Dr. Alan Katz addresses medical screening guidelines for prostate and breast cancer. Early screening for cancer is best, right? Except when it’s not. Dr. Katz outlines the latest research on the issue and highlights who should, and should not, be screened, according to the evidence.
Why public sector provision is an effective way to deliver healthcare: Learning from the UK model, featuring Dr. John Lister, Coventry University.
Dr. Robert Schroth speaks about both the developmental and economic costs tooth decay has on children across Canada — and what we can do to prevent it.
How we can we improve emergency care for everyone and save our health system in the process? Dr. Malcolm Doupe from the University of Manitoba addresses overcrowding at emergency rooms across Canada and provides possible solutions. See the two posters, 1 and 2 based on this commentary
Dr. Verena Menec of the University of Manitoba discusses why so many elderly Canadians are dying in hospitals and in acute care settings.
This webinar highlighted our experience developing an eBook for experts from across Canada, the reasons to create an eBook, challenges we faced, and a step-by-step guide to making your own eBook.
The failure of private-public-partnerships in healthcare in the UK, and how not to replicate it in Canada, featuring Dr. John R. Lister, Coventry University
Dr. John Lister of Coventry University on trends in health policy and what it means for Canada and the UK.
Professor Raisa Deber speaks about why making patients pay user fees won’t make our health system more affordable.
Presented by Dr. John Lister, May 14, 2013 at the University of Manitoba for EvidenceNetwork.ca.