This blog post is part of a series on an anti-racism initiative at the NCCDH. The post is a personal reflection authored by an NCCDH staff member and is focused on her experiences of racism as a Black woman, intersections between settler colonialism and colonialism experienced elsewhere and reflections on relationships with Indigeneity.
In this blog post by epidemiologist Brianne Wood, the author discusses the use of data to shape practice at the Thunder Bay District Health Unit and the North West Local Health Integration Network, where she works.
NCCDH Knowledge Translation Specialist Teri Emrich spoke to public health organizations in the Maritime provinces who released health inequities reports in recent years to hear how they have been making use of the data.
In this blog post, NCCDH Knowledge Translation Specialist Dianne Oickle introduces the goals of the NCCDH’s recent product package focusing on public health action on housing insecurity.
In this blog post, population health promoter Cora Janzen (Saskatchewan Health Authority) discusses how healthy built environments and health equity intersect in Saskatoon’s poverty-reduction strategy and use of lived experience in her health authority’s work