JURY STILL OUT on health minister Dosanjh

Fuller, Colleen
March 2005
Revolution: The Journal for RNs & Patient Advocacy;Mar/Apr2005, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p10
Points out that the appointment of Ujjal Dosanjh as Canada's minister of health may break Canada's seemingly lack of commitment to its national health program. Background as a social activist; Concerns regarding his record of public service over the past decade; Family background; Career background; Observation that the minister may have not yet found his feet or identified his base of support.


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