We warmly invite you to delve into the April volume of North America Analysis, where we enjoy a multitude of insights from experts in the field from the region
We hear from David Mate, Executive Director of the Northern Canada Division, Geological Survey of Canada, who shares how the GEM-GeoNorth program uses geoscience research to improve the quality of life for Canadians.
Consult comment from the U.S. National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) about Doing More – Together – to End Cancer as We Know It by Monica Bertagnolli, M.D.
Further, Open Access Government assesses some of the U.S. Department of Justice’s work, including a look at the federal prison system. We also analyse some of Canada’s health policy priorities through the eyes of the Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos, Minister of Health.
Expert in the field Jamison Cruce, Senior Director, Government Affairs at USA Rice, details how the U.S. rice industry advocates for strong farm bill safety net programmes.
Our health focus starts with an exciting piece about back and leg pain by Hamilton Hall MD FRCSC, Executive Director, Canadian Spine Society/Back Care Canada, who also discusses how to manage the problem.
Also, Dr Gerard Sinovich, Lead Pain Specialist, provides an in-depth commentary on behalf of Cantourage Clinic concerning what we need to know about opioids and opioid dependence.
Open Access Government then takes the opportunity to look at this from the perspective of the Government of Canada, the World Health Organization and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council in Canada.
The Hon. Steven Guilbeault’s priority is to help reach Canada’s net-zero targets by 2050, as charted here by Open Access Government in our informative environment section.
Following this editorial, Fiona A. Miller, Professor & Director at the Centre for Sustainable Health Systems, University of Toronto in Canada, explores how the health sector supports Canada’s net-zero ambition.
You will enjoy this packed edition of absorbing content and join us for many more in the future.