Quoted in Kelly Grant, “Government health care spending, and how much seniors account for” Globe and Mail, 30 October 2014.
Category: Other Presentations
Participated on a panel translating “Academic Research into Health Care Systems Change”, Queen’s Health Policy Change Conference Series: Toward a Canadian Healthcare Strategy, 13 June 2013, Toronto, Ontario
Presented at workshop on Health Rights at the Public/Private Intersection at the University of Toronto
Presented at workshop on Health Rights at the Public/Private Intersection at the University of Toronto. This conference brought together health law and policy scholars from around the world, to discuss the impact of health rights litigation on equality of access to health care. In addition to presenting on health rights in Canada, I co-hosted the event with Aeyal Gross. October 22, 2010, Toronto, Ontario.
Invited presentation to the Board of the Canadian Health Services and Policy Research Foundation. October 7, 2010, Ottawa, Ontario.
Opening and Closing Remarks at CIHR Primary Healthcare Summit – a multidisciplinary primary care collaboration among decision makers, administrators, clinicians, researchers and patient representatives as a catalyst for new collaborations and innovative thinking in primary healthcare titled, “Patient-oriented Primary Healthcare – Scaling up Innovation”. January 18-19, 2010, Toronto, Ontario.
Plenary panelist on Workplace Mental Health Research titled “In Conversation with the CIHR Institute Directors”. October 28-30, 2009, Toronto, Ontario.
Participant at the 4th Annual Canadian Congress for Research on Mental Health and Addiction in the Workplace
Participant at the 4th Annual Canadian Congress for Research on Mental Health and Addiction in the Workplace, the leading Canadian forum dedicated to exchanging scientific evidence to improve the working environment and the mental health of workers. During this 2ó-day congress, hundreds of researchers, business leaders, policy-makers, service providers and workers gathered to share information on the latest research and practical, evidence-based policies, programs and tools. October 28-30, 2009, Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto, Ontario.
CIHR Café Scientifique – Moderator for café “As seen on TV! The risks and benefits of direct-to consumer advertising of prescription-only drugs”. March 3, 2008, Vancouver, British Columbia.
CIHR Café Scientifique – Moderator for café “As seen on TV! The risks and benefits of direct-toconsumer advertising of prescription-only drugs”. March 3, 2008, Vancouver, British Columbia.