Health Canada has asked the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences (CAHS) to provide policy makers with possible pathways to address needs and gaps as they consider the development of collaborative and comprehensive strategies to deal with HHR at all levels of government.
Better Planning, Better Care and Better Work through Better Data
“This book excels in exploring all dimensions of gender parity and the barriers women face to entry, progression, and leadership… The authors have excelled in selecting women who are change agents and drivers in global health, particularly those from marginalized or diverse groups… The authors are exceptionally well informed and keep abreast of the latest thinking in the field with current statistics on the world workforce…This is a high-quality book with an important message, ‘a rallying call to arms to redress gender inequality and celebrate ways in which women are taking the lead in supporting health in their communities internationally’.”
- Doody Enterprises
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