Upstream and Saskatoon Health Region’s Population and Public Health group detail the results of a HEIA they conducted on the City of Saskatoon’s recently released growth plan. Growing healthier offers 13 recommendations for direct action that will enhance Saskatoon’s community health and well-being.
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This edited book explores the connection between oppression and health. The various chapters investigate how systemic forces influence health, framing social oppression as the fundamental cause of health inequities.
This action guide is the culmination of a National Quality Forum project in the U.S. which used a multi-stakeholder collaborative process to develop a common framework and practical guidance for improving population health.
Doctors for Health Equity. The role of the World Medical Association, national medical associations and doctors in addressing the social determinants of health and health equity
The aim of this report is to contribute to Professor Sir Michael Marmot’s Presidency of the World Medical Association and to support the WMA’s Declaration of Oslo on the Social Determinants of Health.
This report presents data revealing the unequal distribution of social determinants and health status in New Brunswick. It “is meant to stimulate individual and collective interest and facilitate conversations to address this important issue which affects all New Brunswickers…” (p. 5)