IHPME’s Audrey Laporte appointed President-elect of International Health Economics Association – signals to economic world that Institute is at the forefront of quality health economic training

January 17, 2020

The Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation is pleased to announce that Professor Audrey Laporte has been appointed President-Elect by members of one of the world’s largest and most prestigious health economics organizations, The International Health Economics Association (iHEA).… Read more about IHPME’s Audrey Laporte appointed President-elect of International Health Economics Association – signals to economic world that Institute is at the forefront of quality health economic training






The Vape Question –U of T’s tobacco policy expert Robert Schwartz breaks down the risks and regulation debate

November 7, 2019

E-cigarette use commonly known as vaping, is on the rise and it is increasingly popular among young Canadians. This growing trend is concerning to researchers like Professor Robert Schwartz of the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation in the… Read more about The Vape Question –U of T’s tobacco policy expert Robert Schwartz breaks down the risks and regulation debate


Why do we need sustainable health care? Launch of Centre for Sustainable Health Systems at U of T aims to tackle climate change through the organization and delivery of care

November 7, 2019

Climate change is happening, and it threatens our health. More than 5% of Canada’s overall carbon footprint is generated by the health care system, and for Fiona Miller, a professor at the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation (IHPME),… Read more about Why do we need sustainable health care? Launch of Centre for Sustainable Health Systems at U of T aims to tackle climate change through the organization and delivery of care