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( Last Updated : February 23, 2006)

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…
Recommendation Mapping (RecMap) is a new approach to organizing health recommendations that makes it easy for guideline developers and users to access the most up-to-date information. Developed by Dr. Holger Schünemann and his team at McMaster University, a RecMap is a user-friendly online…
Tuberculosis (TB), one of the world’s deadliest infectious killers, has a great deal in common with COVID-19. They’re both respiratory diseases with similar symptoms such as cough, fever, and weakness. On World TB Day, join our panel of international and national experts on infectious diseases for…
Audience: Of interest to policy-makers. Level: Introductory What you’ll learn: Participants will become familiar with qualitative research principles, common methods used, and when and how qualitative research can be practically used to influence health policy and practice. Andrea Smith, CADTH…