Publications, Presentations, and Reports

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Conference presentations

  • Hughes, J.S., A. Hurford, D.M. Patrick, J. Wu and A.M. Morris. Monitoring the net clinical impact of resistance: composite indices show improvement in our ability to cover severe device-associated infections in an academic ICU since 2000. Incubator poster at AMMI Canada. Apr 2016. Vancouver, BC.
  • Dresser L., J.S. Hughes, M. McIntyre, S. Nelson, N. Ferguson, S. Lapinsky, N. Lazar, S. Mehta, L. Burry, J. Singh, C. Bell and A.M. Morris. Antimicrobial stewardship programs reduce daily prescribing variability in academic ICUs. Oral presentation at AMMI Canada. Apr 2016. Vancouver, BC.
  • Dresser L., J.S. Hughes, M. McIntyre, S. Nelson, N. Ferguson, S. Lapinsky, N. Lazar, S. Mehta, L. Burry, J. Singh, C. Bell and A.M. Morris. Antimicrobial stewardship programs reduce daily prescribing variability in academic ICUs. Oral poster at the Critical Care Canada Forum. Oct 2015. Toronto, ON.
  • Hughes, J.S., A. Hurford, R.L. Finley, D.M. Patrick, J. Wu and A.M. Morris. How to measure antibiotic resistance using empiric therapy indices. Poster at IDWeek. Oct 2015. San Diego, CA.
  • Hughes, J.S., A. Hurford, J. Wu and A.M. Morris. 2015. Constructing Syndrome-Specific Antibiograms for Catheter-Associated Bloodstream Infections Using Uncertainty Estimation and Colour. Poster at the Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy. September 2014. Washington, DC
  • Hughes, J., C. Cobbold, B. Cooke, G. Dwyer, K. Haynes, and M. Pineda-Krch. 2011. The effect of landscape configuration on forest insect outbreak dynamics – insights from a simple host-parasitoid model. Presentation to the North American Forest Ecology Workshop. June 2011. Roanoke, VA.
  • Hughes, J. and M.J. Fortin. 2010. Does density-dependent dispersal explain mountain pine beetle spread? Performance of models across years and regions in BC (Canada). Presentation to The Ecology Society of America. Aug 1-6. Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Fortin, M.J. and J. Hughes. 2010. Statistics needed to study global change: Which ones to use? Invited presentation to The Ecology Society of America. Aug 1-6. Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Hughes, J., M.J. Fortin and V. Nealis. 2010. Untangling reciprocal interactions in space-time data: the effects of jack pine budworm defoliation on jack pine flowering. Presentation to The Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution. May 9-12. Quebec, QC.
  • Hughes, J., M. Eng, A. Fall, M.J. Fortin, A. Walton, T. Shore, B. Riel. 2008. Lessons from an applied mountain pine beetle model: Simple answers are important, interesting questions remain. Invited presentation to The International Association of Landscape Ecology – U.S. Chapter. Apr 6-10, 2008. Madison, WI.
  • Hughes, J.S., A. Fall, T. Shore, B. Riel, M. Eng, and P. Hall. 2005. Understanding landscape pattern and mountain pine beetle management in British Columbia. Poster for The Ecological Society of America. Aug 8 to 12. Montreal, QC.
  • Hughes, J.S., A. Fall, T. Shore, B. Riel, M. Eng and P. Hall. 2005. Generalizing specific models and landscape conditions to gain insight into landscape scale interactions between forest patterns, mountain pine beetles and management. Presentation to The International Union of Forest Research Organizations Meeting on Forest Insect Epidemics. July 11-14. Prince George, BC.
  • Hughes, J., A. Fall, and K. Lertzman. 2003. Modeling the effect of landscape pattern on mountain pine beetles. Presentation to The International Association of Landscape Ecology – U.S. Chapter. Apr 2-6. Banff, AB.
  • Hughes, J., A. Fall, M.J. Fortin, and K. Lertzman. 2001. Predicting the effect of pattern on congregative dispersal: A comparison of landscape indices. Presentation to The International Association of Landscape Ecology – U.S. Chapter. Apr 25-29. Pheonix, Arizona.

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