35th Annual CHSPR Health Policy Conference: Value Judgements: Focusing on Patients’ Health and Health Care Outcomes

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The movement to increase value from health care is gaining momentum and related initiatives are flourishing. For many, value from health care means measuring patients’ health relative to the costs incurred to achieve their outcomes. However, this concept over-simplifies the complex processes of generating or maintaining health. Focusing on patients’ health and health care outcomes […]

CHSPR Seminar | Introducing Indigenist Critical Policy Analysis

School of Population and Public Health (SPPH) 2206 East Mall, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Speaker: Natalie Bryant, Australian National University Register for in-person or virtual attendance: https://ubc.zoom.us/meeting/register/u5UudeiprTwqG9YbIVs8shquvZzGlRVSLJ6W The question of how public policies are assessed in relation to the needs of Australian Indigenous people is a challenging one. How should success or failure be judged? Indigenist Critical Policy Analysis (ICPA) is a possible solution to this challenge. Grounded in the […]