This episode companion document provides a new way to engage with the Mind the Disruption podcast. It includes a written transcript of Season 1, Episode 4 “Disrupting migrant work” with key quotes and related resources to prompt discussion, reflection and action.
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Climate change, population health, and health equity: Public health strategies and health and health equity benefits of five local climate solutions
The report encourages public health organizations and agencies to strengthen integration of climate change mitigation strategies into their work. Case studies are provided that tell the story of local public health organizations and agencies collaborating with municipalities and community groups to inspire and guide public health action.
Podcast episode transcript & companion document: Disrupting the status quo in public health (Season 1, Episode 3)
This episode companion document provides a new way to engage with the Mind the Disruption podcast. It includes a written transcript of Season 1, Episode 3 “Disrupting the status quo in public health” with key quotes and related resources to prompt discussion, reflection and action.
This event took place in English only. Work is a powerful condition of everyday life that can harm or promote the health of workers and their families. Employment conditions and working conditions are…
How do you make health equity explicit in your work? This paper describes the process of developing public health personnel training for embedding health equity in emergency preparedness processes and documents.