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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.

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.

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.

Public health leadership development in Canada

This report, a joint project of the National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health and the Community Health Nurses of Canada, investigated leadership development opportunities to build capacity for health equity work among public health nurses. It consists of a literature scan and survey of community health nurses in leadership positions.

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