Dr David Williams

  • Email Address: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it David Williams
  • Project Title: Transfer Time from Home to Hospital Birthing Facilities: An investigation of distance, assisting profession, and risk of an adverse outcome. (2013-2014)
  • Project Description: An investigation into the degree of risk introduced by distance from mother's home to hospital birthing facilities and different types of healthcare professional assisting the birth. 
  •  Research Projects:
    • Accounting for the Distribution of Adverse Birth Outcomes in Ontario: A Hierarchical Analysis of Provincial and Local Outcomes
    • A Proposed Structured Decision-Making Plan for West Nile Virus Risk Reduction and Mosquito Abatement for Sudbury and District Public Health Unit.
    • CHHRN Two Year Summary Evaluation
  •  Research Projects:
    • Accounting for the Distribution of Adverse Birth Outcomes in Ontario: A Hierarchical Analysis of Provincial and Local Outcomes
    • A Proposed Structured Decision-Making Plan for West Nile Virus Risk Reduction and Mosquito Abatement for Sudbury and District Public Health Unit.
    • CHHRN Two Year Summary Evaluation
  • Publications & Presentations:
    • Accounting for the Distribution of Adverse Birth Outcomes in Ontario: A Hierarchical Analysis of Provincial and Local Outcomes; BORN Provincial Rounds, December 13, 2012
    • Geographic Clustering Of Adverse Birth Outcomes In Ontario: Counter-Intuitive Findings, CPHA 2012 Annual Conference, Edmonton, Alberta
    • Facilitating and expanding research in social determinants of health: building an on-line index of Population Health Databases CPHA 2012 Annual Conference, Edmonton, Alberta
    • Adverse birth outcomes in Ontario: Are there geographic hotspots? Where are they? What are their characteristics? Pediatric Academic Societies 2012 Annual Conference, Boston, Massachusetts
    • Poor perinatal outcomes in Ontario: Are there geographic hotspots? Where are they? What are their characteristics?, Population Health Improvement Research Network, Building a Healthier Ontario Conference, Toronto, 2011
    • Mining the Middle Ground: Developing Midlevel Managers for Strategic Change (St. Lucie Press (CRC), 2000)
  • Where are you now?: Post-doctoral research, University of Ottawa