Talks

  1. February 9, 2010, ‘Information Leak Prevention in Mega-text Environment’ at the TAMALE seminar, SITE, University of Ottawa, Ottawa. Given by Marina Sokolova (PhD).
  2. February 2, 2010, ‘Commercialization of university research’ at the OICR HSR Workshop on Commercialization, Toronto.
  3. February 1, 2010, ‘Risk based de-identification of health information’ at Vanderbilt University, Nashville.
  4. November 26, 2009, ‘PHIPA and public health’ at the PHIPA conference, Toronto, ON.
  5. November 19, 2009, ‘Can patients be re-identified from emergency department data?’ at EHIP, Ottawa, ON.
  6. November 12, 2009, ‘Privacy implications for sharing adverse event data’ at WARM, Ottawa, ON.
  7. November 4, 2009, ‘Managing re-identification risk in health information’ at CASCON, Toronto, ON.
  8. November, 2009, ‘Mining for rare events in mega-text environment’ at SITE, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON.
  9. October 22, 2009, ‘The secondary use of health information’ at the eHealth Forum, Halifax, NS.
  10. October 19, 2009, ‘Privacy issues in the pharmaceutical context’ at the Clinical Trials in Canada, Toronto, ON.
  11. October 16, 2009, ‘De-identification of geospatial data’ at the GeoConnections Public Health Committee Meeting, Ottawa, ON.
  12. October 7, 2009, ‘A template for data sharing for syndromic surveillance’ at the ASSET Meeting, Owen Sound, ON.
  13. September 17, 2009,’Personal Information Leak Prevention in Heterogeneous Texts’ at the Workshop on Adaptation of Language Resources and Technology to New Domains, held in conjunction with the International Conference RANLP-2009, Borovets, Bulgaria. Given by Marina Sokolova (PhD).
  14. September 18, 2009, ‘Prevention of PHI leaks’ at the Biomedical Information Extraction International Workshop, held jointly with the 7th International Conference on Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing 2009, Borovets, Bulgaria.
  15. June 11, 2009, ‘Effective Use of EMR Data’, at the eHealth Summit, Montebello, QC.
  16. June 3, 2009, ‘The de-identification of EMR data for secondary use’ at the eHealth 09 Conference, Quebec City, QC.
  17. May 2, 2009, ‘Balancing the Right to Privacy with the Benefits of Sharing Personal Information – Myths, Facts, Solutions’, at the CAREB Conference, Vancouver, BC.
  18. May 1, 2009, ‘A Risk management Approach for De-identification of Health Information’ at VCH Workshop on Secondary Use of Health Information, Vancouver, BC.
  19. April 30, 2009, ‘The de-identification of health information’ at the Alberta Privacy Commissioner’s office, Edmonton, AB.
  20. April 29, 2009, ‘The Secondary Use of health Information: A Risk Management Approach’, Seminar given at the Canadian IAPP Summit, Toronto, ON.
  21. April 21, 2009, ‘The Adoption of Health Informatics Applications by Consumers, seminar presented at the Centre for Health System Design and Management, the Conference Board of Canada, Ottawa, ON.
  22. April 17, 2009, Presentation on a study to estimate the extent of use of electronic data capture systems in Canadian clinical trials at the CHEO Research Rounds, Ottawa, ON.
  23. April 2009, ‘Systematic Analysis of Performance Measures for Classification Tasks’ at the TAMALE seminar, SITE, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON. Given by Marina Sokolova (PhD).
  24. February 5, 2009, Presentation on de-identification for secondary uses at the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of British Columbia, Victoria, BC.
  25. February 2, 2009, Presentation at the Annual Privacy and Security Conference, Victoria, BC.
  26. January 28, 2009, Presentation on de-identification technology at the Privacy by Design day, Toronto.
  27. January 27, 2009, ‘Data breaches in healthcare’ lecture at the Health Information Privacy and Security Conference, Toronto.
  28. January 14, 2009, ‘Data anonymization’, lecture at the University of Ottawa, Ottawa.
  29. January 6, 2009, ‘De-identifying data for secondary uses’ at the ICES rounds, Toronto.
  30. December 11, 2008, ‘De-identifying geographic information’ at the Geomatics Industry Association of Canada on Enhancing Public Health Practice and Research through Geomatics, Ottawa.