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The Pharmacist in Your Neighbourhood: Economic Footprint of Quebec’s Community Pharmacy Sector

Using Statistics Canada’s model of the economy, this analysis estimates the economic contribution of the community pharmacy sector. Canada’s unique community pharmacy sector supplies products and services that improve health outcomes and support the creation of jobs.

Briefing | 12 pages | July 2018 | Greg Sutherland, Thy Dinh | The Conference Board of Canada

The Pharmacist in Your Neighbourhood: Economic Footprint of Prince Edward Island’s Community Pharmacy Sector

Using Statistics Canada’s model of the economy, this analysis estimates the economic contribution of the community pharmacy sector. Canada’s unique community pharmacy sector supplies products and services that improve health outcomes and support the creation of jobs.

Briefing | 12 pages | July 2018 | Greg Sutherland, Thy Dinh | The Conference Board of Canada

The Pharmacist in Your Neighbourhood: Economic Footprint of Ontario’s Community Pharmacy Sector

Using Statistics Canada’s model of the economy, this analysis estimates the economic contribution of the community pharmacy sector. Canada’s unique community pharmacy sector supplies products and services that improve health outcomes and support the creation of jobs.

Briefing | 12 pages | July 2018 | Greg Sutherland, Thy Dinh | The Conference Board of Canada

The Pharmacist in Your Neighbourhood: Economic Footprint of Nova Scotia’s Community Pharmacy Sector

Using Statistics Canada’s model of the economy, this analysis estimates the economic contribution of the community pharmacy sector. Canada’s unique community pharmacy sector supplies products and services that improve health outcomes and support the creation of jobs.

Briefing | 12 pages | July 2018 | Greg Sutherland, Thy Dinh | The Conference Board of Canada

The Pharmacist in Your Neighbourhood: Economic Footprint of Newfoundland and Labrador’s Community Pharmacy Sector

Using Statistics Canada’s model of the economy, this analysis estimates the economic contribution of the community pharmacy sector. Canada’s unique community pharmacy sector supplies products and services that improve health outcomes and support the creation of jobs.

Briefing | 12 pages | July 2018 | Greg Sutherland, Thy Dinh | The Conference Board of Canada

The Pharmacist in Your Neighbourhood: Economic Footprint of New Brunswick’s Community Pharmacy Sector

Using Statistics Canada’s model of the economy, this analysis estimates the economic contribution of the community pharmacy sector. Canada’s unique community pharmacy sector supplies products and services that improve health outcomes and support the creation of jobs.

Briefing | 12 pages | July 2018 | Greg Sutherland, Thy Dinh | The Conference Board of Canada

The Pharmacist in Your Neighbourhood: Economic Footprint of Manitoba’s Community Pharmacy Sector

Using Statistics Canada’s model of the economy, this analysis estimates the economic contribution of the community pharmacy sector. Canada’s unique community pharmacy sector supplies products and services that improve health outcomes and support the creation of jobs.

Briefing | 12 pages | July 2018 | Greg Sutherland, Thy Dinh | The Conference Board of Canada

The Pharmacist in Your Neighbourhood: Economic Footprint of British Columbia’s Community Pharmacy Sector

Using Statistics Canada’s model of the economy, this analysis estimates the economic contribution of the community pharmacy sector. Canada’s unique community pharmacy sector supplies products and services that improve health outcomes and support the creation of jobs.

Briefing | 12 pages | July 2018 | Greg Sutherland, Thy Dinh | The Conference Board of Canada

The Pharmacist in Your Neighbourhood: Economic Footprint of Alberta’s Community Pharmacy Sector

Using Statistics Canada’s model of the economy, this analysis estimates the economic contribution of the community pharmacy sector. Canada’s unique community pharmacy sector supplies products and services that improve health outcomes and support the creation of jobs.

Briefing | 12 pages | July 2018 | Greg Sutherland, Thy Dinh | The Conference Board of Canada

The Pharmacist in Your Neighbourhood: Economic Footprint of Saskatchewan’s Community Pharmacy Sector

Using Statistics Canada’s model of the economy, this analysis estimates the economic contribution of the community pharmacy sector. Canada’s unique community pharmacy sector supplies products and services that improve health outcomes and support the creation of jobs.

Briefing | 12 pages | July 2018 | Greg Sutherland, Thy Dinh | The Conference Board of Canada

The Pharmacist in Your Neighbourhood: Economic Footprint of Canada’s Community Pharmacy Sector

Using Statistics Canada’s model of the economy, this analysis estimates the economic contribution of the community pharmacy sector. Canada’s unique community pharmacy sector supplies products and services that improve health outcomes and support the creation of jobs.

Briefing | 11 pages | July 2018 | Greg Sutherland, Thy Dinh | The Conference Board of Canada

Value-Based Procurement of Innovative Medicines: Lessons from Five Cases

Rising health care costs are driving governments, health care professionals, insurance companies, and other stakeholders to find new ways to maintain or increase quality of care while keeping costs as manageable as possible. Value-based procurement (VBP) of innovative medicines is a promising model to achieve this.

Recorded Webinar | June 2018 | Darren Gresch | The Conference Board of Canada

The Perfect Storm: Solutions to the Growing Health Human Resource Crisis

Today in Canada there are more people aged 65 and over than there are 14 years and younger. This statistic, combined with an aging workforce, low-recruitment rates, high incidence of burnout and injury, and funding challenges, leaves Canada’s seniors care sector facing a serious health human resource crisis.

Seniors today are living at home longer, arriving at long-term care homes later, and with more complex health issues than ever before. However, with key investments to ensure retention among health care professionals, as well as a robust recruiting process will ensure that Canada is able to secure the next generation of continuing care workers.

Recorded Webinar | May 2018 | The Conference Board of Canada

Aging Well: Implications of an Aging Population for Canada’s Physiotherapists

Aging Canadians may not have access to the physiotherapy services they need. This briefing indicates that addressing the gaps in the demand for and supply of physiotherapy services is essential.

Briefing | 46 pages | May 2018 | Greg Sutherland | The Conference Board of Canada

Bien vieillir : Les conséquences du vieillissement de la population sur les services de physiothérapie

Il arrive que les aînés canadiens n’aient pas accès aux services de physiothérapie dont ils ont besoin. Ce compte rendu de recherche explique qu’il est essentiel de combler l’écart entre l’offre et la demande de services de physiothérapie.

Cette publication comprend un résumé en français, suivi d’une version anglaise du rapport intégral.

Briefing | 50 pages | May 2018 | Greg Sutherland | Le Conference Board du Canada

Ensuring Access to Innovative Therapies in Canada: Executive Roundtable Summary

This briefing discusses the executive roundtable convened by The Conference Board of Canada to look at ways to ensure affordable and sustainable access to innovative medicines for Canadians.

Briefing | 20 pages | May 2018 | Thy Dinh, Wenshan Li | The Conference Board of Canada

La sclérose en plaques en milieu de travail : pour une amélioration de l’emploi et des mesures de soutien du revenu

Le Canada a un des taux les plus élevés de sclérose en plaques (SP) du monde. Le programme de prestations de maladie actuel de l’AE est destiné aux personnes incapables de travailler pour cause de maladie, mais les personnes atteintes de SP ou d’autres incapacités épisodes se les voient apparemment refuser.

Rapport | 44 pages | April 2018 | Thy Dinh, Alexandru Dobrescu, Carole Stonebridge | Le Conference Board du Canada

La sclérose en plaques en milieu de travail : pour une amélioration de l’emploi et des mesures de soutien du revenu

Le Canada a un des taux les plus élevés de sclérose en plaques (SP) du monde. Le programme de prestations de maladie actuel de l’AE est destiné aux personnes incapables de travailler pour cause de maladie, mais les personnes atteintes de SP ou d’autres incapacités épisodes se les voient apparemment refuser.

Rapport | 44 pages | April 2018 | Thy Dinh, Alexandru Dobrescu, Carole Stonebridge | Le Conference Board du Canada

What Does Health and Safety Need to Know About Wellness?

Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) is expanding its mandate beyond traditional physical health and safety in the workplace to include a focus on psychological health and safety. This growing trend of creating a psychologically safe workplace in Canada has led to changes in OHS legislation in some provinces, with employers now being responsible for protecting employees from chronic mental stress, bullying, and harassment.

In this webinar, Dr. Bill Howatt, shares his thinking on what the employer can and should be doing to create healthier workplaces. This webinar is designed for Human Resource and OHS professionals who are looking at how they can support and protect employee mental health.

Recorded Webinar | April 2018 | The Conference Board of Canada

Multiple Sclerosis in the Workplace: Making the Case for Enhancing Employment and Income Supports

This briefing estimates the costs of expanding income support programs for Canadians living with MS and the potential economic benefit from their increased participation in the labour force.

Report | 44 pages | April 2018 | Thy Dinh, Alexandru Dobrescu, Carole Stonebridge | The Conference Board of Canada

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