Events


( Last Updated : February 23, 2006)

There’s solid agreement that decisions in health care that are informed by hard facts are likely to be better than decisions made based on gut instinct or something your brother’s best friend’s second cousin says his grandmother’s neighbour told him. Systematic reviews and meta-analyses are…
The severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), which causes COVID-19, spreads when an infected person breathes out, sneezes, coughs, or talks, thus putting virus-carrying liquid particles into the air where they can infect other people. Larger particles fall to the ground rapidly…
This annual session is an opportunity for all interested stakeholders to get the latest information about priority initiatives and process changes from the CADTH pharmaceutical reviews portfolio. Updates on other relevant CADTH initiatives will also be provided. As well, the session includes an…
Health technology assessment (HTA) plays a key role in decisions about the use of medical devices in Canada. This session will cover the role of HTA in the management of medical devices in Canada, the programs in CADTH’s medical devices and clinical interventions portfolio, and CADTH’s COVID-19…
Before COVID-19, virtual care was a topic of interest to many Canadians, but widespread uptake felt stubbornly out of reach. The pandemic changed everything and the delivery of virtual care surged almost overnight.  Health care providers, policy-makers, and patients are wondering if we can sustain…