An awakening to systemic racism and harmful colonial structures in the context of a pandemic has made health inequities and injustices impossible to ignore and is driving healthcare organizations to strengthen approaches to inclusion, diversity, equity and accessibility (IDEA). If these efforts are to succeed, we must redefine the competencies that define leadership.
When Decision Meets Precision: Evolving Health Technology Assessments for the Evaluation of Precision Oncology Therapeutics
Expert co-authors examine the opportunity to evolve current HTA approaches for the evaluation of precision oncology therapeutics by extending the window for evidence generation and decision-making to the full lifecycle of a technology.
Despite the growing body of evidence, our understanding of barriers to healthcare encountered by individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) remains limited, particularly beyond childhood and outside higher resource countries (HRCs).
Invigorating the Biopharmaceutical Sector’s Contribution to Canada’s Health Research and Innovation Ecosystem
Research Canada, in partnership with Shift Health, recently convened an Expert Advisory Panel to conduct an independent study examining the role of the biopharmaceutical industry within Canada’s health research and innovation ecosystem.
Our recently published Health Intelligence report, “Maximizing the Value of Cannabis-Based Pharmaceuticals,” examines how innovators can maximize the value of cannabis-based pharmaceuticals for patients, prescribers and payers.
Webinar Report & Recording: “Embedding Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Accessibility (IDEA) in Research-Intensive Organizations”
Building on our recently published Health Intelligence report on inclusion, diversity, equity and accessibility (IDEA), we convened an exceptional panel of leaders for a webinar to discuss embedding IDEA in research-intensive organizations.
Longwoods Publication: “Fostering Clinical Research in the Community Hospital: Opportunities and Best Practices”
As we explore in our Longwoods publication, clinical research can better position community hospitals to test and adopt cutting-edge products, and increase the cost-effectiveness and quality of care.
For research-intensive organizations, COVID-19 and our collective awakening to the insidious realities of racism have exposed the limitations of accepted approaches to inclusion, diversity, equity and accessibility.
We convened a virtual roundtable in collaboration with Life Sciences Ontario (LSO), featuring a diverse panel of leaders, on what COVID-19 is teaching us and how we can prepare our health research and innovation ecosystem for a resilient, productive and impactful future.