André Picard named CIBC scholar-in-residence

Globe and Mail public health reporter André Picard has been named the Conference Board of Canada’s CIBC scholar-in-residence.

The program, which has been funding the work of big Canadian thinkers since 2005, is designed to enable scholarly research on Canadian issues.

As you may have guessed, Picard will examine health care and has chosen the topic “The Path to Health Care Reform: Policy and Politics.” He’ll give a public lecture in May and publish a book by fall.

Globe and Mail public health reporter André Picard has been named the Conference Board of Canada’s CIBC scholar-in-residence.

The program, which has been funding the work of big Canadian thinkers since 2005, is designed to enable scholarly research on Canadian issues.

As you may have guessed, Picard will examine health care and has chosen the topic “The Path to Health Care Reform: Policy and Politics.” He’ll give a public lecture in May and publish a book by fall.

For more, check out The Globe and Mail article.

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