This report describes and compares the institutionalization of health impact assessment (HIA) in nine middle- and high-income countries, and within the European Union, with an eye to identifying the factors that enhance effective and wide-spread implementation of HIA.
The gap between public health’s advocacy role in addressing health inequities – and actual practice – is explored in this scoping review of peer reviewed and grey public health advocacy literature.
Engaging with impact: Targets and indicators for successful community engagement by Ontario’s Local Health Integration Networks. A citizens’ report from Kingston, Richmond Hill and Thunder Bay
Are you working with your community? Find guidance about how to design community engagement processes and assess impact.
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.
In this short report, the CMA summarizes Canadians’ feedback to the question “what makes us sick?”— feedback gathered during teleconference and town hall meetings. It makes 12 recommendations for action.