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Equity in case-based funding: a case study of meanings and messages in hospital funding policy
Analyzes stakeholder perceptions of recent “case based” funding reforms in Alberta and Ontario hospitals as a financial incentive to promote the policy goals of “equity” and “efficiency”.
Published: 1996
The devil in the details: some conclusions about how funding changes translate into financial incentives in the Canadian health
Argues that contextual factors highly determine how individuals and organizations interpret, feel motivated by, and act in response to funding arrangements.
Published: 1996
Drug company money: to accept or not to accept? Is that the question?
Discusses and debates the funding of women's health groups by drug companies. Presents arguemtns for both sides. (See Details)
Published: 1997
Lifting the veil of secrecy: corporate support for health and environmental professional organizations, charities, and industry
Provides a listing of corporate support, and potential influence on, American organizations concerned about science, health, and the environment. (See Details)
Published: 2003
Marching to different drummers: health advocacy groups in Canada and funding from the pharmaceutical industry
Explores drug company funding of health and disease advocacy groups. Argues that it creates a conflict of interest that needs to be recognized and addressed. (See Details)
Published: 2005
Government Response to the Third Report of the Standing Committee of the Status of Women. Funding Through the Women's Program: W
Presents the federal government's response to the third report of the Standing Committee on the Status of Women, Funding through the Women's Program: Women's Groups Speak Outtabled in the House of Commons on May 20, 2005. (See Details)
Published: 2005
Putting their money where their heart is
Examines the issue of heart disease in women, in particular the Heart and Stroke annual scolding. Argues that insulting materials will not motivate and get the feminist community involved in lobbying. (See Details)
Published: 1999
Drug company funding dominates non-profit organizations, report finds
Provides highlights of a Women and Health Protection report that describes the ways in which drug companies provide funding for health advocacy groups. (See Details)
Published: 2006
Where have all the nurses gone?

This article discusses changes in nurses training and new hospital management strategies. Illustrates how the work environment for nurses has transformed and introduces the controversy of technology vs hands-on care.  

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Published: 1988
Visioning - the Canadian Women's Health Network: sharing information is essential

This article is intended to stimulate discussion about the need for building a Canadian Women's Health Network. 


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Published: 1992