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NCCPH Projects

The National Collaborating Centres build and strengthen public health all across Canada. Each Centre works on its specific projects, but they have also chosen to work collaboratively on three major projects. These projects are the Small Drinking Water Systems Project, the Public Health Ethics Project and the Structural Profile of Public Health in Canada. To learn more, please click on the following links.

Safe drinking water in Canada is of highest importance especially in regards to systems serving small and remote communities. The six NCCs jointly developed a number of products on how best to provide public health oversight to small drinking water systems with the goal of improving those systems by providing the necessary evidence to inform practice and policy.

This joint project has now been completed. However, the NCCEH continues to work on small drinking water systems and water issues in general. Contact NCCEH for further information, or visit their drinking water web page.
How does public health relate to such concepts as social justice, solidarity and reciprocity? Public Health Ethics are enjoying growing interest among public health professionals. The NCCs are exploring the utility of various fundamental ethical concepts in the evaluation of public health practices and policies.
Discover how the essential public health functions are organized in the provinces and territories accross Canada. Click here to discover this useful chart developed by the NCC for Healthy Public Policy.