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Major prizes, such as the Gairdner or the Nobel, are one of the indicators of how well we’re doing in health and biomedical research in Canada. In this podcast, Dr. David Naylor analyzes why there has been a decline in the number of Canadians winning major health research prizes. Dr. David Naylor is professor of medicine and former president of the University of Toronto. He has a longstanding interest in science policy and Canada’s relative performance. He co-wrote an analysis article published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal with co-author Dr. Robert Redelmeier. Full analysis article (subscription required): www.cmaj.ca/lookup/doi/10.1503/cmaj.181056 ----------------------------------- This podcast episode is brought to you by Audi Canada. The Canadian Medical Association has partnered with Audi Canada to offer CMA members a preferred incentive on select vehicle models. Purchase any new qualifying Audi model and receive an additional cash incentive based on the purchase type. Details of the incentive program can be found at www.audiprofessional.ca. ----------------------------------- Subscribe to CMAJ Podcasts on Apple Podcasts, iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Overcast, Instacast, or your favourite aggregator. You can also follow us directly on our SoundCloud page or you can visit www.cmaj.ca/page/multimedia/podcasts.

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