File B2011-0010/065(02) - Non-scientific presentations [1 of 2]

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UTA 1590-6-B2011-0010/065(02)

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Non-scientific presentations [1 of 2]

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(1927-2011)

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  • Stubenbord lecture, “Health, health care and public policy” 27 Oct 1980
  • Presentation to the International Medical Symposium, Edmonton, “Future developments in health policies and health care and their impact on medical education” 22-24 Sept 1980
  • Presentation to the Canadian Association of Physicists, “The relationship between university research and development and the socio-economic stability of Canada” 17 June 1980
  • Talk to “Research Issues in Aging” guild Inn, Scarborough, “The Impact of medical research on health Care of the aged” 25 March 1980
  • Presentation to the General Motors meeting, Toronto, 21 March 1980
  • Manuscripts prepared from Dr. Mustard’s speech to the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons/Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada meeting – Sydney, Australia, “Medical research – the basis of health care – how much can we afford?” Feb 1980

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