News and Events
This environmental scan aims to 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.
Have a look at the Powerpoint presentations from the first meeting of the Canadian Network for Health in All Policies (CNHiAP). This meeting was held on September 19-20, 2023, in Montréal.
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.
The National Collaborating Centres for Public Health (NCCPH) Knowledge Translation (KT) Graduate Student awards is now accepting applications for three $1500 awards. The application deadline is February 5, 2024.
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.
Registration is now open for the Centre for Healthy Communities 2023 Innovation Forum! 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.
Our colleagues Willy Dunbar and Val Morrison, Scientific Advisors at the NCCHPP, shared their expertise and sparked discussion on health inequalities during a panel entitled Health Inequalities in Public Health Crises: How COVID-19 Impacted Existing Inequalities during the Metropolis Social Determinants of Health Conference that was held in October 2023, in Gatineau.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Marianne Jacques as Acting Scientific Lead for the National Collaborating Centre for Healthy Public Policy (NCCHPP) effective on September 4, 2023.
This ‘What We Heard Report’ consolidates workshop discussions and resources on wellbeing budgeting initiatives internationally that took place at the 2022 IUHPE Wellbeing Budgeting Workshop.
Listen to this 2-part podcast episode, where our colleague Val Morrison discusses the essentials of public policy and the core competencies for public health in Canada.