This gap analysis by the NCCDH focuses attention on the most pressing needs in advancing health equity in public health. It offers guidance for researchers, policy-makers, government decision-makers and public health practitioners.
Intended for planners, health policy-makers, health system managers and other stakeholders, this online course provides insight into how health regions across Canada are addressing health equity.
This six week MOOC (massive online open course) offered by the University of Manchester provides a general introduction for anyone wanting to understand the basics of population health.
This curated list from the National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health (NCCDH) outlines key resources to support Master of Public Health (MPH) students looking to incorporate health equity action into their career in Canadian public health.
This report is a roadmap for the province to move towards economic and social inclusion for all. It builds on the momentum of New Brunswick’s first poverty reduction plan launched in 2009, and presents the second phase of the province’s planning, for 2014-19.