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Keywords in Healthy Public Policy
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Understanding Policy Developments and Choices Through the “3-i” Framework: Interests, Ideas and Institutions
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Evidence and Healthy Public Policy: Insights from Health and Political Sciences
 171 K  By Dr. Patrick Fafard for the NCCHPP, 2008.

Policy frameworks and public health influence
 292 K  Presentation by François Benoit at the NCCPH Summer Institute 2008.

Annotated Bibliography: Public Policy Processes
729 K


Links
Readings
EBPM - Evidence-based Policy Making. On the site Paul Cairney: Politics and Public Policy.

Tools for Policy Impact: A Handbook for Researchers.
 920 K. Start, D. and Hovland, I. (2004). Overseas Development Institute (ODI).  Available on the site of the ODI.

An Introduction to the Policy Process: Theories, Concepts, and Models of Public Policy Making. Third Edition. Birkland, T.A. (2010). M.E. Sharpe, Inc. Abstract available on the site of M.E. Sharpe, Inc.

Agendas, Alternatives and Public Policies. 2nd Ed. Kingdon, J.W. (2003). Longman. Description available on the site of Pearson Higher Education.

L'étude des politiques publiques Third edition. Lemieux, V. (2009). Les Presses de l'Université Laval. Abstract available on the site of Les Presses de l'Université Laval. In French only.

Gouverner par les instruments Lascoumes, P. and De Galès, P., Eds. (2005). Abstract available on the site of SciencesPo - Les Presses. In French only.

l'espace politique.  "Online journal of political geography and geopolitics." On the website of revues.org. In French only.


Contact
Marianne Jacques  


 

The NCCHPP's François Gagnon delivered this presentation on May 30, 2017 in Montréal, as part of an event hosted by the Fondation Lucie et André Chagnon.
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The NCCHPP's Lead, François Benoit offered a presentation at JASP on November 22, 2016.
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The NCCHPP's François Benoit offered this presentation for the Public Health Agency of Canada's Centre for Public Health Infrastructure, in Ottawa on January 21, 2015.
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On November 5, 2014, François Gagnon from the NCCHPP led a webinar in which he presented a strategic analytical framework of the networks of actors engaged in the development of public policies.
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The Centre's François Gagnon led this half-day workshop during the Sunday preconference sessions at the CPHA's annual conference in Ottawa.
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In this workshop, Val Morrison took a closer look at the concept of framing as it has been used in the social sciences to examine possibilities for intersectoral collaborations in public health.
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In this workshop, François Gagnon presented a framework for analyzing the actors who are operating in a policy field.
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This presentation by the Centre's Val Morrison was part of her workshop at the 2010 Summer Institute.
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At the National Collaborating Centres for Public Health 2010 Summer Institute, the Centre's François-Pierre Gauvin discussed different ways of using evidence with emphasis on models for linking evidence with public discourse, and vice versa.
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In November, 2008, the NCCHPP organized a day-long workshop at JASP (Journées annuelles de santé publique - Annual Public Health Days) to explore issues surrounding the nature, types and uses of evidence in decision-making.
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In this workshop at the National Collaborating Centres for Public Health 2008 Summer Institute, NCCHPP Lead François Benoit outlined the most commonly used and accepted theoretical frameworks in political science, presenting them in a form that can be usefully linked to practices. 
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