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How to write an oped How to write an op-ed: with Jennifer Ditchburn (Policy Options) and Shannon Sampert (EvidenceNetwork.ca)
By Jennifer Ditchburn and Shannon Sampert
Does the Canada Health Act Matter Anymore and Could it? Does the Canada Health Act Matter Anymore and Could it?, with Steven Lewis (1:08:47 min)
Les données, un bien public ?
MCCORMACK_Bridge Over Diagnosis Bridge Over Diagnosis – a parody of Bridge Over Troubled Water, with James McCormack (5.1 min)
By James McCormack
Eat Mediterranean Eat Mediterranean, with James McCormack (8.45 min)
By James McCormack
Choosing Wisely Choosing Wisely, with James McCormack (4.3 min)

Choosing Wisely — a parody of the infectious Pharrell Williams song “Happy” by Dr. James McCormack — choose wisely when it comes to making healthcare decisions and if you choose wisely it will make you happy.

What to do about Mom?...should we ask her? What to do about Mom?… Should we ask her?, with Janice Keefe (14.1 min)
Healthcare: U.S. vs. Canada (6.5 min)

Senator Bernie Sanders asked a panel of experts to contrast the United States healthcare system with single-payer models throughout the world. Dr. Danielle Martin, vice president at the Women’s College Hospital in Toronto, speaks on behalf of the Canadian healthcare system.

Self-Regulation and Kindergarten, with Stuart Shanker (10.2 min)
We’ve Normalized the Abnormal, with Yoni Freedhoff (17.3 min)

Dr. Yoni Freedhoff speaks at the University of Vermont’s 2013 Food Systems Summit about the normalization of candy and junk food in society.


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