This webinar, co-hosted by the National Collaborating Centres for Aboriginal Health (NCCAH) and Healthy Public Policy (NCCHPP) was organized for the 10th anniversary of the death of Brian Sinclair, an Anishinaabe man who died after waiting for treatment at Winnipeg’s Health Sciences Centre Emergency Room for 34 hours. This was an opportunity to discuss the story of Brian Sinclair in the context of the history of the city of Winnipeg, and the history of health care in the province of Manitoba, and to critically examine anti-Indigenous racism.
This webinar, presented by the NCCHPP’s Val Morrison, sought to equip participants with new tools and approaches to better approach wicked problems in their practice.
Webinar – Public Health Ethics and Equity: Naming and Navigating Ethical Issues in Public Health Practice
In this webinar, presenter Dr. Bernie Pauly shared insights drawn from the Equity Lens in Public Health (ELPH) research project into some of the ethical issues practitioners face in addressing health inequities in public health practice, as well as some means for navigating these issues within health organizations.
This webinar, presented by the NCCHPP’s Val Morrison, was intended to enable public health actors to more easily distinguish between the most widespread policy approaches that have been proposed to reduce health inequalities.
In this webinar we discussed the evidence and ethics of a case involving choosing among interventions in order to best respond to public health priorities.
In this webinar we discussed the evidence and ethics of a case involving the use of point-of-care testing to expand access to diagnostic technologies for infectious disease in remote or northern communities.
Webinar – Intersectionality and health equity: Exploring opportunities for public health practice and policy
This webinar introduced participants to the concept of intersectionality and discussed opportunities to incorporate intersectionality into the theory, design, analysis, and interpretation of public health actions to improve health equity.
This webinar, presented by the NCCHPP’s Florence Morestin, focused on the advisors of policy makers: who are they, and why and how can they be approached when one wants public health knowledge to be considered during public policy development?
In this webinar, participants discussed the evidence and ethics of a case involving radon.
This webinar offered a general overview of the concept of wicked problems, particularly as they relate to healthy public policy.