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Formerly the Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics (CE&B)

Welcome to the Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence, and Impact (HEI), formerly the Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics (CE&B). Recognizing that the CE&B name captured only some of the depth and breadth of disciplines and expertise in the department, we formally changed its name effective January 1, 2017.

The name is outcomes focused: we produce, synthesize, package, share, and support the best available research evidence in the health and health-related fields, and we undertake a variety of initiatives designed to achieve impacts at all levels within as well as across health systems. The name effectively connects us to the department's history in evidence-based medicine and the global impact that this and other departmental initiatives have had. Moreover, the new name captures the department's strategic goal of extending its leadership in developing new health research methods, generating and synthesizing actionable research evidence, and achieving impact.

 

  

 

HEI welcomes your enquiries, requests, comments, suggestions and proposals. Please contact the Chair at chairhei@mcmaster.ca

  • Admissions Webinar: Graduate Diploma in Clinical Epidemiology

    Start 21 January, 2021, 12 PM

    End 1 PM

    ONLINE


    GDCE Program Director, Robby Nieuwlaat will be holding a series of webinars to answer your questions about the program and our application process and requirements. Please email gdce@mcmaster.ca if you are interested in participating and indicate your preferred webinar session date. January 21st 2021, 12pm EST March 16th 2021, 12pm EST

  • Admissions Webinar: Graduate Diploma in Clinical Epidemiology

    Start 16 March, 2021, 12 PM

    End 1 PM

    ONLINE EVENT


    GDCE Program Director, Robby Nieuwlaat will be holding a series of webinars to answer your questions about the program and our application process and requirements. Please email gdce@mcmaster.ca if you are interested in participating and indicate your preferred webinar session date. January 21st 2021, 12pm EST March 16th 2021, 12pm EST



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