The NCCHPP is inviting you to participate in a webinar to explore how Health in All Policies can help address inequalities and act on the social determinants affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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This document offers advice based on the perspectives of municipal elected officials and public servants and of public health actors involved in collaborations.
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The NCCHPP offers a new free online course on public health ethics. Registration is now open!
October 2020. Description. Registration.
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The National Collaborating Centre for Healthy Public (NCCHPP) organized a Pan-Canadian meeting on Health in All Policies (HiAP) in partnership with the Public Health Agency of Canada and the ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux du Québec (MSSS – Québec's ministry of health and social services). The Centre has prepared a
report presenting the results of the discussions that took place during the meeting, as well as a summary version.
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This document, based on a longer briefing note, is intended to help public health actors to conduct an ethical analysis of policies that are said to be paternalistic.
Published in June 2020. Description. Download.  1.6 MB
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In this 1st clip, Evelyne de Leeuw describes the sectors that influence the determinants of health and which need to be mobilized to create healthy cities. She also explains the health sector's positioning.
June 2020. Description – Click to watch.
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In this 2nd clip, Evelyne de Leeuw presents the elements to be considered for community involvement in healthy cities projects.
June 2020. Description – Click to watch.
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In this 3rd clip, Evelyne de Leeuw describes opportunities for municipalities to address equity and health.
June 2020. Description – Click to watch.
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In this 4th clip, Evelyne de Leeuw describes how the health sector could interact with and involve the private sector in improving the health of populations.
June 2020. Description – Click to watch.
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In this 5th clip, Evelyne de Leeuw describes the fields of application of HIA and the importance of this tool for the health sector in the context of urbanization. She also addresses how to improve  the application of HIA in the age of big data.
June 2020. Description – Click to watch.
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This document, written by Dr. Trevor Hancock, presents the core ideas of ecological economics.
May 2020. Description. Download.  1.2 MB
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This document is part of a series of short documents based on the Briefing Note, Policy Approaches to Reducing Health Inequalities.
May 2020. Description. Download.  401 K
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The NCCHPP's Thierno Diallo and the NCCEH's Shirra Freeman published an article on health impact assessment (HIA) entitled « Health impact assessment—insights from the experience of Québec” in Environmental Health Review (EHR), the Journal of the Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors.
April 2020. Description.
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This list is a work in progress – we will continue adding relevant resources, each with a brief synthesis of what you will find in the document. Please send us a note to advise us of additional resources that should be shared here. Contact Michael Keeling at: michael.keeling@inspq.qc.ca.
Created March 30, 2020. Last updated in October, 2020. Description.
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This document describes and analyzes five Canadian experiences of intersectoral action for health linked to local and regional governments.
February 2020. Description. Download.  934 K
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This webinar will look into how public health actors can establish collaborations with municipalities–with a practical focus. This webinar has been postponed.
March 2020. Description. Registration.
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The NCCHPP's Val Morrison and Michael Keeling will each offer a presentation at the upcoming The Ontario Public Health Convention (TOPHC) to be held in Toronto, from March 25-27, 2020.
February 2020. Description.
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In this webinar, co-presented by the NCC for Methods and Tools (NCCMT) and the NCCHPP, Thierno Diallo presented the HIA process as a tool for promoting the adoption of healthy public policies. He introduced the NCCHPP's online course on HIA as a tool to support HIA capacity building. Then Gabrielle Manseau spoke about her HIA experience on HIA's challenges and benefits, as well as her experience with the NCCHPP's online course. This webinar was held on February 13, 2020.
February 2020. Description. Webinar Recording.
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This practical guide aims to support the reader in carrying out a health impact assessment (HIA).
Published in December 2019. Description. Download.  752 K
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The NCCHPP and the Partenariats et expertises transversales (partnerships and cross-cutting expertises) unit of the Institut national de santé publique du Québec (INSPQ) organized a seminar on the evaluation of health impact assessments (HIAs).
December 2019. Description.
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The NCCHPP's Thierno Diallo published a blog article on health impact assessment (HIA) entitled, Incorporating Health in Urban Planning: Québec City Case Study. This article was created with the support of the National Collaborating Centre for Environmental Health (NCCEH).
November 2019. Description.
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Pascale Mantoura, Scientific Advisor at the NCCHPP, participated in the Health Promotion World Conference of the International Union for Health Promotion and Education (IUHPE) held in Rotorua, New Zealand, in April 2019. She offered a symposium on promoting population mental health in collaboration with experts Margaret M. Barry and Janet Fanslow.
November 2019. Description.
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The National Collaborating Centre for Healthy Public (NCCHPP) organized a Pan-Canadian meeting on Health in All Policies (HiAP) in partnership with the Public Health Agency of Canada and the ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux du Québec (MSSS – Québec's ministry of health and social services). This meeting was held on October 9, 2019, in Québec City and brought together 25 participants affiliated with federal and provincial governments, regional health authorities, Indigenous organizations, and universities from across Canada.
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The NCCHPP's Val Morrison offered a plenary session on Wicked Problems and Health Equity, with Dr. Marjorie MacDonald at the Public Health Association of British Columbia (PHABC) 2019 Annual Conference, on November 15.
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The PHESC team has recently launched a self-paced online course! The 3 hour course, entitled Designing and Implementing Population Health Interventions, provides an overview of what to consider when designing, implementing and evaluating population health interventions. It links to many existing trainings and resources available that delve into topics in more detail.
October 2019. Description.
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This webinar discussed the evaluation of an HIA process. It was offered in French only.
October 2019. Description.
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This document presents the characteristics of a policy brief and the elements to consider when writing one. It also offers a selection of guides for writing policy briefs.
September 2019. Description. Download.  929 K
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This webinar looked into policy briefs as tools for sharing knowledge with policy makers: their effectiveness, their possible forms, and how to produce them. It was held on June 19, 2019.
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On May 1, 2019, Thierno Diallo from the NCCHPP contributed to a panel discussion at a symposium entitled "Building a Collaborative Environment: Bridging Disciplines of Public Health and Planning". The symposium was held at the Public Health 2019 Conference of the Canadian Public Health Association in Ottawa from April 30 to May 2, 2019.
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Free Online Course - Health Impact Assessment, step by step
Discover the new NCCHPP free online course on Health Impact Assessment (HIA)!   HIA is a structured and innovative approach to inform decision makers about the potential impacts of a project, program or policy on the health and well-being of populations. Registration is now open!
April 2019. Description. Registration.
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The production of the NCCHPP website has been made possible through a financial contribution from the Public Health Agency of Canada.