This report presents data revealing the unequal distribution of social determinants and health status in New Brunswick. It “is meant to stimulate individual and collective interest and facilitate conversations to address this important issue which affects all New Brunswickers…” (p. 5)
The Canadian Index of Wellbeing’s second report presents statistical trends, over 17 years, within eight domains of wellbeing. It reveals that Canadian’s health, in its broadest sense, dropped significantly during the 2008 recession, and has not recovered.
This case study shows how leadership, local data and strong community support drove intersectoral action on health equity.
This action guide is the culmination of a National Quality Forum project in the U.S. which used a multi-stakeholder collaborative process to develop a common framework and practical guidance for improving population health.
This article provides a clear and accessible review of issues related to understanding, measuring and assessing health inequalities. The authors also consider implications for developing program and policy interventions to reduce health inequalities.