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    Enhancing health promotion and disease prevention in networked primary care

    Health systems are moving away from traditional primary care (e.g., by increasingly shifting to group practice and interprofessional teams rather than solo practice primary-care providers), which is often siloed and results in barriers to timely access to care.(1) The Ministry of Health of British Columb...

    Fostering K-12 students' global competencies

    The environment in which children are growing up today is very different than that of previous generations. There has been tremendous innovation in how society operates, with the rapid expansion of technology, globalization of businesses, new careers and opportunities, and increasingly diverse communitie...

    Supporting professional learning approaches to foster global competencies in K-12 education

    Education is key to equipping individuals with the necessary skills to meaningfully contribute to society.(1) Rapid developments in technology, workforce changes and the effects of globalization mean that societies are evolving at a faster than ever pace. Responsive education systems are needed to proper...

    Economic Analyses of policies to reduce cervical cancer

    The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (hereafter referred to as the Partnership) completed an environmental scan in 2018 of cervical cancer screening in Canada.(6) The scan found that organized cervical cancer screening programs are available in most provinces, with the exception of Quebec.(6) Organize...