Rachel Skellet

Data/Epi Lead, COVID Emergency Operations Centre

Niagara Region Public Health

Rachel Skellet has a Bachelor of Public Health degree from Brock University and a Masters of Science in Public Health degree from the University of London (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine). Since completing these degrees, Rachel has worked at Niagara Region Public Health and Middlesex-London Health Unit as an epidemiologist. Since the beginning of the pandemic, Rachel has worked as the Data Lead supporting the Emergency Operations Centre at Niagara Region Public Health. In this role, she is responsible for leading a team of epidemiologists to report COVID-related data for both internal decision making and to the public. In addition, she works to ensure data accuracy and that privacy is maintained. Outside of her role in the pandemic, Rachel supports the data needs related to other communicable diseases as well as supports departmental strategic projects.

 


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Day 1: Dec 2, 2020

12:30 pm

12:30 pm

Panel: COVID-19: Partnerships, Data Capture and Advanced Analytics

Best Practices for Scaling Staff, Building Partnerships and Capturing More Actionable Data

COVID-19 accelerated the adoption of new technologies and organizational structures across all industries. But perhaps none more than the healthcare sector. Join the discussion as we tackle some of the lessons Niagara Region Public Health learned as they scaled up to meet the demands of their COVID-19 response. Source insights to:

  • Quickly scale up staffing who are skilled in data capture and analysis to meet increased demands
  • Protect data and patient privacy while sharing critical information to trusted teams
  • Build effective partnership agreements and establish trust in your collaborative work
  • Communicate quickly and clearly with the public on COVID-19 mitigation and transparency

Leverage lessons learned and implement best practices for building data analytics capacity quickly and effectively during COVID-19. 

Day 2: Dec 3, 2020