• Publications
  • Influence
lraq's health system yet to heal from ravages of war
  • P. Webster
  • Medicine, Political Science
  • The Lancet
  • 3 September 2011
The rise of open-source electronic health records
The Challenge of Sustainability at the Farm Level: Presidential Address
The sustainability of farming systems is currently under debate. There is concern that technological and other changes have long‐run consequences, which may compromise future levels of desiredExpand
Should Farmers Invest in Financial Assets as a Risk Management Strategy? Some Evidence from New Zealand
This study explores the potential for risk reduction by New Zealand farmers through the diversification of their farm asset portfolios to include financial investments such as ordinary industrialExpand
Exposure to Flame Retardants On the Rise
TOXICOLOGYTORONTO-- Concentrations of a potentially toxic class of substances used in flame retardants are three times higher in women's breast milk in Canada than in the U.K. and Germany, althoughExpand
Virtual health care in the era of COVID-19
Canada and COVID-19: learning from SARS
  • P. Webster
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • The Lancet
  • 19 March 2020
Reconstruction efforts in Iraq failing health care
6 years after the invasion of Iraq, amid continuing violence, the country's health system, devoid of staff and facilities, is struggling to cope with the needs of the population .
Suicide rates in Russia on the increase
Poultry, politics, and antibiotic resistance
A growing body of data suggests that the clinical use of cephalosporins in human beings is under threat because of their widespread use in the poultry industry. Paul Webster reports.