This Casebook features 16 cases on population and public health ethics that are accompanied by an invited case discussion.
This briefing note presents a kind of logic model which can be a helpful tool for reflecting on the effectiveness of healthy public policies.
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.
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 briefing note introduces some ways of bringing sustainability priorities into action, notably through food policies.
This paper provides a brief review of section 54 of Québec’s Public Health Act. It describes the context of its adoption as law, the procedures introduced by the Québec government to help in its implementation, and some of the results achieved to date.
Last summer, we contacted provincial respondents to find out about recent developments in HIA. This update will let you know what we learned.
This document examines the main arguments in favour of citizen participation as well as some of the obstacles and risks associated with citizen participation in HIA.
To facilitate the work of those searching for HIA guides or tools adapted to their needs, we have listed and classified the HIA guides and tools available on the internet. This document was originally published in June 2008, and was updated in 2011-2012.
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.