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On knowledge and racism: How do we know what we know?

In this blog post, Senior Knowledge Translation Specialist Sume Ndumbe-Eyoh shares key messages from two articles on racism, knowledge production and research.

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Investing in Families: Building resilience to address mental health inequities

This blog post highlights an interdivisional resiliency project presented by Public Health Nurse Linh Nguyen (Toronto Public Health, pictured above) at the 2019 Community Health Nurses of Canada (CHNC) Conference in Saint John, New Brunswick. Contributors to this post also include Patricia Stevens, health promotion specialist, and Nicolette Slovitt, child health and development manager at Toronto Public Health.

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Why is a white woman like me talking about racism and partnerships?

In this blog post, Knowledge Translation Specialist Dianne Oickle reflects on her experiences as a white woman moderating a workshop on racism in public health partnerships.

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Moving forward in the midst of public health reform

In this blog post, author Charlotte Riordon, a recent graduate of St. Francis Xavier University’s Rankin School of Nursing, discusses the background and findings of her honours research project examining public health reform in Canada.

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