Advocacy and public health practice
In this video, see Dr. Ross Upshur (University of Toronto), discuss: How can practitioners get involved in issues like climate change mitigation and working on the Social Determinants of Health (SDOH)?
Published in October 2020. Description - Click to watch.
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The full question asked was: Climate change has been a public health issue for some time now, but it is now clearly emerging as a big issue on every level. As with the SDOH, addressing climate change mitigation will create tension for practitioners in terms of where the line is between doing your job and engaging in advocacy. How can practitioners get involved?

This video is part of a free online course entitled: An Introduction to Public Health Ethics, offered by the National Collaborating Centre for Healthy Public Policy (NCCHPP).

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