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Health-care funding in Canada: SFU experts available
Canada’s premiers have called on the federal government to increase the amount of funding it provides to provinces for health care. The Council of the Federation, made up of the premiers of each province and territory, continues to meet today in Victoria. SFU experts are available to talk about health-care funding, policies and needs.
AVAILABLE SFU EXPERTS
ANDREW LONGHURST, health policy researcher, geography | email@example.com
Expertise: health-care policymaking, political and economic geographies of health care reform in Canada and internationally, primary care, public health care
LYANA PATRICK, assistant professor, health sciences | firstname.lastname@example.org
Expertise: urban Indigenous health needs and issues, impacts of COVID-19, racism in the health care system
KAREN PALMER, adjunct professor, health sciences | email@example.com
Expertise: public health care, health-care spending, comparative health-care financing and delivery systems, policies and reforms
STEWART PREST, lecturer, political sciences | firstname.lastname@example.org
Expertise: expertise 1, expertise 2, expertise 3, expertise 4.
MATT KIELTYKA, SFU Communications & Marketing
236.880.2187 | email@example.com
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