Sane truths in Crazy Town: What Rob Ford’s story offers politics, science and journalism

A new book about Toronto’s (in)famous mayor reveals a great deal more than just a story of man known more

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Evaluation, Evidence and Moving Beyond the Tyranny of ‘I Think’

Good evidence provides a foundation for decision-making in programs that is dispassionate, comparable and open to debate and view, yet

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The Importance of Journalism to Public Health: 10 Years After SARS How Are We Doing?

If a health scare manifested itself in the world and there were no journalists to cover the story, what would

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The Fourth Estate of Health and Medicine

Journalists occupy an important, yet often unacknowledged, role in the health system by providing a dispassionate account of the system’s

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Evaluating Social Innovation For Social Impact

Earlier this week I has the pleasure of attending talks from Bryan Boyer from the Helsinki Design Lab and learning

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