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Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Health Innovation Challenge launched today

We’re putting the next generation of leaders in health to the test with our third annual Health Innovation Challenge. The Challenge launches today, and we’re asking students to identify innovative policies or practices in Canadian health care and let us know why the innovations are working and how they could benefit the whole country.

Competing students will prepare a written submission of up to 2,500 words answering one of these questions:

Health Policy

How are innovations in public policy having a positive impact on health care in Canada or abroad? Describe a ground-breaking public policy initiative that is changing practices, outcomes or perceptions of health care.


Health Practice

How are new practices having a positive impact on the delivery of health care in Canada or abroad? Describe leading edge research, technology or processes that are changing practices or outcomes of health care.

Winners will get $1,000 and a chance to apply for a paid internship at the Health Council of Canada office in Toronto.

For all the details and to find out how to enter, check out the contest Facebook page at

Key Words: Health Council of Canada, Innovative Practices

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