This rapid systematic review examines the impact and effectiveness of intersectoral action as a public health practice to advance health equity.
This report is a follow-up to the NCCDH’s 2010 environmental scan, Integrating social determinants of health and health equity into Canadian public health practice. It is based on a literature review, focus groups and key informants, and identifies ways that the context and practice of health equity work in the public health domain have changed since 2010.
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.
Building a business case for preventive home visiting for pregnant women and mothers of young children: A review of the literature
This rapid review uses evidence from research reviews to develop a business case for home visiting programs in Canada.
This case study shows how a public health director took advantage of a reorganization of public health services to embed a population health approach, first into her region, then into the entire province.