Four strategies for turning local healthcare innovation into routine practice everywhere

Four strategies for turning local healthcare innovation into routine practice everywhere

Dr. Clare Liddy is a Tier 2 Chair, Associate Professor and Clinical Investigator at the C.T. Lamont Primary Health Care Research Centre of the University of Ottawa’s Department of Family Medicine, and a senior researcher at the Bruyere Research Institute. She is practising family physician and expert adviser with EvidenceNetwork.ca.​ Dr. Erin Keely is an […]

Why is it so hard for mothers to breastfeed in Canada?

Why is it so hard for mothers to breastfeed in Canada?

According to Statistics Canada, while Canada has made significant strides toward breastfeeding as a cultural norm — for example 89 percent of women initiated breastfeeding in 2012, compared to 69 percent in 1982 — we still have a long way to go.