This webinar from Making Health Happen explores the operations of the equity officer role in Washington County, Oregon, during the COVID-19 pandemic.
These webinar series from Research Evaluation Data Ethics 4 Black Lives (REDE4 Black Lives) includes recorded discussions on race-based data collection and use at various points of the COVID-19 pandemic. It includes discussions on population health analytics, community health, data literacy, policing and artificial intelligence. The series highlights limitations, challenges and concerns around race-based data collection in public health pandemic planning and response.
In this webinar from the Modern Literature and Culture Research Centre at Ryerson University, panelists discuss how age and ageism have factored in to the COVID-19 pandemic. Speakers discuss how we can foster resilience individually to support seniors to be actors in social change during pandemic recovery.
This webinar from the Canadian Public Health Association explores the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on immigrants and refugees in Canada. It highlights risk factors such as poverty, language barriers, fear of deportation, poor health literacy, racism/discrimination, occupational exposures and poor housing conditions.
This webinar from the World Health Organization focuses on the importance of social participation and investing in mechanisms to dialogue with people and communities in relation to COVID-19. More specifically, it explores these topics as they relate to strengthening emergency responses.
This webinar from McGill University's Institute for Health and Social Policy reports on challenges faced by immigrant and racialized communities in Montreal during COVID-19, including awareness and application of health guidelines, access to health services, psychosocial needs, economic challenges, employment, family well-being and community initiatives.
This webinar from the Region 2 Public Health Center discusses the impact of structural racism, gender, income and health disparities on COVID-19. It also includes actions to address disparities and reduce barriers.
This virtual Q&A and accompanying transcript text from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health addresses questions about exposure, social factors, housing, public health care and other disproportionate impacts of COVID-19 on racialized people.
This video from Global News provides an overview of the importance of collecting and reporting race-based data to guide strategies to address disparities in COVID-19.
This webinar recording from the College of Family Physicians of Canada explores populations in Canada who are most vulnerable to COVID-19 due to structural inequities. These populations include Indigenous communities, those who are socially isolated, care home residents with disabilities and people who experience homelessness.