Policy Approaches to Reducing Health Inequalities: A practical exercise using the example of food insecurity
This document is part of a series of short documents based on the Briefing Note, Policy Approaches to Reducing Health Inequalities.
Resolving wicked problems: key factors and resources
This document is part of a series of documents, webinars, and workshops on wicked problems.
Policy Approaches to Reducing Health Inequalities: Social Determinants of Health and of Health Inequalities
This document explores the social determinants of health and the social determinants of health inequalities.
Policy Approaches to Reducing Health Inequalities
This briefing note is intended to help public health actors to more easily distinguish between broad approaches to reducing health inequalities.
Health Inequalities and Intersectionality
This briefing note briefly explains intersectionality and explores the potential of an intersectional approach to reducing health inequalities.
Wicked Problems and Public Policy
This fact sheet defines the essential features of wicked problems and discusses how they might be addressed.
Developmental Health and Public Policy: Annotated Bibliography
This document provides a list of resources related to the developmental health and well-being of children.
Tools and Approaches for Assessing and Supporting Public Health Action on the Social Determinants of Health and Health Equity
This guide, co-produced by NCCDH and NCCHPP, presents tools and approaches used specifically to reduce (or at least to not increase) health inequalities.
Developmental Health Knowledge as a Catalyst for Healthy Family Policies in Canada
This briefing note, prepared by the Saskatchewan Population Health and Evaluation Research Unit (SPHERU), defines developmental health, discusses its social determinants, shows some key figures for Canada and proposes a healthy family policy framework to support health for all Canadians.
A Workshop on Inequalities Using the Escalators Metaphor – Presentation Kit
The resources in this Presentation Kit, created by Vivian Labrie, are based on a metaphor of up and down escalators. When used to animate a workshop, they provide an opportunity for different actors to share their thoughts about structural and social determinants of inequalities. The kit includes: a facilitator’s guide, a poster template and an introductory PowerPoint.