DNDi North America submits brief to the Canadian Standing Committee on Health (HESA) Study on Federally Funded Health Research

October 2018

To help inform the Canadian government’s approach to biomedical innovation, particularly as relates to innovations of public health importance, DNDi has submitted a contribution providing concrete evidence of DNDi’s experience implementing needs-driven, open, collaborative R&D. The contribution recommends a series of progressive policy steps Canada can support to re-orient the global biomedical R&D system so that it (1) prioritizes patient and public health needs; (2) is sustainably financed; and (3) incorporates global norms that will enable the discovery, development, and delivery of and equitable access to innovations of public health importance.


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