Ontario likely has enough doctors — if we make better use of our other health workers

Ontario likely has enough doctors — if we make better use of our other health workers

Does Ontario have enough doctors?  This question may have a surprising answer for some: yes, we may have enough doctors.  How is this possible when many don’t have a doctor or wait days, weeks or even months for a medical appointment? We have more doctors than ever before, but many aren’t located where we need […]

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The Changing Media Landscape

The Changing Media Landscape

How EvidenceNetwork.ca Works with the Media

How EvidenceNetwork.ca Works with the Media

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How to write an op-ed: Webinar

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How a National Drug Plan Can Save Canada

From prescriptions to prevention: Managing Canada’s opioid addiction

From prescriptions to prevention: Managing Canada’s opioid addiction

Winners and losers in the changing world of the Canada Health Transfer

Winners and losers in the changing world of the Canada Health Transfer

Academics need to make sure their evidence matters

Academics need to make sure their evidence matters

An average paper in a peer-reviewed academic journal is read by no more than 10 people, according to Singapore-based academic, Asit Biswas, and Oxford-researcher, Julian Kirchherr, in their controversial commentary, “Prof, no one is reading you,” which went viral last year.