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Collective impact and public health: An old/new approach - Stories of two Canadian initiatives

A groundswell of interest has emerged recently in using collective impact (CI) to tackle entrenched social problems. This blended case story describes two CI initiatives in which public health is significantly involved: London Ontario’s Child & Youth Network and The Child & Youth Health Network on Vancouver Island.

Learning from Practice: Advocacy for health equity - Environmental racism

This paper highlights the experience of the Nova Scotia-based Environmental Noxiousness, Racial Inequities and Community Health (ENRICH) project in advocating against environmental racism that impacts Mi’kmaw and African-Canadian communities.

Learning from Practice: Advocacy for health equity - Food security

This paper discusses advocacy for food security based on the experiences of the Ontario Association of Public Health Nutrition Professionals and Food Secure Canada. It highlights the application of a range of public health advocacy roles.

Toward health equity: Practical actions for public health inspectors

A framework and user guide have been developed for environmental public health staff, and other public health agencies or departments that deal with environmental health issues, to help identify potential actions on the social determinants of health and health equity.

Public health speaks: Intersectionality 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.

Multiple actors bringing diverse knowledge to improve health equity: Dialogue proceedings

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?”

Review summary: Community engagement to reduce inequalities in health

Community engagement is central to understanding and addressing health inequalities. This document summarizes the findings of a multi-method systematic review on community engagement and presents implications for public health research and practice in Canada.

Let’s Talk: Advocacy and health equity

The latest addition to the NCCDH’s “Let’s Talk” series discusses advocacy within public health. Attention is brought to the shift towards advocacy in upstream policy and structural change. Discussion questions are included to help public health staff examine their work.

Equity-integrated population health status reporting: Action framework

This resource presents an accessible action framework for those directly engaged in creating community health status reports, as well as those interested in learning how to use population health status reporting to drive action to improve health equity.

Communicating the social determinants of health: Income Inequality and Health

This document applies common messaging guidelines to the challenge of communicating the connection between income inequality and health inequality. The guidelines were published by the Canadian Council on the Social Determinants of Health.

Learning to work differently: implementing Ontario’s Social Determinants of Health Public Health Nurse Initiative

This case study explores the development and implementation of social determinant of health public health nurse (SDH PHN) positions across Ontario’s 36 public health agencies. The report explores the supports and barriers to implementing equity-focused positions to improve public health organization capacity to act on SDH and advance health equity. This is one of a series of case studies about leadership for health equity.

Learning from practice:  Equity in influenza Prevention in Saskatoon

This is the story of Saskatoon Health Region’s (SHR) work to improve immunization rates and reduce the spread of influenza in Saskatoon’s six core neighbourhoods. SHR’s existing strong socio-economic and health disparities data made it possible to prioritize these core neighbourhoods for H1N1 vaccination programs.

Learning from practice:  Equity in influenza prevention in Manitoba

This story describes how Manitoba Health, Healthy Living and Seniors prioritized Aboriginal peoples in its response to the 2009-10 H1N1 influenza pandemic, and used this experience to further develop influenza prevention and immunization equity measures.

Public health speaks: Intersectoral action for health equity

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.

Boosting momentum: Applying knowledge to advance health equity - 2014 Environmental scan

This report is a follow-up to the NCCDH’s 2010 environmental scan, Integrating social determinants of health and health equity into Canadian public health practice. It is based on a literature review, focus groups and key informants, and identifies ways that the context and practice of health equity work in the public health domain have changed since 2010.

Let's Talk: Moving upstream

This condensed guide describes how public health works at three levels—downstream, midstream, and upstream—to improve everyone’s chance for good health. It provides definitions, examples and strategies to help practitioners and decision makers think about, and work with, the upstream determinants of health.

Let's Talk: Populations and the power of language

This condensed guide was designed to help individual practitioners, teams and organizations be more intentional about the language we use to describe populations, so that our words empower people and communities.

Let's Talk: Universal and targeted approaches to health equity

Research indicates that interventions designed to close the gap between the most and least healthy can unwittingly result in a wider gap. This resource is a condensed guide to the differences, strengths and challenges of targeted, proportionate and universal approaches to improving health equity.

Let's Talk: Health equity

What is the difference between health inequality, health inequity, and health equity? This document explores the concept of health equity and how it applies to public health practice.

What are the social determinants of health?

This factsheet provides background information on the social determinants of health.

Environmental scan of school readiness for health

This review of the literature describes school readiness from a health and early child development perspective.

Public health observatories: Learning from our world neighbours

This report describes Canadian experiences in attending the “Health Observatories: Learning from Our World Neighbours, 2008” meetings hosted by the London Public Health Observatories.

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