2017 Epidemiology Abstracts

he collection of abstracts for 2017 Research Day is titled, Abstracts & Proceedings of the 2017 CSEB-uOttawa Research Day, Dec 1-2, 2017. ISBN 978-1-7752495-0-4.

Download the FREE version in PDF format.

If you have an abstract in the book and/or presented at Research Day, it is recommended that you record the event in your academic CV. There are many ways to do so. Here is one approach:

  1. Create a section called PUBLICATIONS in your CV
  2. Under that section, create a subsection called PEER REVIEWED. (If you have other, non-peer reviewed publications, such as magazine articles, you can add them under another subheading, perhaps called NON-PEER REVIEWED)
  3. If you have additional academic publications, such as a journal article, create another subsection called JOURNAL ARTICLES for those, and a subsection called CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
  4. Under CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS, add:

The names of the presenters, (the date of the conference), “the title of your poster”, Canadian Society for Epidemiology & Biostatistics – University of Ottawa Research Day. Publishing company, Ottawa, Canada.

For example:

Andotra D, Kareem A, Sethi G, (Dec 1, 2017), “Surfing the Web: Waves of Depression – Exploring the Association between Social Media & Depression”, Canadian Society for Epidemiology & Biostatistics – University of Ottawa Research Day. Intanjible Publishing, Ottawa, Canada.

And if you’ve added your poster to the University’s document repository, you can include the link, if you wish.

Instructions for submitting a PDF of your poster to the University of Ottawa repository can be found here.

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