These reports describe how the Sudbury & District Health Unit gathered and synthesized evidence to prioritize and guide local public health action to reduce social inequities in health.
Our resource library contains evidence-based resources for public health practitioners working to advance health equity. Similar to Health Equity Clicks: Organizations, the library is not yet comprehensive, and will evolve over time. We will continue to ensure that additions to our resource library are relevant and evidence-informed, and your feedback is welcome. To suggest a new resource, or to learn more about our resource selection process, please contact us.
This primer introduces developmental evaluation and provides an array of tools to support its use.
This foundational health promotion document has transformed how the world thinks about health.
How do you communicate effectively about the social determinants of health? This report—the product of four years of extensive market research—answers this question in the context of the United States’ polarized political landscape.
This report, released at the International Conference on Health Promotion in 1986, serves to inspire reflection, discussion, and action.