This paper identifies eight common priorities of public health stakeholders who are working to improve the social determinants of health and health equity.
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We also have several curated resource library lists available:
- "Foundational documents in health equity: a curated reading list"
- “Curated reading list: Intersectoral collaboration to address health equity"
- “Key public health resources for advocacy and health equity: A curated list”
This discussion paper presents key economic arguments that support the call to re-think how we distribute health care dollars, concluding that a shift towards the upstream determinants of health is warranted on the basis of economics, as well as social justice values.
This paper highlights the experience of Hamilton Public Health in advocating for the social determinants of health and health equity.
Public health practitioners and researchers discuss the application of intersectionality in social determinants of health and health equity practice, policy and research.
These proceedings summarize an open space forum held in Quebec City in 2015. The event explored the question: “What are the opportunities to reduce social inequities in health if we bring together knowledge gathered from experience, intervention, research, and decision-making?”