This free, three-hour online course was designed to increase the awareness and skills of civil servants in applying gender-based analysis to the development of government policies and programs.
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.
This self-assessment tool can help you gather evidence on health inequities to support and develop policies and programs that distribute resources on the basis of health need.
This free, skill-building course teaches why and how to conduct a health equity impact assessment (HEIA), and gives learners opportunities to complete up to five HEIA templates - a tool designed by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care - based on five case studies.
The Health Equity Impact Assessment Tool, which includes a workbook and a template, was developed to help decision makers identify how a program, policy or other initiative will impact the health of population groups in both intended and unintended ways.