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BeHealthy Event

  • February 20, 2019
  • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Mississauga Grand Event Centre, 35 Brunel Rd Mississauga, ON L4Z 3E8

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BeHealthy

Do you have a Health initiative with emphasis on Geospatial and/or Smart Health Information?

We'd like to hear from you  - Submit your presentation abstract below

Join BeSpatial for this full day event

Wednesday February 20th 

Mississauga Grand Event Centre

35 Brunel Rd Mississauga, ON L4Z 3E8

 While the title suggests a focus on health, the intent is not limited only to ‘health’ from just a medical perspective.  It is open to adjacent topics such as active lifestyle, active commuting, environment, etc.

This Program will feature:
  • Innovation health initiatives using geospatial and information applications, analytics, best practices leading to improved and sustainable health and patient care environments.
  • Innovative health case studies that show examples of 

a. Smart health success stories

b. Smart health strategies 

c. Smart health benefits and opportunities and

d. Smart activities in lifestyle, commuting, environment

SUBMIT YOUR Presentation Abstract
  • Presentation 40-45 minutes long including 5-10 minutes for questions
  • Deadline to submit presentation January 25th

REGISTER here.

The full day event will be hosted by BeSpatial. For information on how you may participate, please contact Mirjana, Programs Director.

BeHealthy Presentation (Sneak Preview)

1. The Spatial Pattern: Modeling of Tobacco Complaints

Hongcheng Zeng, at the Region of Peel, is a business intelligence specialist. His presentation will include a review of the Region’s analysis of spatial patterns of tobacco complaints and the correlation between the following spatial factors: tobacco retailers, schools, and land use information. They have developed a model to predict the future complaint occurrence using impact variables, such as retailers and commercial areas. This spatial modeling approach is portable and can be applied in a variety of fields.

2. Multi-Volume Story Map Health Atlas Report Leveraging Structure and Flexibility of Story Map Templates for distributing comprehensive health topics

Adam Munro, at the City of Hamilton, is a GIS Analyst. His presentation will explore how the online utilization and management of spatial data through web-based applications within Public Health organizations for surveillance and reporting of case events has become common in recent years. The  ability to link health issues to a broader public provides context and enhanced functionality to public outreach and reporting to community stakeholders. Come hear how the story map platform is used to create a narrative reporting system which tackles several key health, social and economic issues facing school-aged children today.


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