Monthly Archives: June 2016

Time to wake up to the power of sleep optimization


How did you feel when you woke up this morning? Were you refreshed? Did you wake up full of energy ready to attack your day? Or did you wake up drowsy, tired and weary about getting out of bed? Did you hit the snooze button? Nick Hasche talks more about the power of sleep optimization here.


Patients’ views on what matters most


Patient engagement brings irreplaceable insight to patient treatment choices and research. But how do you apply this at the population level? New research published today in Research Involvement and Engagement assessed the integration of patient insights into assessment reports and Recommendations by the CADTH Canadian Drug Expert Committee. Here, co-author Sarah Berglas discusses the importance of this patient engagement at the policy-level.

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