A Call for Your Stories – Have You Participated in an Intersectoral Initiative in the Context of Budget Cuts?
Do you have any examples to share of collaboration between the health sector and other sectors to improve population health and health equity in the context of budget cuts? Would you like to share your experience? Share your story with us!
The purpose of this document is 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.
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.
Federal, provincial and territorial governments may wish to consider a Health in All Policies (HiAP) strategy as an additional lever that can improve the synergy between all their policies and programs that contribute to population health. This article aims to provide public health actors with a better understanding of HiAP and to clarify what can be expected from a HiAP approach in the Canadian policy context.
This document aims to provide an overview of existing Health in All Policies (HiAP) training and suggests avenues for reflection towards improvement, notably from a Canadian perspective.
This document describes and analyzes five Canadian experiences of intersectoral action for health linked to local and regional governments.
The National Collaborating Centre for Healthy Public (NCCHPP) organized a Pan-Canadian meeting on Health in All Policies (HiAP) in partnership with the Public Health Agency of Canada and the ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux du Québec (MSSS – Québec’s ministry of health and social services). The Centre has prepared a report presenting the results of the discussions that took place during the meeting, as well as a summary version.
The intent of this briefing note is to introduce some tools developed in recent years to facilitate the integration of health issues into the decision-making processes of sectors whose primary concern is not population health.
An introduction to the horizontal coordination of public policies: Usefulness, facilitating factors, obstacles, and current challenges
This briefing note by Jacques Bourgault and Pernelle Smits presents the facilitating factors and challenges of the horizontal approach in public policies.
This briefing note is the sixth in a series of six focused on the state of the practice of integrated impact assessment.