Health research gets middling grades

Kondro, Wayne
October 2006
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;10/24/2006, Vol. 175 Issue 9, p1046
Academic Journal
The article discusses the findings of a study on the state of science and technology in Canada. The study was commissioned by the Conservative government as part of its forthcoming overhaul of the federal science and technology strategy. An opinion survey of scientific experts has been made to gauge the quality of science and technology in various sectors. A number of health and related life sciences and technologies sub-areas were ranked in the survey's top 50. Clinical research received a low rating from the survey.


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