Recognizing that our traditional models to pandemic preparedness have failed to imagine the risk and broad societal impact of biological threats, McMaster University sought support to establish a new way forward.
With an urgent need to integrate and improve public health efforts across the Gulf region—an imperative amplified by the COVID-19 pandemic—the Gulf Health Council (GHC) engaged Shift Health to develop a foundational strategic, operating and implementation plan for the Gulf Centre for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Saudi government sought to establish a national public health agency as a critical component of its efforts to transform the country’s entire health system.
In the face of constrained R&D budgets, a top-5 pharmaceutical company needed support to develop a transformative, corporate-wide strategy to assess and secure external funding.
The Alzheimer Society of Canada—the national body of a federation of dozens of provincial societies and regional chapters—needed a strategy to deliver a newly-approved mandate.
The University of Saskatchewan engaged Shift Health to develop a strategic plan that would tell an authentic story, inspire diverse communities and provide an accessible and engaging means to understanding the institution.
MaRS Innovation (now called Toronto Innovation Acceleration Partners – TIAP) sought to develop a novel approach to investing in research breakthroughs and bringing them to market.