News @ a glance

Eggertson, Laura; Kent, Heather; Sibbald, Barbara
January 2005
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;1/4/2005, Vol. 172 Issue 1, p26
Academic Journal
Presents news briefs on the health care industry of Canada as of December 2004. Launch of the Internet-based data system Global Public Health Intelligence Network for monitoring media sources; Amount of funding provided by the federal government for several health research projects until 2010; Amendment of the policy of the World Medical Association on ethical behavior in times of armed conflict.


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