Advancing the Health and Well-Being of Canadians
Date: Thursday, October 24, 2019
From survey and administrative data to sound policy.
October 24-25, 2019 - Hotel Halifax, 1990 Barrington Street, Nova Scotia
Atlantic Research Group on Economics of Immigration, Aging and Diversity are proud to co-host this event.
Conference Website: https://crdcn.org/crdcn-2019-national-conference
Our world is rapidly changing and advances in data allows us to understand and meet the challenges of an evolving world. Empirical research is one of the most valuable tools in creating meaningful policy that improves the lives of Canadians. The unprecedented growth of administrative data in recent years allows us to answer new, fundamental questions. From neo-natal development to those entering retirement, questions about health and well-being are critical to all Canadians, of every age, in every region of the country.
Join us in Halifax next October to learn about and discuss advances in data made available to researchers and how it is being used to create ground-breaking new research.
Sarah Fortin: firstname.lastname@example.org