Download our free eBook! Making Evidence Matter in Canadian Health Policy

By Noralou Roos, Kathleen O’Grady, Shannon Turczak, Camilla Tapp and Lindsay Jolivet

EvidenceCoverJan2014 - sizedWe are excited to announce our second eBook, Making Evidence Matter in Canadian Health Policy edited by Noralou Roos, Kathleen O’Grady, Shannon Turczak, Camilla Tapp and Lindsay Jolivet (ISBN 978-0-9916971-2-0).

Click here to access your free eBook:
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Making Evidence Matter in Canadian Health Policy is a compendium of OpEds published in the media in 2012-2013 by some of Canada’s leading experts in the field, offering a snapshot of the evidence on the issues of the day.  It is the second in a series of eBooks produced by, the first being Canadian Health Policy in the News, which achieved 13,000 reads in the first year of release.

This second volume addresses a range of controversial topics, such as whether or not our health system is sustainable and how our healthcare dollars are spent.  Other sections address pharmaceutical policy, private-for-profit delivery of care, social determinants of health, aging, mental health and obesity.

This eBook is available free of charge in a number of different formats, so we encourage you to share it widely, reprint in your news outlets, use it as a textbook, and share via social media.

With thanks to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the Manitoba Health Research Council whose funding supports

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Canadian Health Policy in the News: Why Evidence Matters

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