is a CMAJ Associate Editor and a professor of primary care in Northern Ireland, UK
My programmed response is always to jump to the defence of primary care, but a report entitled “” that was recently published by the , a public policy think tank in Melbourne, Australia, raises interesting challenges.
It was written by Jo Wright, Hal Swerissen, a health policy expert from LaTrobe University in Australia, and Stephen Duckett, an economist who will be known to many Canadians from his time in Alberta. It is critical and challenging but behind the headlines there are some constructive ideas. ...continue reading