Improving equity in access to palliative care – Dr. Naheed Dosani interview
On March 1, 2023, Healthcare Excellence Canada (HEC) and the Partnership announced the first 10 communities participating in the "Improving Equity in Access to Palliative Care" program.
Health Equity Advisor Dr. Naheed Dosani speaks about the initiative, how he got involved with palliative care and why he is committed to helping vulnerably housed people in Canada.Read our interview with Dr. Dosani Improving equity in access to palliative care – Dr. Naheed Dosani interview
Healthy eating and cancer in Canada
Learn about the latest research, cancer prevention efforts, and provincial, territorial, and municipal policies encouraging healthy eating for people in...View Healthy eating and cancer in Canada
Alcohol policy and cancer in Canada
Learn about the relationship between alcohol and cancer, as well as policy actions that minimize harmView Alcohol policy and cancer in Canada
HPV vaccine access in Canada, 2022
Learn about the coverage of and eligibility for publicly funded HPV vaccines in each province and territory.View HPV vaccine access in Canada, 2022
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