This article considers the effectiveness of a strength-based research methodology used to explore what works in public health nursing, and to generate recommendations for provincial and federal decision-makers.
This document contains a description of the methods used to develop four case studies to support a workshop hosted by the NCCDH and the CIHR-IPPH in Toronto, Ontario on February 14-15, 2012.
Using a scenario-based training approach, this online learning module explores the collaborative decision-making process through the lens of a public health practitioner working with communities.
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.
This paper identifies eight common priorities of public health stakeholders who are working to improve the social determinants of health and health equity.