10 health stories that mattered this week - 2014-10-17

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F0.png 10 health stories that mattered this week October 17, 2014, Roger Collier, Canadian Medical Association Journal

Several Alberta Health Services' employees complained about being pressured to attend seminars by Landmark Education Corp., a self-improvement company that has been accused of using coercive and manipulative methods. Internal documents obtained by CBC News indicate one human resources advisor warned that making employees attend the controversial seminars could be "seen as a form of harassment."


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