CYDL: Launch Event Resources

PowerPoint Presentations

Plenary Session: CYDL History & Longitidinal Study Background
Presented by Keith Bowen, Acting Executive Director, Human Service Analytics, Alberta Human Services; and Dr. Xinjie Cui, Chief Analytics Officer, PolicyWise for Children & Families

Plenary Session: Matrix & Profile Visualizations and Significance
Presented by Drs. Navjot Lamba and Christine Werk, Research Scientists, PolicyWise for Children & Families

Plenary Session: FASD Panel
This guided discussion looks at how findings from the study impact policy, program and service delivery in the area of FASD in Alberta.
Presented by Dr. Gail Andrew, Clinician, Alberta Health Services, Darcy Fleming, Team Lead, Performance Management, Alberta Human Services, Janice Penner, Manager, Disability Supports Program Development, Alberta Human Services – Co-Chair of the FASD Cross-Ministry Committee and Dr. Christine Werk, Research Scientist, PolicyWise for Children & Families – Led the analysis of the FASD data

Concurrent Session: Justice and Solicitor General Theme
Learn about how young Albertans with criminal offences interact with other services. Hear about the profiles results and how government may use the data. Participate in smaller discussions about the results and their use.

Concurrent Session: Education Theme
This session focuses on the educational experiences and outcomes of Albertans between 2005/06 and 2010/11. Discussions of K-12 and post-secondary students centre on a range of profile indicators and cross-ministry service use patterns/trends. Guiding questions facilitate group discussions.

Concurrent Session: Disability Services Theme
This session discusses the cross-ministry service use patterns of Albertans who access disability services from the provincial government. Policy implications and future in-depth analysis plans are discussed in groups.

Concurrent Session: Power of Cross-Sector Longitudinal Analysis
This session highlights the critical steps necessary to anonymize, link, resolve, validate and analyse government GOA administrative longitudinal data. Policy-related examples are revealed through the visualization matrix and a discussion on the power of the visualization matrix to identify policy-related issues will be facilitated.

Recorded Presentations

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CYDL History & Longitidinal Study Background presented by Keith Bowen, Acting Executive Director, Human Service Analytics, Alberta
Human Services; and Dr. Xinjie Cui, Chief Analytics Officer, PolicyWise for Children & Families

Matrix & Profile Visualizations and Significance presented by Drs. Navjot Lamba and Christine Werk, Research Scientists, PolicyWise for Children & Families

FASD Panel
This guided discussion looks at how findings from the study impacted policy, program and service delivery in the area of FASD in Alberta. It is presented by Dr. Gail Andrew, Clinician, Alberta Health Services, Darcy Fleming, Team Lead, Performance Management, Alberta Human Services, Janice Penner, Manager, Disability Supports Program Development, Alberta Human Services – Co-Chair of the FASD Cross-Ministry Committee and Dr. Christine Werk, Research Scientist, PolicyWise for Children & Families – Led the analysis of the FASD data

Concurrent Sessions

Justice and Solicitor General Theme
Learn about how young Albertans with criminal offences interact with other services. Hear about the profiles results and how government may use the data. Participate in smaller discussions about the results and their use.

Education Theme
This session focuses on the educational experiences and outcomes of Albertans between 2005/06 and 2010/11. Discussions of K-12 and post-secondary students centre on a range of profile indicators and cross-ministry service use patterns/trends. Guiding questions facilitate group discussions.

Disability Services Theme
This session discusses the cross-ministry service use patterns of Albertans who access disability services from the provincial government. Policy implications and future in-depth analysis plans are discussed in groups.

Power of Cross-Sector Longitudinal Analysis
This session highlights the critical steps necessary to anonymize, link, resolve, validate and analyse government GOA administrative longitudinal data. Policy-related examples are reviewed.

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