We invite you to our 2023 Annual General Meeting on Saturday, June 10 at 1:00 pm!
With the provincial election behind us, this year's AGM will be an important opportunity for us to gather and discuss what comes next for health care. Join Friends of Medicare and our panel of experts as they share where the future of public health care in Alberta needs to go, followed by the usual AGM business.
The AGM is free and open to the public, but only members in good standing of Friends of Medicare will be able to run for positions on our board, vote, and participate in the discussion. Get your membership or renew for 2023 at www.friendsofmedicare.org/donate
Elections will be held for two Board of Directors positions for the upcoming year. Nominations may be accepted in writing by mail to 601-12323 Stony Plain Rd NW, T5N3Y5 or by email to [email protected].
Rebecca is a research manager for Parkland Institute. She completed her undergraduate and doctoral studies at Queen’s University Belfast, exploring the role of memory and commemoration in post-conflict transition. She has previously worked with the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland and Edmonton City Council, and has held post-doctoral research fellowships at Memorial University Newfoundland and the University of Alberta. Her work with Parkland Institute often focuses on health care privatization and short-staffing, and the impact on Alberta's health care and seniors' care systems.
Andrew is a health policy researcher, political economist, and PhD candidate in the Department of Geography at Simon Fraser University. He is a research associate with the BC Office of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, and has published numerous reports, including Reducing Surgical Wait Times: The Case for Public Innovation and Provincial Leadership (co-authored with Marcy Cohen and Margaret McGregor, 2016) and The Concerning Rise of Corporate Medicine (2022). He is a frequent commentator on health policy issues in regional and national media.Posted by on ,