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... wonderful document, Social Determinants of Health: The Canadian Facts is about us, Canadian society, and what we need to put faces and voices to the inequities – and the health inequities in particular ...
Monday, 28 June 2010
2. PHIRN Proposals 2009-2010
(News|Events/Latest News - English)
... the relation between labor market conditions and health, not enough is known about the range of ‘best practices’ (policies and interventions) that have the potential to reduce health inequities by addressing ...
Monday, 07 June 2010
3. Call for Proposals
(PHIRN Funding/Archived - English)
... two programmes: Patterns and Pathways of Health Inequities in Ontario and Population Health Interventions in Ontario (details attached). To know more about PHIRN, please visit our website. You must indicate ...
Sunday, 10 January 2010
... Medicine) as scientific advisor. It is divided into two research branches – one on Patterns and Pathways of Inequities, which is co-led by uOttawa Professor Ronald Labonté (Department of Epidemiology and ...
Monday, 17 August 2009
5. Patterns and Pathways of Inequities Research Program
(PHIRN/Research Programs - English)
... on reducing health inequity by way of the social determinants of health. The Patterns and Pathways of Inequities Program will seek to expand the evidence base for policy interventions related to the ...
Thursday, 30 July 2009
... in Canada does matter.  Provinces will need to dig deeper into the survey data and other sources to understand the reasons for their differences and consider what can be done to reduce inequities ...
Wednesday, 29 January 2014
... discusses the best ways to reduce inequities through workforce education and training, practical actions to be taken during interactions with patients, ways of working in partnership, and the role of advocacy. ...
Thursday, 13 June 2013
... well documented. Knowledge and effective interventions exist to address many of these inequities. However, awareness, uptake, and the use of interventions can be poor and poorer still with respect to interventions ...
Thursday, 13 June 2013
... for a dialogue about ways we can reduce health inequities by improving quality through system-level innovation to reduce health inequities. Discussion included practical ways to develop better evidence ...
Friday, 02 November 2012
10. Patterns & Pathways of Inequities update
(PHIRN Newsletters/Spring/Summer/Fall 2012)
Dr. Labonté in late 2011 had his Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Globalization and Health Equity renewed for a second 7 year term. His focal studies during this period will be on health worker ...
Friday, 02 November 2012
11. Health as if everybody counted blog
(PHIRN Newsletters/Spring/Summer/Fall 2012)
... social determinants of health; health policy remains unresponsive to evidence of easily remediable inequities within our health care systems. Lack of coverage for outpatient prescription drugs is one conspicuous ...
Thursday, 01 November 2012
12. CHNET-Works!
(PHIRN Newsletters/Spring/Summer/Fall 2012)
...  November 14 PHAC: State of Knowledge of Climate Change and Public Health November 15 CRDCN Income-related inequities in physician use: evidence using linked administrative data from Ontario ...
Thursday, 01 November 2012
13. Recipients of PHIRN 2012 Doctoral Research Awards
(PHIRN Newsletters/Spring/Summer/Fall 2012)
... inequities. Joanne Crawford Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the third most common cancer in men and women, and the second leading cause of cancer deaths in Canada. Population-based screening using the fecal ...
Thursday, 01 November 2012
14. Working Towards Health Equity-Related Policymaking in Ontario
(Working Paper Series: É/Exchange/Working Towards Health Equity-Related Policymaking)
... to the economic and social conditions that shape health and create health inequities. They include amount of income, quality of employment, working conditions, and features of housing. When these factors ...
Thursday, 30 August 2012
15. Built Environment: A Synthesis of Review of Evidence
(É/Exchange Commissioned Paper Series/Commissioned Paper Reports)
... improved health outcomes for Canadians. There is some evidence to suggest that current practices related to the promotion of the built environment may not adequately address inequities in health, and may ...
Wednesday, 01 August 2012
16. Executive Summary
(É/Exchange Commissioned Paper Series/Built Environment: A Synthesis of Review of Eviden)
... for Canadians. There is some evidence to suggest that current practices related to the promotion of the built environment may not adequately address inequities in health, and may even increase disparities. ...
Wednesday, 01 August 2012
17. Executive Summary
(É/Exchange Commissioned Paper Series/Diet and Nutrition: A Synthesis of review evidence)
... for Canadians. There is some evidence to suggest that current practices related to the promotion of healthy dietary behaviours may not adequately address inequities in health, and may even increase disparities. ...
Thursday, 12 July 2012
18. Social Determinants of Health: A Synthesis of Review of Evidence
(É/Exchange Commissioned Paper Series/Commissioned Paper Reports)
... improved health outcomes for Canadians. There is some evidence to suggest that current practices related to the social determinants of health may not adequately address inequities in health, and may even ...
Wednesday, 11 July 2012
19. Health Equity and Prevention Primer
(News|Events/Latest News)
Prevention Institute - Oakland, CA – USA Health Equity Toolkit available online at: http://bit.ly/b8mD39 ……Health inequities are more than disparities or differences in health and safety outcomes. ...
Friday, 08 June 2012
... of working age (25-64 years) that give rise to health inequities. The cost of inaction is measured in terms of the loss of potential social and economic outcomes that might otherwise have accrued to ...
Wednesday, 06 June 2012
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