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Using Tableau To Visualize Canadians' Mental Health & Substance Use During The Pandemic

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During these unprecedented times, it’s very more important to understand how the events surrounding COVID-19 have affected—and continue to affect—Canadians’ mental health and substance use.

Join this 30-minute webinar showcasing how the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) used data and visual analytics to better understand and communicate the impact of COVID-19 on Canadians’ mental wellness.

During this session, we will be sharing our insights on:
• How we conceived of and designed an interactive dashboard to help track and share complex data
• Some of the key findings in our ongoing research leveraging a visual dashboard
• Utilizing dashboards and analysis to enable you to make better-informed decisions and inform the public via embedded analytics
• Some of the specifics implementation details of Tableau that helped us to better visualize the results

 

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Lauren Clegg

Manager of Research & Centers of Innovation Communications, CAMH

Lauren Clegg is Manager of Research and Centres of Innovation Communications at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), Canada's largest mental health and addiction teaching hospital and a world leading research centre in this field. In her role as part of the Public Affairs team, Lauren works to find innovative ways to communicate CAMH’s many research initiatives to a variety of internal and external stakeholders, while ensuring alignment with the hospital’s broader strategic initiatives.

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Omar Farah

Senior Data Technology Consultant, Keyrus

Omar Farah is a senior data technology consultant at Keyrus, a global consultancy that specializes in the development of innovative data and digital technology solutions for performance management. In his role, Omar leverages advanced Tableau and other technologies knowledge in order to develop modern data analytics solutions that helps organizations make their data matter.