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In Canada today, there is an acute shortage of researchers trained to deal with health law and policy challenges. In response to this, the Canadian Institutes of Health Research have sponsored the CIHR Training Program in Health Law and Policy for graduate students at the University of Alberta, Dalhousie University, and the University of Toronto. This program seeks to address this shortage and deliver a new generation of health law and policy researchers who are trained to embrace a variety of disciplines and ensure that our regulatory and governance capacity matches our scientific capacity.

 

“Your program [CIHR Training Program in Health Law & Policy] is impressive for both its geographical and disciplinary breadth, and for the excellence of the mentors involved. I am sure that you will have no difficulty in attracting able and motivated students, and that the work of my department will benefit from the future contributions of graduates from the Program.”

The Honourable A. Anne McLellan
Minister of Health
Government of Canada

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