Our colleagues Willy Dunbar and Val Morrison, Scientific Advisors at the NCCHPP, will share their expertise and spark discussion on health inequalities during a panel entitled Health Inequalities in Public Health Crises: How COVID-19 Impacted Existing Inequalities during the Metropolis Social Determinants of Health Conference that will be held on October 2-3, 2023, in Gatineau.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Marianne Jacques as Acting Scientific Lead for the National Collaborating Centre for Healthy Public Policy (NCCHPP) effective on September 4, 2023.
This ‘What We Heard Report’ consolidates workshop discussions and resources on wellbeing budgeting initiatives internationally that took place at the 2022 IUHPE Wellbeing Budgeting Workshop.
Listen to this 2-part podcast episode, where our colleague Val Morrison discusses the essentials of public policy and the core competencies for public health in Canada.
The purpose of this document is to inform Canadian public health professionals and administrators, as well as any other actors interested in undertaking and sustaining intersectoral action for health and equity in the context of budget cuts. It introduces the challenges ahead, the opportunities to be seized, and the strategies to be considered.
Developing a Canadian Network for Health in All Policies: Consultations with Actors from Canada and Abroad
This report presents the results of a consultation to guide the development of a Canadian Network for Health in All Policies.
This interactive workshop addressed the following questions: How public policy have been integrated into health promotion’s mission until now? What other dimensions and avenues deserve consideration? It was held on May 26, 2023.
Supporting Public Health Human Resource Planning: A Survey of Canadian Universities’ Public Health Training Programs
This document provides a snapshot of Canadian university public health education program offerings in 2022 and is intended to inform ongoing discussions related to public health workforce planning and capacity building in Canada.
Federal, provincial and territorial governments may wish to consider a Health in All Policies (HiAP) strategy as an additional lever that can improve the synergy between all their policies and programs that contribute to population health. This article aims to provide public health actors with a better understanding of HiAP and to clarify what can be expected from a HiAP approach in the Canadian policy context.
This webinar addressed the following question: What do public health and civil society actors need to know to implement Health in All Policies (HiAP) approaches in Canada? It took place on Tuesday, February 21, 2023.