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PHO Rounds: Epidemiology: A locally driven collaborative project: Analyzing surveillance data from an infant feeding pilot
Thursday, April 20, 2017 12:00 pm to 01:00 pm
Venue: Public Health Ontario. Via Webinar Only
Family Health
City: Toronto
Type: PHO Rounds: Epidemiology
Format: Webinar
In 2015, a Locally Driven Collaborative Project resulted in the creation of recommended infant feeding surveillance tools and methodology (the Infant Feeding Surveillance Pilot Study). In follow-up, a knowledge exchange project was undertaken to provide guidance to analyze surveillance data collected using the retrospective 6-month questionnaire. This webinar will provide an overview of the Knowledge Translation project. Jessica Deming will describe the rationale and methods of the project, including the stakeholder engagement activities. She will also describe the newly-developed analytic guidance resources, including a data dictionary and indicator documents that will soon be available to public health units. 

Jessica Deming

Jessica Deming is an Epidemiologist at Region of Waterloo Public Health and Emergency Services, a role she has held since 2009. She is presenting on behalf of the Locally Driven Collaborative Project Infant Feeding Surveillance Knowledge Translation team.
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