Bridging the Gaps: A Vision for Public Health Surveillance in Canada

This first in a new series, this seminar will provide participants with an overview of public health surveillance, including foundational concepts, current gaps, and key opportunities to strengthen public health surveillance systems and the workforce behind them. A project to establish a vision for the future of public health surveillance in Canada will be introduced, including how public health stakeholders from coast to coast to coast can contribute to developing this vision.

mod4PH Research Highlights Podcast: NACI Guidelines for economic evaluation of vaccination programs in Canada

This episode will provide an overview of the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) health economics guidelines for the evaluation of vaccination programs in Canada, and how they can be used to inform best practices and promote standardized and high-quality evidence for public health decision making.

Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis in Canada: What public health needs to know

In this presentation, we will describe concerns related to global and national multidrug resistant tuberculosis (MDR TB) epidemiology. We will also review key steps in prevention, diagnosis, and treatment. Important challenges faced by Canadian public health systems in responding to MDR TB and solutions to support people who are affected will also be discussed.