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.
In this blog post, Knowledge Translation Specialist Dianne Oickle discusses what to consider for multisectoral and relational work to address early childhood health inequities in Canada.
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.
In this blog post, I unpack some of the concepts discussed in a recent NCCDH-hosted webinar on Indigenous health promotion, tying them to ideas brought up in a workshop on Indigenous cultural safety at TOPHC 2018. I am a White settler who lives and works in Waterloo, Ontario, on the Haldimand Tract, the traditional territory of the Neutral, Anishnaabeg and Haudenosauonee peoples.