How have the federal and provincial policies and program implemented during COVID-19 affected the social determinants of health in Canada?
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This report from the United Nations providers a Roadmap for building science-informed and science-inspired COVID-19 recovery efforts that consider equity, resilience and sustainability.
Climate change resilience part 1: COVID-19 underscores the need to address inequity and transform systems
This practice brief argues that our collective experience of the COVID-19 pandemic underscores the need for urgent and revised public health action to address climate change.
This brief from the NCCDH summarizes the research and practice evidence on identifying and applying organizational values to support health equity action.
'Back to better’: Amplifying health equity, and determinants of health perspectives during the COVID-19 pandemic
This article describes the findings of a conversation series with the public health community on the integration of equity in public health responses, and the impacts of COVID-19 on social and health inequities.