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Dr. Kwame McKenzie, a bald black man with glasses and Jemal Demeke, a young, smiling black man with shoulder length dreadlocks. Text reads: Big Ideas about Health Data. Speaker Series.
Big IDEAs About Health Data

Sociodemographic Data in Canada: Use & Governance

Dr. Kwame McKenzie and Jemal Demeke of the Wellesley Institute explore the use…

White text on a dark green background reads: Big Ideas about Health Data Speaker series. Headshots of two speakers (Dr. Hilary K. Brown and Dr. Yona Lunsky) at the bottom left.
Big IDEAs About Health Data

Administrative Data & Working with Disability Communities

Dr. Hilary K. Brown & Dr. Yona Lunsky examine how…

White text on a dark green background reads: Big Ideas about Health Data Speaker series. Headshots of speaker Tatiania Kim at the bottom left.
Big IDEAs About Health Data

Guidance on Using Race & Ethnicity Data

Tatiana Kim, of BC Stats, discusses the government’s Guide on…

Dr. Kwame McKenzie, a bald black man with glasses and Jemal Demeke, a young, smiling black man with shoulder length dreadlocks. Text reads: Big Ideas about Health Data. Speaker Series.
Big IDEAs About Health Data

Sociodemographic Data in Canada: Use & Governance

Dr. Kwame McKenzie and Jemal Demeke of the Wellesley Institute explore the use and governance of sociodemographic data in Canada. With sociodemographic data increasingly recognized as a significant tool to track disparities and advance equity for marginalized populations, they discuss how the Wellesley Institute has been strengthening dialogue in the health sector on how to collect, use and govern these data ethically and responsibly.

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White text on a dark green background reads: Big Ideas about Health Data Speaker series. Headshots of two speakers (Dr. Hilary K. Brown and Dr. Yona Lunsky) at the bottom left.
Big IDEAs About Health Data

Administrative Data & Working with Disability Communities

Dr. Hilary K. Brown & Dr. Yona Lunsky examine how to include measures of disability in administrative health data research. They discuss accessibility considerations, from study planning to knowledge dissemination, including how to make our research teams more inclusive of people with disabilities.

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White text on a dark green background reads: Big Ideas about Health Data Speaker series. Headshots of speaker Tatiania Kim at the bottom left.
Big IDEAs About Health Data

Guidance on Using Race & Ethnicity Data

Tatiana Kim, of BC Stats, discusses the government’s Guide on Using Categorical Race and Ethnicity Variables to support anti-racism research in British Columbia. This tool helps users of administrative and survey data to appropriately and consistently incorporate race and ethnicity variables into their projects. In this session, you will learn more about the guide, the challenges and lessons learned in the process of developing it, and its implications for research in British Columbia.

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