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Add to my calendar 2021-01-13 19:00:00 2021-01-13 20:00:00 Therapeutics Initiative Best Evidence Webinar Series Please join us for the next TI Best Evidence Webinar on "Decreasing antibiotic use, the gut microbiota, and asthma incidence in children: evidence from population-based and prospective cohort studies". Speaker: Professor David Patrick is an Infectious Disease physician and Epidemiologist, Director of Research at the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control and Professor of Population and Public Health at UBC. Learning objectives: Review what is known about the relationship between the developing immune system, the gut microbiota and childhood’s most prevalent chronic disease Understand the application of regression methods to exploring associations at population level Understand the application of analyses within a prospective cohort design to studying similar relationships at individual level Learn how study of the microbiota strengthens our understanding of the biological plausibility of an association between antibiotic use and atopic disease Discuss possible confounders and how they may be addressed methodologically Discuss approaches to further explore generalizability and causal implications of observed associations How to join: Registration required https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeofuaRxk12XJm4BKhQFu0n6AHFxaMiH_onXTYA4loJqb1flQ/viewform- after registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing the zoom information to join.  CME: MainPro+/MOC Section 1 credits: 1.0. You must register, attend the webinar and complete the evaluation in order to receive your certificate. Disclaimer: The CME Event Calendar contains information originating from other sources. While every attempt is made to ensure that all information is accurately referenced, we do not guarantee the accuracy, quality or CME accreditation of posted events. Before registering for this event, please refer to the provincially harmonized CME Policy regarding reimbursement requirements for courses and conferences. Online Event Physician Education physician.education@northernhealth.ca America/Vancouver public
Add to Calendar: Start date 2021-01-13 19:00:00 2021-01-08 02:59:11 Title Description Location Physicians rajbir.singh@opin.ca America/Vancouver public
Add to Calendar: End Date 2021-01-08 02:59:11 2021-01-13 20:00:00 Therapeutics Initiative Best Evidence Webinar Series Dr. David Patrick presents on decreasing antibiotic use, the gut microbiota, and asthma incidence in children. Online Event Physicians rajbir.singh@opin.ca America/Vancouver public

Please join us for the next TI Best Evidence Webinar on "Decreasing antibiotic use, the gut microbiota, and asthma incidence in children: evidence from population-based and prospective cohort studies".

Speaker:

Professor David Patrick is an Infectious Disease physician and Epidemiologist, Director of Research at the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control and Professor of Population and Public Health at UBC.

Learning objectives:

  • Review what is known about the relationship between the developing immune system, the gut microbiota and childhood’s most prevalent chronic disease
  • Understand the application of regression methods to exploring associations at population level
  • Understand the application of analyses within a prospective cohort design to studying similar relationships at individual level
  • Learn how study of the microbiota strengthens our understanding of the biological plausibility of an association between antibiotic use and atopic disease
  • Discuss possible confounders and how they may be addressed methodologically
  • Discuss approaches to further explore generalizability and causal implications of observed associations

How to join:

CME:

MainPro+/MOC Section 1 credits: 1.0. You must register, attend the webinar and complete the evaluation in order to receive your certificate.

Disclaimer: The CME Event Calendar contains information originating from other sources. While every attempt is made to ensure that all information is accurately referenced, we do not guarantee the accuracy, quality or CME accreditation of posted events. Before registering for this event, please refer to the provincially harmonized CME Policy regarding reimbursement requirements for courses and conferences.

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