Looking forward and looking back – What have we learned from our efforts to strengthen public health in Canada?

The NCCs are always interested in learning how they have influenced public health in Canada. In 2015-2016, we asked: What impact has our work had on public health knowledge, practices, organizations and systems to date? And, how can this inform how we move forward? The NCCs are pleased to have worked with Dr. Natalie Kischuk, a current fellow at the Canadian Evaluation Society, and Nancy Anna Hanusaik. For more information about this work, visit the collaborative projects section of the website. 

New! Action framework for equity-integrated population health status reporting (PHSR)

Building upon earlier population health status reporting (PHSR) work by the NCC for Determinants of Health, the six NCCs have produced a resource for 

- Teams creating community health status reports

- People interested in learning how to use PHSR to drive action on improving health equity

To learn more, click here.

Exploring Health Equity and Collective Impact in the North West

In February 2016, the NCCs for Determinants of Health and Aboriginal Health hosted The North West Health Equity Forum. Using an innovative approach, the event linked over 100 stakeholders to explore a collective impact approach to improving health equity in rural/remote settings. For more information on this event, visit the NCCDH blog, and check out the event Storify (English only) for related resources and social media highlights from the event.

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