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Power Up: A call for public health to recognize, analyze, and shift the balance in power relations to advance health and racial equity of health

Influencing the structural determinants of health to advance health equity requires more than Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) work; it requires shifting the balance of power relations. This editorial calls for public health to act intentionally to shift power relations.

Commercial determinants of health: Future directions

This journal article details the role the commercial sector will play in global health and health equity. It outlines practical steps the commercial sector can take to prevent health harms caused by the commercial determinants of health. These practical examples can guide public health practitioners whose work overlaps or involves collaboration with the commercial sector.

Defining and conceptualising the commercial determinants of health

Many corporate actors contribute to health and health equity, positively and negatively. This journal article defines and proposes a model for the commercial determinants of health to develop public health’s understanding of the concept and guide action to address these determinants.

Power and Health Equity Workshops

NCCDH is hosting two workshops on Power & Health Equity. This is an opportunity to expand on and apply the ideas described in NCCDH recently released Let’s Talk: Redistributing Power for…