October 10 2019
Tenfold: A Podcast on Community Engagement is now live!
This week, we're very excited to launch Tenfold, a weekly podcast about community engagement and public health. Through the stories and experiences of Canadian public health professionals, Tenfold aims to engage listeners in difference and embrace discomfort.
Each week, a different public health professional joins our host Andrea to talk about their experiences with community engagement. Tenfold covers a range of topics from engaging Indigenous communities in a good way to the role of community engagement in knowledge exchange.
Andrea Bodkin is a health promoter who supports public health units in Ontario on a variety of topics such as planning, evaluation, partnerships and community engagement. Podcasting has been a dream of Andrea’s and she’s thrilled to be a part of the PHESC team bringing Tenfold to you.
Visit phesc.ca/podcast to stream Episode 1 and view the show notes now! You can also download episodes on your favourite streaming service, including Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast, Stitcher and TuneIn.
NCCDH Webinar - Governance and decision-making for health equity
October 17, 2019
1:00–2:30 p.m. (ET)
This webinar (in English) will explore principles of governance for health equity. It will outline some of the critical elements relevant to governance that support health equity action. Speakers will discuss approaches to data governance. The webinar will also highlight strategies for effective health equity governance and additional resources for information and guidance.
Click here for more information and to register.
Report - Prevalence and Predictors of Everyday Discrimination in Canada: Findings from the Canadian Community Health Survey
Authors: Ilene Hyman, PhD, Patricia O'Campo PhD, Donna L. Ansara, PhD, Arjumand Siddiqi, ScD, Tonia Forte, Janet Smylie, Deb Finn Mahabir, Kwame McKenzie, MD
National research on discrimination in Canada has been slim. Discrimination impacts many areas of life including health, social and economic participation. This paper reports the prevalence of everyday discrimination experienced by Canadians and uses multivariate regression analysis to explore its socio-demographic and health related predictors. The implications of these findings for social policy are discussed.
Click here to read the paper.