June 2014

A Road Map to Building Ethics Capacity in the Home and Community Care and Support Services Sector     

The authors introduce the Community Ethics Network (CEN), a replicable network of home and community care agencies in the Greater Toronto Area.

June 2014

Diffusion of Personal Health Information Services: Self-Determining and Empowering Practices for Manitoba Inuit     

The author describes findings from research conducted into culturally safe practices for communicating personal health information services related to a provincial integrated electronic health record.

April 2014

Is Public Health Ready to Participate in the Transformation of the Healthcare System?     

To guide the significant changes required in Canadian healthcare, the authors advocate for transforming the primary care system into a community-based primary healthcare (CBPH) system. They discuss, in particular, the ...

April 2014

Sustainability of Cancer Registration in the Kilimanjaro Region of Tanzania - A Qualitative Assessment     

Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre (KCMC) is developing a population-based cancer registry, and understanding stakeholders’ perceptions of factors impacting cancer registration sustainability is critical to its long-term success.

February 2014

Health Canada and the Pharmaceutical Industry: A Preliminary Analysis of the Historical Relationship     

Health Canada has been accused of favouring the pharmaceutical industry over the public in areas of pharmaceutical policy. This orientation has been tied to the introduction of user fees by ...

February 2014

Comparing Approaches to Integrating Refugee and Asylum-Seeking Healthcare Professionals in Canada and the UK

Analysis of interviews with stakeholders reveals no simple solutions for integrating refugee doctors and nurses into host countries. The targeted approach adopted in the UK does offer some promising practices ...

November 2013

Reforming Canadian Primary Care – Don't Stop Half-Way

November 2013

Legal Implications of Single-Use Medical Device Reprocessing*     

The author discusses the reuse and reprocessing of single-use medical devices, as well as the risks this practice presents. She outlines the legal implications of reusing single-use devices.

August 2013

Product Listing Agreements (PLAs): A New Tool for Reaching Quebec's Pharmaceutical Policy Objectives?     

August 2013

Reforming Canadian Primary Care – Don't Stop Half-Way

 

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