Connecting our Community: The Digital Modernization of Public Health

Wed, May 11, 2022


Virtual Seminar | Language: English | 12:00 - 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time

Throughout the pandemic, Canada’s public health community embraced digital solutions to collect and integrate data, perform evidence-based analyses, and visualize insights for decision-makers and the public. Going forward, how can we continue to leverage technical innovations and new data sources for our broader public health systems? And more importantly, how can we adapt these innovations to connect our public health community and reduce health inequity?

In this virtual seminar, we will define and explore the digital modernization of Canada’s public health system. You’ll hear perspectives from industry leaders in the domain and success stories from Canadian public health analysts working on the ground, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Through a series of presentations, lightning talks, and a panel discussion, you’ll gain a better understanding of new sources of data, opportunities for data sharing and access, innovations in analytics tools, and examples of GIS and location intelligence applied to public health.

Why Attend

  • Discover how digital tools can facilitate connectivity and collaboration in the national public health community.
  • Learn how your organization can benefit from using GIS as a core tool for the digital modernization of your daily workflows.
  • Feel empowered to use GIS to gain powerful insights, regardless of your level of familiarity with geospatial technology or the size of your health team.

Intended Audience

This virtual seminar is for GIS users and non-GIS users in the public health community.