.
Master's student Lyubov Lytvyn interviews Dr. Lehana Thabane, who is a research methodologist with interests in the development and application of statistical methods for health research. Dr. Thabane is a Professor and the Associate Chair of McMaster University’s Department in Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics. He is also the Director of the Biostatistics Unit at the Centre for Evaluation of Medicine, the System-Linked Research Unit. In addition, he serves as a Senior Scientist at the Population Health Research Institute of Hamilton Health Sciences & McMaster University.
MPH student Audrey Wong interviews Dr Sarah Frise of the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto. Dr Frise is a specialist in pharmacoepidemiology. Her research includes the risk evaluation, risk communication, and the evaluation of the effectiveness of risk mitigation.
Maria Quadri and Preity Talhar interview Dr Gordon Guyatt of McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario.
AJ and Melanie interview Kendra Barrick, a graduate of Queens University's epidemiology program.
Raywat Deonandan interviews attendees of the 2013 CSEB biennial conference in St John's Newfoundland: Colin Soskolne, James Valcour, Amanda van Beinum, Farzana Yasmin, Hilary Brown, Leah Smith, Jessica Scott, Julie Rouette, Pascale Lajoie, Kathryn Nicholson, Mike Hartmann, Mirhand Loncar, Kylie Tingley, Sheena Gosain, Rolina van Gaalen, and Sonia Thomas.
Sarah Wafa is a 2nd year MPH student at Queen's University who recently completed a 3 month practicum at the WHO headquarters in Geneva. Before coming to Queen's, Sarah completed her undergraduate degree in Human Nutrition, majoring in Dietetics at McGill University. Throughout her studies at McGill, Sarah completed 4 internships in various clinical, food service and community settings. Upon finishing her undergraduate degree, Sarah worked as a clinical dietitian in Montréal
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