How We're Trying to Inject Health Policy Into Mainstream Media
Advance directives, dignity and care-giving: a voice for frail elderly Canadians
Home Care’s Tommy Douglas Moment?
Home care has moved steadily up the policy agenda, and onto the radar of our citizens. Still, in Ontario, home and community care represents only about 4 per cent of ...
Many hospitals don’t do enough to support health workers after an adverse event
In the case of possible errors, “physicians often harbour visions of disastrous personal consequences, such as the loss of reputation…or revocation of their medical licence.” In severe cases, the person ...
Aging in the right place is what seniors need
The family home as the best place to stay may not be true for all
Communicating Canadian health policy in a changing media landscape
Why Canadian researchers need to be more vocal in the media
Damien Contandriopoulos and Marc-André Gagnon argue that researchers have a responsibility to inform the public about their findings and their ideas.
A Last Word From the “Balcony of Personal Reflection” With the Healthcare Ghosts of Despair, Consciousness and Hope
The Patients Will See You Now, Are You Ready?
Leadership, White Space and Mindsets