This online resource library from Community Commons is a living repository of equity-themed tools and resources that describe the equity implications of COVID-19 and actions to address these disparities.
This article by Pineda and Corburn describes the increased health risks of COVID-19 for people with disabilities and considerations for pandemic planning.
Perceptions and behavioural responses of the general public during the COVID-19 pandemic: A cross-sectional survey of UK adults
This article from Atchison et al. describes a UK study that looked at risk perceptions and behavioural responses to inform outcome mapping of COVID-19 infection control strategies.
This article from Khan et al. describes a framework for building a resilient public health system for equitable emergency preparedness and response.
This 2014 journal article from Lin et al. describes the literature and knowledge around how the social determinants of health are associated with communication inequalities in pandemic planning and response.
What have we learned about communication inequalities during the H1N1 pandemic: A systematic review of the literature
This article from Lin, Savoia, Agboola and Viswanath discusses the communication inequities that were present during the H1N1 pandemic. It also offers lessons learned for public health during this previous event.
This article from Brooks et al. discusses the psychological impacts of quarantine and how to reduce them.
This article from Wenham, Smith and Morgan describes the gendered impacts of COVID-19. It describes how to avoid reproducing or perpetuating gender and health inequities through the public health response to the pandemic.
Revisiting public health preparedness: Incorporating social justice principles into pandemic preparedness planning for influenza
This article from Kayman and Ablorh-Odjidja looks at the history of public health and social justice in the context of emergency preparedness.
This article from Plough, Bristow, Fielding, Caldwell and Khan looks at emergency preparedness during pandemics and how health equity should be addressed.
This article from DeBruin, Liaschenko and Marshall looks at implementing a social justice approach to pandemic planning.