This article by Rousseau, Jaimes and El-Mazoub discusses the importance of inclusive public health during health crises like COVID-19.
A time-series analysis of testing and COVID-19 outbreaks in Canadian federal prisons to inform prevention and surveillance efforts
This article by Blair, Parnia and Siddiqi examines data on COVID-19 testing, disease prevalence, recovery, and mortality within federal prisons in Canada.
This journal article written by Etowa et al. discusses the factors that place Black communities at higher risk of transmission, delayed diagnosis and treatment for COVID-19.
A socially just recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic: A call for action on the social determinants of urban health inequalities
This commentary by Katrina Hoernke describes how low-income neighbourhoods in urban centres have suffered from the COVID-19 pandemic response.
This journal article by Gilmore et al. supports the value for community engagement in the planning, communication and implementation of COVID-19 prevention and control measures.
This rapid review of literature by Upshaw et al. describes the discrepancies between social determinants and pandemic incidence and health outcomes.
This journal article by Bambra et al. explores the gender health paradox of COVID-19 through biological, social, economic and public policy explanations.
Digital health equity and COVID-19: The innovation curve cannot reinforce the social gradient of health
This article by Crawford and Serhal argues that the rapid implementation of digital health innovations during COVID-19 has resulted in health inequities, including lack of access and barriers to digital health literacy.
COVID-19 vaccine acceptance among an online sample of sexual and gender minority men and transgender women
This journal article by da Silva et al. presents the findings from a study investigating the prevalence of COVID-19 testing, diagnosis, and vaccine acceptance among sexual and gender minority people in the United States.
This editorial from Shervington and Richardson describes the disproportionate impacts of COVID-19 due to racial inequities and socioeconomic disadvantage in the city of New Orleans. The authors use insight gained from Hurricane Katrina in 2005 to explore the mental health effects of disasters, contextualizing recommendations to address population mental health during both the immediate crisis response and recovery phases.