The NCCDH Resource library is always evolving with entries that are relevant and geared to practice. Each featured resource has either been recently published or is foundational to current health equity thinking in public health.
Follow the links below to check out the following new additions:
- Austerity and the embodiment of neoliberalism as ill-health: Towards a theory of biological sub-citizenship
- A 2016 paper by Dr. Matthew Sparke that sheds light on the inequitable global health impacts of austerity and pro-market policies.
- What Is Health Equity? And What Difference Does a Definition Make?
- This 2017 resource from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation explores the key elements that span the multiple definitions of health equity, as well as offering guiding principles for action in this area.
- Public Health: A Conceptual Framework (2nd Edition)
- A 2017 working paper from the Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA) that outlines the underlying principles of public health practice that will be used to define the CPHA’s policy options.
- Health Equity Tools 2.0
- An inventory from the University of Victoria’s Equity Lens in Public Health (ELPH) project that describes 112 tools that public health practitioners can use to support the systemic promotion of health equity.