We have developed a series of training webinars to support understanding and appropriate use of CAREX information. These webinars provide an overview of our website, the methods and data we employ, some of the tools we've developed to explore and interpret our estimates, and an opportunity to ask questions to scientists on the CAREX team.
We held a total of five webinars this past year and recordings are available at the links below. Please check back regularly as our schedule grows, or subscribe to the CAREX eBulletin and receive notification of upcoming webinars by email. If you would like to inquire about in-person training for your group, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recordings of past presentations are now available for viewing (please note that a media player is required). Please contact us if you have any questions about the content:
Offers an opportunity to learn about the CAREX Canada project as a whole, receive a tour of the website, and obtain a general understanding of the resources and tools available.
Focuses on the estimates of Canadians' potential exposures via various environmental exposure pathways, including background on methods and some of the tools available to use and explore the data.
Provides an overview of the CAREX Canada occupational exposures platform, which estimates Canadians’ potential exposures to known and suspected carcinogens in the workplace.
Provides a tour of the EMP, a tool developed by the Environmental Exposures Team that uses a Google Earth interface to visualize toxic emissions to air across the country.
Provides training on eRISK, a Microsoft Access tool that allows users to explore indicators of potential lifetime excess cancer risk for environmental exposures, and to input local data for comparison purposes.