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( Last Updated : February 23, 2006)

Since the first COVID-19 vaccine was approved for use in Canada on December 9, 2020, the vaccine rollout has moved extremely quickly. More than 60% of Canadians have received at least 1 dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Yet questions and uncertainty remain. How well do the vaccines currently available…
Join Suzanne McGurn, President and CEO of CADTH, as she welcomes Gillian Leng, CBE, for an insightful conversation on what the future holds for the United Kingdom’s influential National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, better known as NICE. Gillian will discuss NICE’s new 5-year…
The COVID-19 pandemic has definitely affected many different aspects of the Canadian health care system — including the widespread adoption of virtual care. Demand for virtual care is unlikely to diminish over the immediate and long term; therefore, many people are wondering how to best optimize…
Despite evidence showing that greater gender equity is better for health policy-making and patient care, gender inequity remains a problem in Canadian health care. This lecture will explore the occurrence and consequences of gender inequity in medicine and academia, present why gender equity is…
Audience: Producers Level: Intermediate What you’ll learn: Workshop participants will: 1) articulate the differences between traditional effectiveness reviews and mixed methods research syntheses (MMRS); 2) identify when an MMRS would be appropriate; 3) demonstrate an understanding of the…