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A report of the National Advisory Committee on SARS and Public Health October 2003

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Learning from SARS - Renewal of Public Health in Canada (PDF Document - 1.18 MB - 234 pages)

Table Of Contents


The members* of the National Advisory Committee on SARS and Public Health were:

  • Dr. David Naylor, Dean of Medicine at the University of Toronto (Chair)
  • Dr. Sheela Basrur, Medical Officer of Health, City of Toronto
  • Dr. Michel G. Bergeron, Chairman of the Division of Microbiology and of the Infectious Diseases Research Centre of Laval University, Quebec City
  • Dr. Robert C. Brunham, Medical Director of the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control, Vancouver
  • Dr. David Butler-Jones, Medical Health Officer for Sun Country, and Consulting Medical Health Officer for Saskatoon Health Regions, Regina
  • Gerald Dafoe, Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Public Health Association, Ottawa
  • Dr. Mary Ferguson-Paré, Vice-President, Professional Affairs and Chief Nurse Executive at University Health Network, Toronto
  • Frank Lussing, Past President and CEO of York Central Hospital, Richmond Hill
  • Dr. Allison McGeer, Director of Infection Control, Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto
  • Kaaren R. Neufeld, Executive Director and Chief Nursing Officer at St. Boniface Hospital, Winnipeg
  • Dr. Frank Plummer, Scientific Director of the Health Canada National Microbiology Laboratory, Winnipeg (ex officio)

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© Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, 2003
Cat. H21-220/2003E
ISBN: 0-662-34984-9
Publication Number: 1210 Learning from SARS: Renewal of Public Health in Canada


*The Committee was materially assisted through corresponding members of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization.