IPDLN 2020 Conference: Abstract Presentations (A) on “Indigenous Health and Wellbeing”

IPDLN 2020 Conference: Abstract Presentations (A) on “Indigenous Health and Wellbeing”

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Credit: International Population Data Linkage Network (IPDLN)

Dr Nathan Nickel, Associate Director & Associate Professor at the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, University of Manitoba, Dr Wanda Phillips-Beck, Indigenous Research Chair at the First Nations Health and Social Secretariat of MB, University of Manitoba, Graham Mecredy, Staff Scientist, ICES Indigenous Portfolio, Dr Mohammed Shahidullah, Assistant Director at the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Jacinta Paranihi, Senior Advisor at Statistics New Zealand, and Simon McBeth, Senior Advisor, Statistics New Zealand present their abstracts after the keynote speech on “Indigenous Health and Wellbeing” (08/11/2020).

The International Population Data Linkage Network (IPDLN) is a global network facilitating communication between users of linked data and centres that specialise in data linkage. The Network provides a space for discussion, exchange of ideas, and learning within the common interest of data linkage for the betterment of population data linkage research. The 2020 IPDLN Conference was on ‘Data Linkage: From Information To Impact’, and took place between 1-13 November 2020.

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