This document describe characteristics of national public health surveillance functions from countries with comparable contexts to Canada to provide a global perspective on corporate surveillance system coordination functions at a national level.
New Publication – What Factors Can Public Health Actors Consider to Facilitate the Borrowing of a Public Policy?
This document presents a list of factors that public health actors can mobilize when considering proposing the adoption in their jurisdiction of public policies that have been effective elsewhere.
Publication – Supporting Public Health Human Resource Planning: A Survey of Canadian Universities’ Public Health Training Programs
This document provides a snapshot of Canadian university public health education program offerings in 2022 and is intended to inform ongoing discussions related to public health workforce planning and capacity building in Canada.
Are you looking at undertaking and sustaining intersectoral action for health and equity in the context of budget cuts? This document introduces the challenges ahead, the opportunities to be seized, and the strategies to be considered.
Publication – Developing a Canadian Network for Health in All Policies: Consultations with Actors from Canada and Abroad
This report presents the results of a consultation to guide the development of a Canadian Network for Health in All Policies.
Analyzing Public Policies
Health in All Policies
Health Impact Assessment
Population Mental Health and Wellness
Public Health Ethics
Public Health Infrastructure
New Resources and Events
Upcoming Event – Centre for Healthy Communities 2023 Innovation Forum
November 30, 2023
Join us and engage with practice, policy, industry, and research leaders from across Alberta to share ideas for building a sustainable, healthy future for our communities! This online event will take place on November 30, 2023.
Publication – Intersectoral Action for Health and Equity in the Context of Budget Cuts
July 20, 2023
This document aims to inform Canadian public health professionals and administrators, as well as any other actors interested in undertaking and sustaining intersectoral action for health and equity in the context of budget cuts. It introduces the challenges ahead, the opportunities to be seized, and the strategies to be considered.