Category Archives: epidemiology

Defining Low Income and Poverty


Oct 22, 2016 — I was pleased to give a presentation to the attendees of the 9th Annual Dalla Lana School of Public Health Student-Led Conference: Secure Income, Secure Health.  This episode is the audio of that presentation, recorded on my douchey bluetooth headset, hence the poor audio quality. The slides from that presentation are available here.

How to Teach Health Sciences – Interview with Kahina Abdesselam and Sam Ileka-Priouzeau

Kahina & Sam
Kahina & Sam

Feb 7, 2016 — Sometime last year I sat down with two of my favourite young Epidemiologists, Kahina Abdesselam and Samuel Ileka-Priouzeau, to talk about a variety of issues around Epidemiology and health sciences education. The audio quality is poor, since it was recorded in the sun room on the roof of my condo. It took several months for me to figure out how to clean up the audio to a vaguely acceptable level, hence the delay in publishing this episode. There are still a few weird bumping noises early on.

We cursorily discussed the following papers: