Dr. John Lister of Coventry University on trends in health policy and what it means for Canada and the UK.
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|Moving forward on health care reform |
In the Speech from the Throne and since, the new Liberal government has clearly said it is ready to re-engage with the provinces and territories on health care. This is a welcome development.
|Rising rates of kidney failure signal need for public health strategy |
As many as forty thousand people in Canada are affected by kidney failure — a problem that is increasing across the country, with significant consequences for our health system.
|Alcohol use in pregnancy part of a complex set of issues |
In my work as a neonatologist, I’ve looked after many, many babies. I’ve seen families of all ages, cultures and circumstances. But I’ve never seen a mother who wanted to harm her growing baby.
|COSTS AND SPENDING|
|HEALTH MORE THAN HEALTHCARE|
|INTERNATIONAL HEALTH SYSTEMS|
|MORE NOT ALWAYS BETTER|
|WAITING FOR CARE|