This briefing note presents a kind of logic model which can be a helpful tool for reflecting on the effectiveness of healthy public policies.
This briefing note presents a structured process based on an analytical framework that reflects a public health perspective, while at the same time integrating other concerns that matter in the context of policy making.
This is a ten-page summary of the knowledge synthesis on nutrition labelling, produced to show an applied case of the NCCHPP’s proposed new method for synthesizing knowledge about public policies.
This document shows how the new method for synthesizing knowledge about public policies proposed by the NCCHPP has been applied to study nutrition-labelling policies.
This seven-page summary outlines the method proposed by the NCCHPP for overcoming the difficulties underlying the study of public policies.
The Centre proposes this method as a way to overcome the difficulties underlying the study of public policies.
Summary of a presentation by philosopher Daniel Weinstock.
The contribution of political science to the study of health policies. State of course offerings and research in Canadian universities.
This exploratory study was conducted to examine the contribution of Canadian political science departments to the study of health policy.
Policy makers are often challenged when producing public policy to consider the role of evidence, especially scientific evidence. CPRN Research Fellow Patrick Fafard (University of Ottawa) explores this challenge in Evidence and Healthy Public Policy: Insights from Health and Political Sciences which was produced for the National Collaborating Centre for Healthy Public Policy in collaboration with the Canadian Policy Research Networks.