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New Federal Changes to Refugee Healthcare Make a Bad Situation Far Worse

The federal government today released its list of Designated Countries of Origin  The dangerous health impact will be that refugee claimants from these Continue Reading…

Improving Health Policy: Complex Policy and Governance for Complex Issues

The World Health Organization's European office has just published a very interesting book on Governance for Health in the 21st Century.  It begins from a Continue Reading…

Acting on the Social Determinants of Health: the Potential of Intersectoral Collaboration

Addressing the social determinants of health that underlie pervasive and damaging health inequities is a complex and dynamic challenge -- a classic 'wicked' Continue Reading…

Health Equity Impact Assessment as a Policy Tool

The Institut national de santé publique du Québec (INSPQ) and the National Collaborating Centre for Healthy Public Policy publish a Public Policy and Health Continue Reading…

Ten Promising Practices on Equity from Sudbury Public Health

Public health is one of the most important policy and service delivery mechanisms for addressing health inequities. The Sudbury and District Health Unit has Continue Reading…

Actions to address the impact of cuts to refugee health benefits

As we have previously blogged, the federal government recently cut health benefits for many refugees. In The Real Cost of Cutting Refugee Health Benefits, the Continue Reading…

POWER: A Vital Ingredient for Equity-Driven Health Reform

The POWER (Project for an Ontario Women's Health Evidence-Based Report) study has been an amazing source of data and evidence on population health, the Continue Reading…

Happy Pride II: Ensuring Health Equity For LGBTQ Communities

The inequitable health outcomes and the stigma, discrimination and other barriers to access to health faced by LGBTQ communities have been well documented.  In Continue Reading…

Driving Health Equity into Action: Lessons from Europe

While high-level commitment to health equity is increasingly widespread and Ontario's Excellent Care For All Act enshrines equity and population health as key Continue Reading…

Health Reform Through an Equity Lens: Access to High Quality Rehabilitation

The Wellesley Institute works to identify how to embed equity in health system priorities, drivers, planning and service delivery to ensure that all have Continue Reading…