This document presents a preliminary, graphic summary of results from a questionnaire that was intended to survey Canadian public health practitioners on the subject of public health ethics.

The goal of this survey was to add to current knowledge of the extent to which public health ethics figures into public health practice, what resources are being used, what resources might be needed and practitioners’ interest in additional resources or training in ethics. This is a picture that we want to share as part of a collective effort to support ethics in public health practice.

Survey to Identify the Public Health Ethics Needs of Public Health Practitioners in Canada: Preliminary Results
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This survey is part of a larger project that includes a survey on ethics teaching in public health schools and programs in Canada.