This journal article by Wolfe and colleagues describes how the COVID-19 pandemic drew attention to health inequities experienced by older adults as well as the pivotal role of public health in healthy aging.
An intersectionality-based policy analysis framework: Critical reflections on a methodology for advancing equity
The Intersectionality-Based Policy Analysis (IBPA) framework provides an equity-informed approach to health policy development. The IBPA promotes inclusive health policy.
This report from the National Collaborating Centre for Public Policy (NCCHPP) describes five key roles for public health in population mental health and wellness promotion, including practice examples to demonstrate how these roles look in action.
This report presents data on key indicators of child and youth wellbeing in the province of Nova Scotia, Canada, and includes recommendations for action on poverty and systemic racism as the most urgent threats.
This primer outlines how municipal and provincial governments can advance decriminalization of drug possession for personal use as part of a broader strategy to help protect the health and safety of people who use drugs in their communities.