Canada has a mismatch between the world class quality of research we produce on health every year and how that research is implemented into our healthcare system.
Canadian Indigenous people have been described as “ghosts of history,” spectres lingering in the background, haunting our legacy. This refers to the fact that Indigenous people have been ignored to a great extent in Canadian history
A society with no poverty would be healthier, happier and easier to live in — and would save us all money in the end
As a family doctor who works largely with people living on low incomes, poverty is at the root of many of the illnesses I treat.
Trudy Lieberman, Adjunct Associate Professor, the CUNY School of Public Health
Pamela Cowan, Regina Leader-Post
In these times of media hype and political messaging it is vitally important that scientific information be accessible; Evidence Network provides a huge service to the public through its efforts to do so.
Evidence Network helps put high-quality health research into the hands of Canadians.
Evidence Network provides a crucial link between health experts, policy makers and the Canadian public. This is a crucial tool in our efforts to translate our research and health expertise into policy change that will improve Canadian health.
There is a lot of evidence that shows that physicians and patients too often pursue tests and treatments that are not necessary valuable — in fact they may actually cause harm to patients
Most Canadians would like to see an end to poverty. What if we told you that one organization, using the existing social benefits system, found a way to get $21 million into the pockets of 9,000 low income individuals in Winnipeg?