This conceptual model identifies four concepts for successful organizational change and how change capacity applies to health equity action in public health. It is a part of the NCCDH’s Organizational Capacity for Health Equity Action Initiative (OCI).
This framework outlines eight areas to consider for building public health capacity for health equity action at an organizational level. The framework is a part of the NCCDH’s Organizational Capacity for Health Equity Action Initiative (OCI).
This report provides details on consultations held throughout Canada in 2006-2007 regarding the experiences of individuals with low literacy skills, immigrants, and refugees and service providers who work with these groups.
An overview of proceedings from a May 2014 meeting of senior leaders and decision-makers in Canadian public health about advancing provincial/territorial capacity for health equity.
Alberta Health Services: Establishing a province-wide social determinants of health and health equity approach
This case study of an Alberta Health Services’ (AHS) initiative is one of a series of profiles on effective leadership in advancing health equity work. The case describes the process—with challenges and success factors—used by AHS leaders to develop a province-wide health equity strategy.