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Philanthropie et innovation en santé : qu’en est-il au juste?

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Êtes-vous de ceux qui ont contribué aux 1,355 milliard $ amassés par les hôpitaux et les systèmes de soins de santé canadiens par le biais d’œuvres caritatives en 2011? Donnez-vous du temps ou de l’argent à Médecins Sans Frontières, à la Fondation des maladies du cœur ou à la Société Alzheimer? Que pensez-vous du travail […]

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The contribution of philanthropy to health innovation

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Are you one of those who contributed to the 1,355 billion dollars raised by Canadian charities for hospitals and healthcare institutions in 2011? Do you give time or money to Doctors Without Borders, the Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Alzheimer Society? What do you think about the way the Lucie and André Chagnon Foundation […]

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Le rôle de la philanthropie en santé – une entrevue avec Sylvain Lefèvre

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La philanthropie est un domaine peu étudié. Pourtant, selon Sylvain Lefèvre, « elle a une importance sociale, politique et économique qui mérite que l’on s’y intéresse ». Dans cette entrevue, ce professeur au département de stratégie, responsabilité sociale et environnementale de l’UQAM explique pourquoi on doit se mêler de philanthropie et où se trouve le […]

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Changing the rules of the game – an interview with John Cawley

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Supporting and encouraging social innovations are at the heart of the J.W. McConnell Foundation’s mission. In order to this, this Foundation – one of the largest in Canada – has developed a vision and a philosophy of its own that are exposed here by John Cawley, the Foundation’s Director of Programs and Operations. In this […]

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Philanthrocapitalism, the Gates Foundation and global health – an interview with Linsey McGoey

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Dr Linsey McGoey is a lecturer in the Department of Sociology, University of Essex. In this interview, she clarifies the concept of philanthrocapitalism and discusses how the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is reshaping the field of global health.    

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Providing access to cutting edge innovations and research – an interview with Catherine Rowe

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Did you know that the Sainte-Justine Hospital, based in Montreal, was founded thanks to philanthropic efforts? Today, this university hospital center is internationally renowned for the quality of healthcare it provides to children and the cutting edge research that takes place within its premises. Part of these research efforts and access to cutting edge innovations […]

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Why are we uncomfortable with corporate philanthropy in health?

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Corporate philanthropy in the realm of health is a persistent double-edged sword. In fact, if swords could have more than two edges the metaphor would be even more apt. Or maybe there are two double-edged swords, here: the double-edged sword of the charity’s request, and the double-edged sword of the corporate donation. Everyone likes corporate […]

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