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Alcohol harm is a serious and growing health concern and a leading cause of injury and death in Canada.
This past June, CIHI released a report and indicator on Canada wide variations of alcohol consumption and alcohol harm using CIHIs new Hospitalizations Entirely Caused by Alcohol indicator. The report also identifies populations at risk of harm and looks at provincial and territorial alcohol policies. This webinar will explore the Hospitalizations Entirely Caused by Alcohol indicator results, strategies to reduce alcohol harm in Ontario and discuss considerations for public health.
Presenters: Dana Riley & Katy Molodianovitsh
Katy M. is Project Lead, Indicator Research and Development, CIHI. Before joining CIHI, she managed health research projects at the University of Manitoba, and served as team lead with the Wait Times Task Force, Manitoba Health. Katy is trained in Biostatistics.
Dana R. is a Program Lead on the Canadian Population Health Initiative team at CIHI. She has a PhD in Population Health from the University of Ottawa. Before joining CIHI, Dana held various health-related research positions at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute and the Public Health Agency of Canada.
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