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How I choose to repair the world

I’m often asked why I do what I do. Actually, it’s rare that someone questions my decision to look after sick people as a physician. People also rarely wonder why I chose to get married or to have children. On the other hand, my academic interests – the focus of my research and educational work…

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Watching someone die and feeling … nothing

The first time I witnessed a death, I was a third year medical student and at  the very beginning of my training. My patient was older – in his late 70s – and all alone. His family dropped him off at the emergency department and were not reachable by phone. One of my first nights…

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There’s room for competition in public health care

This is the last of a five-part series in The Globe and Mail on modernizing medicare: lessons from home and abroad Carol Propper is a professor of economics at Imperial College Business School, London Do competition and choice improve health care? Or is health care just too complex and emotive an area to respond to…

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Medicare doesn’t have to be expensive. Just look at Israel

This is the fourth of a five-part series in The Globe and Mail on modernizing medicare: lessons from home and abroad Bruce Rosen is director of the Smokler Center for Health Policy Research at the Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute in Jerusalem. In Canada, there is an ongoing debate about whether to expand medicare to include a national…

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How to improve Indigenous health? Address jurisdictional disputes

This is the second of a five-part series in The Globe and Mail on modernizing medicare: lessons from home and abroad Josée Lavoie is a professor in the Department of Community Health Sciences, and director of the Manitoba First Nations Centre for Aboriginal Health Research, at the University of Manitoba.  In 2017, there remains a…

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Canada should take health-care lessons from Australia

This is the third of a five-part series  in The Globe and Mail on modernizing medicare: lessons from home and abroad Stephen Duckett is director of the health program at Grattan Institute in Melbourne, Australia, and is a former head of the Australian Government Department of Health. Australia and Canada share many characteristics, but Canadians…

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Featured Partner


The Dalla Lana School of Public Health

We're proud to announce a new program, designed in partnership with Dalla Lana School of Public Health (DLSPH): the AMS-Fitzgerald Fellowship. It will support emerging leaders as they learn about the opportunities and challenges of AI, the importance of humanceterness, and how health systems function. It's an exceptional opportunity for up-and-coming professionals in the healthcare sector.

This competitive 2-year pilot program will launch in the fall of 2021 with a cadre of 12 talented emerging and mid-level leaders. They'll learn, practice, and apply visionary leadership skills and competencies that focus on AI and compassionate care.

This fellowship is an outstanding example of what we can accomplish through partnership. We're excited to collaborate with the DLSPH again.

We regularly partner with world-class organizations to bring you exceptional offerings in technology and compassionate care as well as in the history of medicine.

From globally-renowned research institutes and healthcare delivery organizations to leading educational establishments, our partners all seek to improve the state of healthcare by making caring for people its focal point. Together, we offer conferences and events, research funding, scholorships and more.

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