The Portal brings together a broad selection of resources from all six of the National Collaborating Centres (NCCs). Search for resources by clicking on NCC, Type, Topic and Core Competency.
Please note: the Portal is not exhaustive and not all resources are indexed by PHAC Core Competency.
Every day in Canada, research evidence is used to inform decisions in public health. We’ve collected stories from across the country that highlight the use of evidence to inform public health practice, programs and policy in Canada.Read More
Building your capacity to facilitate health equity action: Learning pathways for public health middle managers
This self-directed learning tool is designed for public health middle-managers with diverse experiences, disciplines and tenure. The tool helps cultivate the knowledge, skills and attitudes public health middle managers need to facilitate the development and implementation of public health strategies and interventions that reduce health inequities.Read More
This working tool is used at the NCCHPP to plan knowledge-sharing activities. The NCCHPP is making it publicly available in order to contribute to further reflection and discussion on this topic.Read More
This briefing note explains how to plan and incorporate knowledge-sharing activities while conducting a health impact assessment.Read More
This working tool guides the evaluation of the NCCHPP's knowledge-sharing activities. The NCCHPP is making it publicly available in order to contribute to further reflection and discussion on knowledge sharing.Read More
How can we welcome fathers back into the circle of care in the post-residential school era in Canada? A national gathering hosted by the NCCAH in February 2011 included elders like George Giant, a residential school survivor, and program leaders like Jake Gearheard of the Ilisaqsivik Society helping address social and cultural change for Inuit men in the Arctic. This narrative report accompanies a documentary film that shares the insights of Elders, fathers, matriarchs and participants on strengthening the role for First Nations, Inuit and Métis fathers in communities, programs, research and policies in Canada.Read More