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Evidence in the Media: How Academics can Get Their Research in the Mainstream Media (webinar)

How EvidenceNetwork.ca Works with the Media

The Changing Media Landscape: EvidenceNetwork.ca Media Symposium, Ottawa October 2017 (Webinar)

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
See our 10 Most Popular Videos and Podcasts from our YouTube Channel
By Kathleen O'Grady and Eileen Boriskewich

2015 saw us create a regular podcast series on health policy produced by our media intern and Radio Canada journalist, Melanie-Meloche Holubowski. It’s proven to be popular, along with our less frequently created video content.

Most popular health policy content on EvidenceNetwork 2011_2015 Most popular health policy content on EvidenceNetwork.ca, 2011-2015
By Nanci Armstrong and Kathleen O'Grady

Since 2011, we’ve published well over 500 original op-eds, podcasts, videos and backgrounders on controversial and timely health policy issues in Canada and had them published widely in every major media outlet across the country.

Check out the most popular articles on the EvidenceNetwork.ca site from 2015 Check out the most popular articles on the EvidenceNetwork.ca site from 2015
By Nanci Armstrong and Kathleen O'Grady

It was another great year for content produced by Evidence Network experts and authors. We created more than 150 original op-eds, podcasts, videos, posters and backgrounders on a wide range of health policy issues for publication in the mainstream media.

Mon rôle en tant que chercheur est non seulement de rapporter les faits, mais aussi d’élever la voix

“Mon rôle en tant que chercheur est non seulement de rapporter les faits, mais aussi d’élever la voix lorsque les décisions politiques ne tiennent pas compte des données probantes.” Marc-André Gagnon est professeur agrégé à la School of Public Policy …

Quebec’s outdated drug coverage policies should not be a model for the rest of Canada My role as a researcher is to raise my voice when political decisions are not evidence-based
By Marc-André Gagnon

“My role as a researcher is not only to bring forth evidence, but also to raise my voice when political decisions are not evidence-based.” Marc-André Gagnon is an expert in political economy and health policy. He is an Associate Professor at …

As a publicly funded researcher, it’s your responsibility to try to get the truth out
By Damien Contandriopoulous

“Even though it’s a long-term battle, as a publicly funded researcher, it’s your responsibility to try to get the truth out.” Damien Contandriopoulos (Ph.D.) is an Associate Professor in Nursing, Researcher at the Public Health Research Institute at University of Montreal.   …


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