Sep. 15, 2015
Lawson Health Research Institute presents a Café Scientifique Event
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.
At Lawson’s Café Scientifique event tomorrow evening, a panel of three Lawson researchers will discuss these challenges and how we can better support health research and innovation. Following the talks is an open-forum discussion where guests can ask questions, participate in discussion, and gain insights from the speakers, as well as from one another.
Members of the media are invited to attend this free, sold-out community event. A number of political candidates from London and area federal electoral ridings will be in attendance.
WHAT: Lawson Health Research Institute presents: “Making Canada a leader in health care, again,” a Café Scientifique event
- Dr. Matthew Teeter - “Staged innovation in orthopaedics: Is it better?”
- Dr. Cheryl Forchuk - “Moving from research to practice: Understanding urgency and time”
- Dr. Richard Kim- “Personalized medicine for all Canadians: Vision, partnerships and targeted investment”
- Dr. David Hill – Moderator
Wednesday, September 16, 2015 from 7:00 – 9:00 pm
7:10 p.m. Speaker Presentations
7:45 p.m. Break
8:00 p.m. Discussion
The Grand Hall, Windermere Manor, 200 Collip Circle, N6G 4X8
Lawson Health Research Institute. As the research institute of London Health Sciences Centre and St. Joseph's Health Care London, and working in partnership with Western University, Lawson Health Research Institute is committed to furthering scientific knowledge to advance health care around the world. www.lawsonresearch.com