This curated list points to key resources to support advocacy for health equity by public health practitioners.
This resource presents an accessible action framework for those directly engaged in creating community health status reports, as well as those interested in learning how to use population health status reporting to drive action to improve health equity.
This document applies common messaging guidelines to the challenge of communicating the connection between income inequality and health inequality. The guidelines were published by the Canadian Council on the Social Determinants of Health.
This report is a follow-up to the NCCDH’s 2010 environmental scan, Integrating social determinants of health and health equity into Canadian public health practice. It is based on a literature review, focus groups and key informants, and identifies ways that the context and practice of health equity work in the public health domain have changed since 2010.
Public health practitioners discuss strategies to address the social determinants of tuberculosis.
The resources in this Learning Together series summarize the NCCDH Population Health Status Reporting Initiative.
This review of the literature describes school readiness from a health and early child development perspective.
This case study starts at the beginning – building support for health equity among senior health managers. It outlines how to find and nurture health equity champions.
This case study shows how leadership, local data and strong community support drove intersectoral action on health equity.
This report describes Canadian experiences in attending the “Health Observatories: Learning from Our World Neighbours, 2008” meetings hosted by the London Public Health Observatories.