A simple and yet often ignored resource for solving problems are our younger generations. Many of today's problems might be mitigated with their insight. That's what our northern neighbors are tapping into to see if the future can help solve healthcare problems of today in Canada. More specifically an international firm Agfa is offering students at either Conestoga College or the University of Waterloo to apply knowledge from the classroom in a one-of-a-kind competition that focuses on tackling current issues related to healthcare in Canada. Many times we all say having an outsider look in is a great way of gaining new perspectives on recurring or difficult issues.
What a great opportunity for these students. Perhaps the U.S. could do the same and gain some insight from our student body - as long as they can take a moment and put down the remote, the cell phone, and the Big Mac.