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Webinar - Practical Approaches to Wicked Problems: What Works? Tuesday March 6, 2018 from 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. EST. Registration is now open.

NCCHPP Webinar - Policy Approaches to Reducing Health Inequalities
Click to watch and listen to the recording of the webinar.

Policy Approaches to Reducing Health Inequalities
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Update - Comprehensive policies to combat poverty across Canada, by province

Health Inequalities and Intersectionality
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Annotated Bibliography: Health Inequalities
586 K

Closing the Gap in a Generation
Commission on Social Determinants of Health, 2008
(On the World Health Organization site)

Public health speaks: Intersectionality and health equity (On the site of NCCDH)

The Chief Public Health Officer's Report on the State of Public Health in Canada 2008:
Addressing Health Inequalities

(On the site of the Public Health Agency of Canada)

Dialogue Mapping: Building Shared Understanding of Wicked Problems.
Conklin, J., 2005
(Information available on the site of the CogNexus Institute)

Construire l'espace sociosanitaire : Expériences et pratiques de recherche dans la production locale de la santé. In French. Under the direction of Aubry, F. and Potvin, L. (2012). On the site of the University of Montréal.


Val Morrison


Workshop - Tackling Wicked Problems in the Built Environment: Of Health Inequalities and Bedbugs
This workshop took place at the Place and Health: Shaping the Built Environment of NB and PEI conference, in Fredericton, New Brunswick on October 25-26, 2012.
October 2012. DescriptionDownload  870 K
The NCCHPP's Val Morrison led this two-hour workshop on October 25th. The workshop exposed participants to a basic explanation of the nature of wicked problems and how they differ from other sorts of problems, and included a practical exercise designed to highlight approaches to resolving them.

Wicked Problems in the Built Environment: Of Health Inequalities and Bedbugs    
27 slides
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Image - first page of the presentation - click to download 

In addition to Val's workshop, the NCCHPP hosted a breakfast discussion on Friday October 26th, entitled ‘Enhancing Public Policy'. The intent was to exchange ideas with participants about how to advance healthy public policies, and to help to guide the NCCHPP's work in this area.

Our colleague Mona Shum, from the National Collaborating Centre for Environmental Health, was also at this event, with a presentation entitled, "Built environment: a multi-sectoral health issue".

The Place and Health conference was presented by the Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA) NB - PEI Branch, and the Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors - NB Branch. To find out more about the conference, click here. (On the site of the CPHA.)

To view the preliminary program, click here. (On the site of the CPHA.)

The production of the NCCHPP website has been made possible through a financial contribution from the Public Health Agency of Canada.