Getting serious about Canadian health research

Stanbrook, Matthew B.; Hébert, Paul C.
October 2007
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;10/9/2007, Vol. 177 Issue 8, p825
Academic Journal
The article presents the author's perspective pertaining the imminent departure of Dr. Alan Bernstein from the presidency of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. This will doubtless be the subject of much hand-wringing over a suitable replacement, future directions, programming and other structural matters. The research community must first persuasively explain the rationale for and evidence of a need for increased funding.


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