In this video, public health decision-makers and researchers share their reflections on what effective public health leadership looks like: leadership that can advance the equitable distribution of health through interventions related to the social determinants.
This story about leadership at Western Health in Newfoundland is one of a series of case studies about leadership for health equity. This case explores the structures and processes the health authority put in place to support intersectoral action and community engagement for health equity.
In this video, Canadian public health practitioners and researchers reflect on what competencies public health staff require to work effectively on creating a more equal society, and on how public health organizations can support the use of competencies.
In this video, public health decision-makers and researchers discuss the necessity to work across sectors and organizations to improve the social and economic factors that affect the distribution of health.
Fostering health through healing: engaging the community to create a poverty reduction strategy in Nunavut
This story is about Nunavut’s highly collaborative approach to poverty reduction, and is part of an NCCDH series about leadership for health equity. It discusses the roots of poverty in the territory, and how government and community organizations set out together to build health through poverty reduction.