This NCCDH review of the literature discusses health equity frameworks that can be used to advance equity in public health contexts. Readers are invited to consider how frameworks, and the ways we work together to create or use them, can break down systems of oppression.
June 07, 2023
This Equity in Action story is distilled from an interview with Heather Chase, Community Developer in the Community Health Portfolio at Horizon Health Network in New Brunswick. The interview took place in July 2022, and its details should be…
This curated list highlights resources and tools that support public health and other sectors to use health equity language that is person-first, system-focused, and asset-based.
This installment of the Let’s Talk series explores foundational principles of inclusive health equity language, how power and culture are baked into language, and terminology options that are inclusive and anti-stigmatizing.
This equity and inclusion toolkit created by the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions (CFNU) seeks to build capacity within Member Organizations and the CFNU to address and minimize gaps relating to “race, ethnicity, gender, age, sexuality, ability and Indigeneity.”