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Collaborative projects across the NCCs: 

The NCCs continue to work together on several collaborative projects, drawing from each other's expertise and networks in specific topic areas. Current collaborative projects include those related to influenza, led by the NCC for Infectious Diseases (NCCID), and population mental health, led by the NCC for Healthy Public Policy(NCCHPP).

Influenza

  • The NCCID leads a collaborative project aimed at responding to recognized knowledge gaps related to the prevention and control of influenza. The two-year project brings the expertise of all six NCCs for Public Health to bear on knowledge translation needs of public health and primary care professionals. Questions remain about surveillance methods, estimates of the burden of influenza, the effectiveness of vaccination and other prevention strategies, and the equitable delivery of services. A suite of knowledge products will be produced to address these and other issues. For more information, and for resources from this project, click here.

Population mental health

  • To support public health actors across Canada in their work regarding population mental health, the NCCHPP is leading a collaborative project with the other NCCs. For more information, and for resources from this project, click here.

Other recent NCC collaborations

Webinar Series with the Public Health Physicians of Canada

  • For the fourth year in a row, the six National Collaborating Centres for Public Health (NCCs) and the Public Health Physicians of Canada (PHPC) are presenting a series of free, online webinars each focused on a different priority area of public health. Experts from across Canada will lead interactive sessions where public health physicians can learn about current public health issues and develop important skills for their future practice. To learn more, visit the PHPC website.

Equity in environmental health practice

Equity-integrated population health status reporting

To learn more about other project work from the six NCCs for Public Health, visit our Resources section.

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