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Dr. Steve Hall

Medical education and training:
Past Positions:
Current Positions:

Research Interests:

  • Measuring Comorbidity for survival studies in Head and Neck Oncology. Hall SF, Rochon, Streiner,Paszat, Groome and Rohland. Laryngoscope 2002; 112:1988-1996
  • Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Head and Neck in Ontario Canada and Oslo Norway. Hall SF, Boysen, M. Groome, PA, Mackillop, W. Laryngoscope 2003 113: 695-701
  • Using cancer registry data for survival studies: the example of the Ontario Cancer Registry Hall SF, Schulze K, Groome PA, Mackillop WJ, Holowaty E. J Clin Epi 2006; 58 67-76
  • The inter-rater reliability of comorbidity indexes. Hall SF, Groome PA, Streiner DS, Rochon PA. J Clin Epidemiology 2006 59: 926-933
  • A Users guide to selecting a comorbidity index for clinical research. Hall SF. J Clin Epidemiology 2006 59: 849-855
Publications as Co-author:
Current Research Funding:
  • CIHR operating grant 2003: Tough choices: the treatment of cancer of the hypopharynx in Ontario. 3 years, $350,000.
  • CIHR New Investigator award x 5 years 2003
International Presentations:
  • Comorbidity and Selection Bias. The Eastern Great Lakes Head and Neck Oncology Group. Nov 2001 Toronto
  • Can the TNM system be used to compare treatment results in the head and neck site? 18th UICC International Cancer Conference, Head and Neck Research Symposium. Olso, July 2002
  • Prognostic Factors in cancer of the hypopharynx: Ist International Symposium on Prognostic Factors in Head and Neck Cancer. Leiden, Nov 2006
National Presentations:
Cancer Care and Epidimiology at Queen's University

Outside interests: road biking, windsurfing, rowing, short track speed skating, downhill skiing
Last book read: Saturday
Telephone: (613) 544-3400 ext:3618


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