Analysis and Examination of Women’s Health in Rural Canada Because the healthcare system in Canada is funded by the government with the presumption that every citizen is appointed equal care, many assume that equal care is akin to equality. This is not always the case. In many instances, certain factions of people are either overlooked or underrepresented in the doling out of services. One such faction is women who reside in rural settings. In recent years, however, the healthcare system began to take notice of this population, and is now undertaking extensive research into the particular needs of this often-ignored segment. From this research initiative, eight priorities and determinants and policy recommendations that would help...The end:
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