This edited book explores the connection between oppression and health. The various chapters investigate how systemic forces influence health, framing social oppression as the fundamental cause of health inequities.
This paper highlights the interconnectedness between social determinants and Indigenous peoples’ health. The authors argue that efforts to reduce current health inequities between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples must attend not only to the symptoms of ill health, but also to the factors that underlie ill health.
This report provides an analysis of food costing data in one area of Northern Ontario as an example to highlight the elevated cost and decreased affordability of food in northern First Nations communities. The disproportionately high incidence of food insecurity in these communities is also discussed.
Public health practitioners and researchers discuss the application of intersectionality in social determinants of health and health equity practice, policy and research.
This free, one-hour, interactive eLearning module is one of 15 modules created to make cultural competence training more accessible to health care providers. The module uses multimedia to illustrate how social and economic conditions influence the health of individuals, communities and nations.