Are you attending the Canadian Public Health Association Conference in Ottawa? Stop by our booth and say hi! Even better, join us for NCCDH presentations and workshops.
Master of Public Health (MPH) student Linda Chan reflects on her experience with the NCCDH and other members of the Ontario public health community at a preconference workshop held at the Ontario Public Health Conference (TOPHC) on April 2, 2013.
More than 60 people working in public and community health in PEI came together in Charlottetown in early April to share their passion for health equity, and to learn more about the many ways that this work is taking shape in PEI.
The National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health (NCCDH) has teamed up with the Atlantic Summer Institute on Healthy and Safe Communities (ASI) and the NB and PEI Branch of the Canadian Public Health Association to offer people in Prince Edward Island an opportunity to explore health equity ideas and opportunities.
Download our “Let’s Talk” series, a small collection of resources designed to promote discussion and understanding of how key concepts in health equity apply in public health practice.
Are you attending The Ontario Public Health Convention (TOPHC) in Toronto? Keep an eye out for our staff in the following workshops.
Spring is (nearly) here! Visit our improved list of organizations to learn more about the inspiring work of Canadian practitioners, managers, and researchers who are passionate about improving the health of all Canadians.
What do forests, the immune system and the social determinants of health have in common? They are all examples of complex adaptive systems. How is this related to health status reporting, issues of ethics, and best practices in accessing and using external data?
Starting January 21, 2013, we’ll ask the following questions: What does effective public health leadership for the social determinants of health and health equity entail? How can effective public health leadership for health equity be developed?
This January, join us for two exciting events: An online conversation for members of the Health Equity Clicks community (January 21-25) and a tweet chat with Health Nexus (January 29).
The NCCDH will moderate a discussion on Twitter using the hashtag #HealthPromoChat on January 29th from 3pm to 4pm, Eastern time.
We now have more than 55 resources in our library, each introduced with a thoughtful summary and suggested public health uses. Check out these new additions!
In October, our very own Claire Betker and Hannah Moffatt traveled to Newfoundland to meet with public health practitioners, researchers, and community leaders working to address the social determinants of health in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Reflections on the potential for the Regional Wellness Coalitions to address the social determinants of health and advance health equity in Newfoundland and Labrador
Creative Solutions to the Challenges of Health Equity and Local Population Health Status Reporting
Reflections from NCCDH knowledge exchange workshops held in Newfoundland in October 2012
5:15pm - 6:30pm, Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth Hotel [ Montréalais 2 ]
If you’re in Nova Scotia this November, join us for two days of interactive events that will bring together NCCDH Advisory Board members, local public health practitioners, community members, decision-makers, researchers, students, and educators.
Health Promotion Ontario's 25th anniversary conference was an opportunity to take stock and connect with many of the Ontario based public health leaders working to address the social determinants of health.
Health professionals and community leaders from Newfoundland and Labrador are invited to join the NL-Public Health Association and the National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health, with support from the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools , for a knowledge exchange workshop.
In the month of October, NCCDH and NCCMT will partner to host two webinars featuring popular health equity tools. A third webinar with Health Evidence will discuss evidence for improving the health of adults with limited literacy.
At our latest Learning Circle meeting, we focused on what would make the “perfect indicator” and what our experience has taught us about trying to find and integrate effective equity indicators.
The 3M Health Leadership Award honours the outstanding range of leaders who have had a significant impact on the health of their community.
The NCCDH is pleased to present an expedited rapid systematic review examining the effectiveness and impact of intersectoral action as a public health practice to advance health equity.
Today, we are pleased to launch Health Equity Clicks: Community, an online community where members can collaborate with like-minded colleagues working across Canada, ask questions in a safe space, share your work and experiences and participate in networking events
Survey from the Child and Youth Health Network for Eastern Ontario
A professional development nursing seminar now available online
Driven by a strong commitment to public health practitioners across Canada, the National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health is at an exciting juncture.