A briefing note is a concise representation of the facts regarding an issue. A briefing note should succinctly describe the issue, background information, key current considerations, options to address the issue, a variety of possible actions and one recommended actions. In practice, briefing notes can inform decision-makers and therefore it is critical that the facts capture all the salient information for decision-making. Writing a briefing note can be challenging because you are condensing complex issues into a brief format, yet this is an important skill to develop. You are asked to develop a briefing note that includes the following headings: Identify the issue: Wait times for Health Care in Canada Background: What led to this issue? What are the key events in the history of this issue? Stakeholders should be considered to understand issue impact and potential action (15 marks) Issue: Define and detail the current issue. Explain why you think this issue is of importance. (15 marks) Analysis: Identify, present and assess alternatives to address the problem. Relevant health care system factors, ethical and legal considerations should all be outlined, where appropriate (20 marks) Recommendation: Recommend actions and one preferred alternative with rationale. (10 marks) Academic quality, including references (10 marks)
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