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Volunteering & Health

Recent English research on volunteering highlights the analytical value of drilling down into small-scale neighbourhood-based analyses to better understand the Continue Reading…

Using the Podiums We Have To Advance an Equity Agenda

I posted a speech I gave recently at a conference on health equity for children.  One of the themes we talked about was that health care professionals and Continue Reading…

Toronto City Council Debates Equitable Access to Good Health and Health Care for Uninsured Residents

City Council will be considering  recommendations from the Toronto Board of Health regarding health care for uninsured residents of Toronto.  We and a number Continue Reading…

Thinking/Designing Urban Spaces for Population Health

An interesting recent report from New Zealand highlights the importance of urban environments for population health.  Healthy Places, Healthy Lives examines Continue Reading…

The Last Straw! A Board Game on the Social Determinants of Health

The Last Straw! A Board Game on the Social Determinants of Health, co-funded by the Wellesley Institute, is a fun way for players to learn how the daily life Continue Reading…

The Impact of Climate Change: Through a Health Equity Lens

One of Wellesley's themes is that the complex and inter-dependent nature of the social determinants of health require comprehensive policy and community Continue Reading…

The Economic Case for Social Policy

The research evidence that public policy and investment directed towards reducing poverty and income inequality, improving early childhood development, ensuring Continue Reading…

The Big Action on Health Is Far Beyond Health Care

I blogged earlier on how crucial it is to build equity into the new Action Plan for Health Care released by the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care. This is 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…

Talking Health Equity: Safe Injection Sites

Toronto Public Health has produced an excellent report that will be considered at the Board of Health on July 10. Its analysis should be endorsed and its Continue Reading…