CVER is proud to host the post-conference workshops for the ISVEE 16 conference in Halifax, 7-12 August 2022. All workshops will be held on campus of the University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI), Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island (PEI). ISVEE delegates are expected to travel from Halifax to Charlottetown on Saturday, 13 August 2022. A one-way complimentary bus transportation will be available for ISVEE delegates that have registered for a post-conference workshop. The post-conference workshops all commence on Sunday, 14 August 2022, and run for either 3 or 5 days, typically 08:30am-16:30pm. Workshops not receiving sufficient registration to go forward by the extended registration deadline of 30 April 2022 may be cancelled, with a full refund to all registrants, who will also be offered the opportunity to register for another workshop. Please find below a listing of workshops, with information about travel to Charlottetown and accommodations in Charlottetown.
3-day workshops, August 14 – 16
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|A hands-on workshop on|
network analysis and
|Guillaume Fournie, |
Dirk Pfeiffer, Younjung Kim,
Beth Savagar, William Leung
|Integrated surveillance |
to early and sustainably
detect disease emergence
|Marie-Marie Olive, |
Goutard Flavie, Bordier Marion,
Caron Alexandre, Peyre Marisa,
|InterSpread Plus (ISP)|
|Robert Sanson, Pascale Aubry, |
|Introduction to Bioinformatics|
and Statistics for
(Online option added)
|Noelle Noyes, Paul Morley,|
Lee Pinnell, Peter Ferm
|Introduction to molecular |
|Outbreak Investigation |
– Detect, Explore, Act
|Tasha Epp, |
Teaching Skills (VETS)
|Annette Burgess, |
Navneet Dhand, Naomi Cogger
5-day workshop August 14 – 18
|Title (Click Link for Details)||Workshop Instructors||Registration|
|Questionnaire Design and|
|Ian Dohoo, |
Registration for the ISVEE post-conference workshop is closed.
If you are interested in joining the workshop in the last minute, please contact Jenny Yu, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Travel from Halifax to PEI (Charlottetown)
Charlottetown is located in the province of Prince Edward Island (PEI), which is different from the province of Nova Scotia where Halifax resides. Current COVID-rules differ between Canadian provinces, and therefore all participants in post-conference workshops need to ensure they are eligible to travel to PEI. Please visit the webpage: non-residents travelling to PEI or residents travelling to and from PEI for current travel restrictions for PEI.
For those wishing to commute from Halifax to Charlottetown on their own rather than using the bus transportation, Charlottetown can be reached from Halifax by car, either via the Confederation Bridge (approx 325 km, crossing through the province of New Brunswick) or via a ferry from Caribou, Nova Scotia to PEI (approx 260 km). Charlottetown can also be reached by plane from the Halifax International Airport (link) (approx a 40 minutes direct flight).
Accommodations in Charlottetown
Participants will be responsible for booking their own accommodations. Below you will find information on places to stay by visiting links to our Tourism PEI website and on campus residences. Please contact the hotel or residence directly to book your accommodation.
The Tourism PEI (http://www.tourismpei.com/index.php3) website will provide you with links to a variety of accommodations across the Island as well as information on places to eat, festivals and events and things to do during your stay.
The UPEI Campus offers residence rooms to conference participants. A number of UPEI residence rooms have been reserved for the participants until May 1st. Choose from one of three UPEI residences, each with its own unique style and amenities. Residence accommodations include free parking, local telephone access, a bed linen and towel exchange service, and 24 hour security.
We look forward to welcoming you to beautiful Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, in the summer of 2022!