This report outlines opportunities for public health to contribute to emergency management by using health promotion approaches focused on equity and resilience.
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This 2023 report from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health describes the current state of evidence on the mental health of older adults. The report offers a policy framework for a comprehensive approach to aging and mental health including equity as a priority area for action.
How did health inequities among community populations during the COVID-19 pandemic affect community health nurses? This research inquiry discusses experiences of moral distress among community health nurses, with particular attention to health inequities.
What do we mean by ‘structure’ when we talk about structural influences on the social determinants of health inequalities?
How is structure defined when we talk about its influence on the social determinants of health? This journal article proposes a new conceptualization of structure in public health.
A bridge to universal healthcare: The benefits of Ontario’s program to make hospital care accessible to all residents of the province
In March 2020, Ontario's Ministry of Health temporarily expanded hospital funding to cover all uninsured residents. This report gathers data from health care professionals to document how this unique funding expansion impacted the health and well-being of uninsured individuals.