2019 Talks

February 6, 2019
The Use of Time-Depending Propensity Score Matching to Address Changes of Treatment and Covariates Over Time
Lars Andersen, Aarhus, Denmark

March 6, 2019
Regression Shrinkage: Better Answers to Causal Questions
Maarten van Smeden, Leiden, Netherlands

April 3, 2019
One Size Does Not Fit All: Teaching Introductory Epidemiology
Pamela Rist, Boston, USA

May 8, 2019
Machine Learning for Population-Based Health Studies
Christoph Lippert, Potsdam, Germany

June 5, 2019
Cool New Applications in R for Epidemiologists: Optimize Your Programming
Jochen Kruppa, Berlin, Germany

July 3, 2019
Epidemiology as a Toolbox to Benefit the Patient
Suzanne Cannigieter, Leiden, Netherlands

September 4, 2019
An Introduction to precisely and ggdag: Tools for Modern Methods in R
Malcolm Barrett, California, USA

October 23, 2019
IPH Lecture: Understanding and Communicating Risk of Rare but Serious Health Complications – An Example from Living Kidney Donation
John Gill, Vancouver, Canada

November 6, 2019
The Causes of the Causes in Context: Confronting the Burden of Proof in Lifecourse and Social Epidemiology
Michelle Kelly-Irving, Toulouse, France

December 4, 2019
Causal Decision Analysis for Benefit, Harms and Cost-Effectiveness
Uwe Siebert, Hall in Tirol, Austria