An Aging Population, Health care and the Role of Pharmacists in Saskatchewan with a National Comparison
Tue, Apr 23, 2019
The 2019 online survey was conducted with 3,219 Canadians over 18 years of age from February 26th to March 7th, 2019. The survey found people in Saskatchewan recognize the seriousness of an ageing population and the strain it will have on the health system. The survey found this concern is held by many older residents, particularly women. The survey breaks down into 5 sections from the innovations in health care delivery to how comfortable people are with pharmacist doing to more to sustain the health system.
To see the full breakdown of the 2019 survey, click here.Return to list
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