BAPH - Symposium 2016

 

 

 

Meeting Programme (draft version, 26 September 2016)

13 October 2016, 09:00 - 18:00
Namur, Palais des Congrès

BAPH morning programme (open to everyone)

BAPH session to set the scene:
presentation of two case studies

09h00: Johan Van Bussel (WIV-ISP)
The Healthdata.be project.

09h30: Nadège Thomas, Alain Trugeon (Observatoire Régional de la Santé et du Social (OR2S), Picardie, France)
Cross-referencing regional health data:
a mathematical and cartographic tool.

BSS morning programme (open to everyone)

09h00: BSS plenary session on Statistical Methodology
with prof. Anthony Davison
Accurate Directional Inference for Vector Parameters
in Linear Exponential Families

10h15: coffee break and poster display

BSS/BAPH joint plenary session: "Big Data and Public Health Statistics"

10h30: Keynote lecture by prof. Peter J. Diggle, president of the Royal Statistical Society (UK)

11h30: Panel discussion, with:

  • Joost Weyler (UAntwerpen), animator
  • Peter Diggle (Royal Statistical Society, UK)
  • Herman Van Oyen (WIV-ISP)
  • Alain Trugeon (OR2S, France)
  • Johan Barthélemy (Wollongon, Australia & UNamur)

12h30: lunch break and poster display

BAPH afternoon programme, track "sharing and linking public health data" (open to everyone)

13h30: Youri Guillaume (IMA-AIM)
Challenges for public health and for research: the inter-mutuality agency database.

14h00: Johan Van der Heyden (WIV-ISP)
Linking health interview data with health insurance data: feasibility and added value.

14h30: Régine Kiasuwa Mbengi (WIV-ISP)
Coupling cancer data and social security data for population-based studies: challenges and opportunities.

BAPH afternoon programme, young researchers' track "methods in public health" (open to everyone)

13h30: Goossens, Mathieu (VUB - CvKO)
Linking breast cancer screening to breast cancer registry data: what can we learn?

14h00: Dumont, Morgane (UNamur)
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14h30: ... (...)
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BSS afternoon programme, part 1 (open to everyone)

13h45: PhD team presentations
(2x2 PhD students with their supervisor)

15h00: coffee break and poster display

BAPH afternoon programme, track "sharing and linking public health data" (open to everyone)

15h30: Marie-Laurence Lambert (WIV-ISP)
Open data in scientific research: why, how, when?

16h00: Simeon Wanyama Situma (WIV-ISP)
The Socioeconomic status and Cystic Fibrosis outcomes (SESCFO) study: using existing databases versus new data collections.

16h30: Fabian Dehanne (CHU CSME)
Using minimum clinical summary data for research and for management.

17h00: Mark Nyssen (VUB)
E-health as a tool for health practitioners: challenges.

BAPH afternoon programme, young researchers' track "methods in public health" (open to everyone)

15h30: Roelants, Mathieu (KULeuven)
Do's and don'ts in assessing normal variation (in human growth).

16h00: Leemans, Kathleen (VUB)
Development and evaluation of quality indicators (to improve palliative care in Flanders, Belgium).

16h30: Vyncke, Veerle (UGent)
What about the who's, the why's and the circumstances: looking behind general effects.

17h00: ... (...)
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BSS afternoon programme, part 2 (open to everyone)

15h30: Advanced Research Themes

17h30: BAPH social get-together

 

In cooperation with:


Belgian Statistical Society