These proceedings summarize an open space forum held in Quebec City in 2015. The event explored the question: “What are the opportunities to reduce social inequities in health if we bring together knowledge gathered from experience, intervention, research, and decision-making?”
Public health practitioners and researchers discuss the application of intersectionality in social determinants of health and health equity practice, policy and research.
This paper presents findings on two surveys of how public health professionals exchange knowledge and act to improve the social determinants of health and health equity in digital spaces like social media.
Taking action on the social determinants of health: Insights from politicians, policymakers and lobbyists
Through interviews with current politicians, senior bureaucrats and external lobbyists, this report examined how approaches to shift the distribution of the social determinants of health and improve health equity fit the Australian political context.
The Canadian Institute for Child Health (CICH) profile offers data from over 400 indicators on the health and well-being of Canadian children and youth. New modules on Indigenous children/youth and health/development in the early years consolidate indicators that can be used to support strategies, draw attention to health inequities and develop partnerships that serve the children of Canada, Indigenous and settler alike.