Presentations and webinars
In an effort to gauge the treatment of public policy competencies for public health, the National Collaborating Centre for Healthy Public Policy (NCCHPP) undertook a scoping review with analysis of competency frameworks and related documents in public health over the past 15 years. The findings are briefly presented here.
This webinar presented and discussed key findings from research led and published by Dr. Mehdi Ammi, Professor at Carleton University’s School of Public Policy and Administration in Ottawa, entitled, “Interpreting Forty-Three-Year Trends of Expenditures on Public Health in Canada: Long-Run Trends, Temporal Periods, and Data Differences”. It took place on June 9, 2022.
This webinar presented the results of in-depth case studies of provincial public health systems in Alberta, Ontario, and Québec. These case studies were carried out to understand the perspectives of public health leaders on how past system reforms impacted public health practice, and how system structures related to the level of decentralization and integration between public health and acute care impacted provincial COVID-19 pandemic responses. It was held on April 27, 2022.
Webinar – Public Health Systems Governance: Better Understanding and Acting on Governance to Strengthen Public Health Systems in Canada
This webinar presented and discussed key findings from the report, “Governing for the Public’s Health: Governance Options for a Strengthened and Renewed Public Health System in Canada”, led by Dr. Erica Di Ruggiero of the University of Toronto’s Dalla Lana School of Public Health. It was held on Tuesday March 29, 2022.
This webinar began to answer the question: What do public health actors need to know about public policy? It took place on February 2, 2021.
The NCCHPP’s Florence Morestin spoke at the Symposium on Autism and Social Inclusion in Québec (Symposium sur l’inclusion sociale en autisme au Québec), organized by the CHU Ste-Justine and the Université de Montréal. This event was held on December 3rd, 2021. It was offered in French only.
This webinar looked into how public health actors can establish collaborations with municipalities—with a practical focus. It took place on November 3rd, 2021.
The NCCHPP’s Thierno Diallo was a speaker at the Conference Climate emergency and health: from individual changes to global engagement, organized by the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Geneva.
In this webinar, co-presented by the NCCMT, the NCCHPP and the NCCDH, we presented the Tool for Assessing the Effects of Local Intersectoral Action, an interactive online tool that uses timeline mapping to support assessment of the impacts of local intersectoral action in living environments.
In this webinar we discussed how the NCCHPP’s online course in public health ethics was developed and then we offered an overview of its content. Then in order to illustrate its relevance and utility for the public health sector, a health professional discussed the ethical challenges she has faced in professional practice, as well as her experience in taking the NCCHPP’s online course.