Immigration and all-cause mortality in Canada: an illustration using linked census and administrative data
November 26, 2014 from 1:15-2:30 pm (Eastern Time)
Do immigrants have a mortality advantage over the Canadian-born? If yes, does it persist as their duration of residence increases?
This webinar will examine these questions using the Canadian Census Mortality and Cancer Follow-up Study 1991-2006 (CCMCFS). This probabilistic database has a rich research potential and this webinar offers a unique opportunity to learn more about it first hand with one of the few researchers who has had the opportunity to use it at the pilot stage.
With Walter Omariba
Institute of African Studies
and Statistics Canada.
Registration online at: www.rdc-cdr.ca
Registration is free but mandatory.
You can listen to the presentation live, online, or attend in person in the office of the QICSS in Montreal.
* CRDNC webinar series in collaboration with QICSS
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