Welcome to the Engaging for Health Equity resource library.
We’ve compiled relevant articles and resources that explore COVID-19 and considerations of equity, the structural and social determinants of health, and vulnerable populations. Discover policy papers, webinars, articles and more! Please use the search function below to search by topic or resource type. To suggest a resource for this resource library, please contact us.
We have curated our top resources for community leaders, front-line staff and community practitioners to prepare for and address the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and promote community resilience.
Pandemic planning considerations for individuals, community or organizations working with people who are homeless.
Concrete steps and worksheet space to build Mental Health resilience; and a list of Mental Health supports.
Watch the Food Secure Canada webinar on using food policy for transformative change.
Let’s Talk: Health Equity explores the concepts of health equity and promotes discussion and understanding designed to spark dialogue, reflection, and action to address the social determinants of health.
Everyone should have the opportunity to achieve good health. But, as Dr. Camara Phyllis Jones explains through her cliff analogy, that’s often not the case.
Tenfold is a podcast about community engagement and public health.
What is health equity? This report from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation aims to increase consensus and promote discussion around the meaning of health equity and the implications for acting on it.
Closing the Gap in a Generation: Health Equity through Action on the Social Determinants of Health is the final report of the WHO Commission on Social Determinants of Health.
EQUIP Health Care presents three key dimensions of equity-oriented health care (EOHC) and ten strategies to guide organizations in enhancing capacity for equity-oriented health care.
Equity and Health Literacy during COVID-19 in Saskatchewan: An Interview with Erin Beckwell, Knowledge Translation Specialist
Erin Beckwell explores what health literacy means, the risks of not considering health literacy during COVID-19, and promising practices that have emerged in response to the crisis.
Dr. Rachel Engler-Stringer discusses the changing face of community food security in Saskatchewan during the COVID-19 crisis. Watch the video or read the transcript and key insights.
In this one-page fact sheet Dr. Stephen Gaetz outlines 5 recommendations for addressing the needs of people experiencing homelessness during COVID-19.