Navigating the Evidence: Communicating Canadian Health Policy in the Media

This book is a snapshot of the complex and controversial issues in Canadian health policy that have been addressed in the mainstream media, including commentaries on our aging population, the sustainability of the healthcare system, the social determinants of health, essays on pharmaceutical policy, obesity, mental health and more.  It is a compilation of op-eds published in Canadian newspapers from 2014, authored by experts affiliated with the non-partisan,  It is the third volume in the series of free ebooks, which also includes: Canadian Health Policy in the News (2013) and Making Evidence Matter in Canadian Health Policy (2014) — all made available for free so that they may be read and used widely in educational settings.  Essays in the volume are timely, balanced, free from partisan influence and put evidence at the forefront.    
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May 5, 2015
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