Saskatchewan Epidemiology Association
21st Annual Fall Symposium

October 20th, 2022
This is a virtual event


Public Health Emergency Preparedness & Response

Saskatchewan Epidemiology Association (SEA) is looking forward to re-connecting for the 21st annual symposium on October 20th, 2022! We are excited to come together to celebrate our accomplishments over these challenging years. As we transition into a new world, we reflect on lessons learned about public health emergency response and improvements for the future. Some of the sub-themes that will be explored include: COVID-19, future pandemics, the drug harms crisis, the effects of climate change on population health, mental health/wellness, and the role of One Health. Members will again meet virtually this year. Join us for the 21st annual SEA Symposium for the opportunity to connect, learn and grow! Tickets are $50 per person, free for students.

Morning Keynote

Dr. Thomas Wong

Chief Medical Officer of Public Health and Chief Science Officer, First Nations and Inuit Health Branch,,
Indigenous Services Canada, Ottawa, Canada


Afternoon Keynote

Dr. Craig Stephen

Clinical Professor, Ross School of Veterinary Medicine, School of Population and Public Health,
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada


Other Invited Speakers


Dr. Bobbi Lundquist, DVM, MSc, Senior Veterinary Science Specialist, Canadian Food Inspection Agency
Dr. Holly Graham, RN, PhD, Associate Professor, College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan;
Dr. Lawrence Loh, MD, MPH, Medical Officer of Health for the Region of Peel



Dr. Maureen Anderson, Chief Epidemiologist, Saskatchewan Ministry of Health;
Dr. Stephanie Smith, Chief Veterinary Officer, Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture;
Dr. Saqib Shahab, Chief Medical Health Officer, Saskatchewan Ministry of Health

Registration Now Open!

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Inquiries can be sent to Conference Chair Chair, Dr. Grace Akinjobi