Outcomes of the Trudy Lieberman cross-Canada tour:
- Trudy’s complete cross-Canada tour is captured on Storify
- Read the following OpEds by Trudy Lieberman : 1) This doctor treats poverty like a disease; 2) The great Canadian experiment to house the homeless; 3) David Dodge on why health care costs so much; 4) Comparing U.S., Canadian health care systems and 5) U.S., Canadian health care systems share some challenges
- Watch the following videos by Trudy Lieberman: 1) Comparing the quality of nursing home care in Manitoba and the U.S., with Dr. Malcolm Doupe & Trudy Lieberman (38.6 min); and 2) What is Obamacare? Why Canadians should care, with Trudy Lieberman (46.3 min)
- Read the following OpEd by Janna Stam: What the future of American health care means for Canada
- From the Montreal visit: Pitfalls in Health Policy Reporting: A World Café. A Final Report
- Watch the following video from the Toronto visit: Talking to the Press: Communicating your Research to the Public (October 17, 2013)
- Watch the following video with Trudy Lieberman: Tools for communicating research to the public (2.2 min)
Trudy Lieberman, past president of the Association of Health Care Journalists in the U.S., visited four cities across Canada last fall as a guest of the Evidence Network of Canadian Health Policy, commonly known as EvidenceNetwork.ca. She visited as a Fulbright Scholar (See Fulbright Canada). Lieberman currently covers health and the coverage of health for the Columbia Journalism Review and blogs at CJR.org. As a fellow at the Center for Advancing Health, she contributes to the preparedpatientforum.org blog, and is a contributor to The Nation. She has had a long career at Consumer Reports specializing in insurance, health care, health care financing and long-term care. She has won numerous honors and awards including two other Fulbright awards. She was a senior specialist in the United Kingdom in 2011 and a senior scholar in Japan in 1993. Lieberman is also an adjunct associate professor public health at the CUNY School of Public Health in New York City.
Fulbright Canada is a joint, bi-national, treaty-based organization created to encourage mutual understanding between Canada and the United States of America through academic and cultural exchange. Fulbright Canada is supported by the Canadian Government, through Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, by the United States Government, through the Department of State, and by a diverse group of corporate sponsors, charitable trusts, and university partners. It is governed by an independent Board of Directors and operates out of Ottawa.