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Effective reproductive health program planning, delivery, and management is build on quality health status information. Assessment and surveillance has historically been associated with infectious diseases and vaccination programs in public health, but its importance has become increasingly recognized for reproductive and child health. To support the dissemination of standard assessment and surveillance reproductive health indicators, PHO has expanded their interactive web application, Snapshots to include a selection of reproductive health and maternal health indicators using readily available data from BORN and intelliHEALTH. This presentation will discuss the results of geographic and temporal trends for key public health indicators at the Ontario and public health unit level.
Participants will learn how to use the online tool to retrieve the results for their area.
Presenter: Jeremy Herring
Jeremy Herring is an epidemiologist lead with the Analytic Services Unit within Knowledge Services at PHO. His work at PHO includes being a part of the Ontario Health Profile project team developing infographics and interactive web-based reports on key public health stories, producing interactive dashboards using core public health indicators for the PHO website, as well as providing scientific and technical advice to the MOHLTC and the office of the CMOH. He holds a B.Sc. in Health Sciences from Brock University and an M.Sc. in Epidemiology and Biostatistics from the University of Western Ontario.
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