EvidenceNetwork.ca creates original media content on public policy topics for publication in the mainstream media and links journalists with policy experts to provide access to non-partisan, evidence-based information. EvidenceNetwork.ca is made up of more than 80 academics and researchers from across Canada and internationally who are top of their field and employ quality evidence to build policy solutions. A small staff, which includes professional editors and writers, works together with our academic experts to make EvidenceNetwork.ca media content balanced, accessible and evidence-based. EvidenceNetwork.ca has been established with funding from the Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement, Canadian Institutes of Health Research and Research Manitoba. Director, Dr. Shannon Sampert. Managing Editor, Kathleen O’Grady
Having a clearly defined poverty line enables a government to set targets, such as reducing the prevalence of measured poverty.
There is a well-known connection between teen pregnancy and child protection services.
06/20/2018 15:13 EDT
In professions where women are quickly becoming the majority, such as medicine, dentistry and pharmacy, only rarely do they occupy leadership positions.
06/14/2018 10:02 EDT
Bill C-75 is a small step forward, but stops short of tackling intimate femicide and domestic violence. We need a comprehensive, integrated strategy.
05/11/2018 11:02 EDT
The genesis of much of the poor nutrition in our communities begins with the history of residential schools.
05/04/2018 13:05 EDT
It is time for change: what has gotten Canadian health systems to their present state will not be sufficient to get them where they need to go for the future.
04/23/2018 13:18 EDT
The administration of the Registered Disability Savings Plan and the Disability Tax Credit must be taken out of the CRA's hands.
04/16/2018 09:47 EDT
Mothers with postpartum obsessive compulsive disorder experience a waking nightmare, and desperately need help.
03/28/2018 15:15 EDT
The health of our elected leaders is crucial, but the lives and limbs of everyone else are important, too.
03/21/2018 16:01 EDT
In human nutritional sciences, there seems to be a narrative for every diet, and for each diet, an army of believers.
03/13/2018 10:17 EDT
When it comes to a redesign of the health system, it's not enough for governments to make the "right" decision based on management theory.
03/08/2018 14:36 EST
The vast majority of items are ready-to-eat products that have a characteristic in common: they're ultra-processed foods.
02/28/2018 11:18 EST
The last version of the food guide was published in 2007, so it's time for a revamp to reflect new information.
02/21/2018 12:33 EST
Most clinics only book appointments by phone, often with long waits on hold. Family doctor and specialists communicate by fax. Why?
02/15/2018 10:08 EST
If we are serious about ending homelessness, we need to institute long-term solutions and to invest in a public health, preventive approach.
02/08/2018 09:25 EST
Our society doesn't want to talk about aging and death because we are entrenched in a belief that quantity of years is always to be preferred over quality.
01/31/2018 13:50 EST
The short-term benefits of taking a benzodiazepine drug are often outweighed by the health risks of long-term use, including addiction.
01/26/2018 15:11 EST
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