32nd Annual Sebastian K. Littmann Research Day
The Sebastian K. Littmann Research Day is one of the longest running events in the Cumming School of Medicine.
Registration is now open for the 2019 Research Day
There is no registration fee, to register, follow this link (to EventBrite).
Abstract Submissions are Invited for the 2019 Research Day
The research day is a great opportunity to present research ideas, protocols, works in progress and final reports
The abstract form can be downloaded here:
The deadline for abstract submissions is Februrary 15, 2019
If you would like to discuss ideas for presentations or symposia, please click here to contact Scott Patten.
The 2019 keynote speaker will be Dr. Paul Kurdyak from CAMH and the University of Toronto
Title: Using data to monitor performance: describing access and quality in the Ontario mental health system.
Dr. Paul Kurdyak
In addition, there will be a special presentation by Dr. Valerie Taylor, the Department of Psychiatry's new Head.
Dr. Valerie Taylor
This year's research day will feature a special symposium on data sources for researchers:
Psychiatry in the Information Age: Data Sources and Resources for University of Calgary Researchers
Featuring Dr. Cathy Eastwood from the new Calgary Centre for Health Informatics
and, Dr. Peter Faris from AHS Research Facilitation
And also, presentations from PolicyWise and the Prairie Regional Data Centre
Information about the venue
The event will be held at the FMC Auditorium & Coombs Theatre - we have some maps & videos that show you how to find the venue (click to see them) .
The 31st Annual Event was held on March 2nd, 2018:
For a copy of the Program Click here
To download a copy of the oral presentation abstracts Click here
To download a copy of the poster presentation abstracts Click here
If you are interested in the life of Sebastian K. Littmann, there is a book that contains
lots of information.
Written by Prof. Paul J. Weindling, it is a biography of Dr. Littmann's
adoptive father, Dr. John W. Thompson.
Click here for more information
Biographical information from CAMH can be found here.
Archives from Past Research Days (in the U of C "PRISM")
Please contact Yvette or Nancy:
by clicking here .