Stories from the Frontlines of Providing Health Care: AstraZeneca's Canada Frontline Health Program

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Stories from the Frontlines of Providing Health Care: AstraZeneca's Canada Frontline Health Program

Stories From the Frontlines

At AstraZeneca Canada, we want the work we're doing in Frontline Health to extend beyond the research, knowledge transfer, and corporate support that form its core. We draw on inspiration from the stories of innovation and commitment we have found on the frontlines and we want to share them with Canadians everywhere. To do this, we've assembled a team of award-winning audio and photo journalists to record and tell the stories.

The Frontline Health Story Project brings together for the first time, the stories of health practitioners working on and thinking about the frontlines. This collection of stories is intended as a resource of inspiration and ideas for other health professionals, for young people imagining a career in medicine, and for Canadians everywhere who want to better understand the problems of access to health services on the frontlines.

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Addressing Frontline Healthcare Concerns - With A Laundromat
These stories and images form a narrative map of the people, organizations and communities that make up the frontlines of health in Canada. Click here to view the map
Nov 14, 2010 5:52 PM ET
Helping adolescents conquer addiction
These stories and images form a narrative map of the people, organizations and communities that make up the frontlines of health in Canada. Click here to view the map
Nov 11, 2010 10:09 AM ET
How was this small town of Kelowna in Canada suppossed to help the homeless access healthcare? It would take two simple decisions; to work collaboratively and to focus on one individual at a time creates a culture shift on the frontlines.
These stories and images form a narrative map of the people, organizations and communities that make up the frontlines of health in Canada. Click here to view the map
Nov 9, 2010 8:51 AM ET
Canadian Aboriginals face numerous social, political and historical barriers to education. So how do you prepare Aboriginal students for university and how do you make sure their studies are successful?
These stories and images form a narrative map of the people, organizations and communities that make up the frontlines of health in Canada. Click here to view the map
Nov 8, 2010 10:45 AM ET
Building a Community Health Centre One Square Foot at a Time: The tough task of keeping health professionals in an area that's economically depressed.
These stories and images form a narrative map of the people, organizations and communities that make up the frontlines of health in Canada. Click here to view the map
Nov 4, 2010 3:12 PM ET