Making Canada a leader in health care, again

You’re invited to the next Café Scientifque: Making Canada a leader in health care, again. Our health care system is a Canadian legacy. However, many Canadians are worried that we are falling behind compared to other countries. Research institutes are working to improve patient care, but are being met by substantial barriers to funding. Hear a panel of experts discuss these challenges and how to better support health research and innovation.

Date: Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Time: 7 to 9 pm
Location: Windermere Manor (The Grand Hall), 200 Collip Circle, London, Ontario


“Moving from research to practice: Understanding urgency and time”
Dr. Cheryl Forchuk

“Staged innovation in orthopaedics: Is it better?”
Dr. Matthew Teeter

“Personalized medicine for all Canadians: Vision, partnerships and targeted investment”
Dr. Richard Kim

MODERATOR – Dr. David Hill

Free community event hosted by Lawson Health Research Institute.

Please note that registration for this event is now full. RSVP to be added to the waiting list: 519-685-8500 x75664 or


Through an open-forum discussion in a casual setting, Café Scientifique events address health-related issues. Guests can then ask questions, participate in discussion, and gain insights from the speakers, as well as from one another.