In this paper, we introduce utilitarian ethics and consider the role of utilitarianism in public health.
This paper introduces principlism as an ethical approach and considers what role some of its features might play in public health.
This document maps the knowledge-sharing contexts studied in the 105 documents selected for our literature review on knowledge sharing targeting public policies. The companion interactive table makes it possible to sort these documents by type of context studied.
Querying Databases to Identify Documents on Knowledge Sharing Targeting Public Policies: Example of One Study
This short document presents a ready-to-copy search query designed to query databases through the OVID, EBSCO and ProQuest interfaces.
This briefing note offers an initial version of a competency framework for public health actors to support their work on public policy.
This paper provides a summary of a longer paper of the same name. It outlines the principle of solidarity as it may be applied in the ethics of public health.
This document outlines the principle of solidarity as it may be applied in the ethics of public health.
This briefing note provides an overview of the processes through which public health knowledge can influence public policy.
Sharing Public Health Practitioners’ Needs in Population Mental Health: Highlights and Avenues for Action
The NCCHPP’s Pascale Mantoura, and the NCCs, invited provincial and federal partners to a meeting to exchange on the results of a population mental health survey. The meeting was held in Ottawa, on November 20, 2014. This briefing note and the companion PowerPoint presentation discuss strengths and needs highlighted from that meeting.
Recognizing the conditions that make HIA an appropriate choice for a given situation is an issue central to the consolidation of the practice in Canada. This briefing note aims to clarify the specificity of HIA as compared to similar public health practices.