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NCCDH & PHESC - On-Demand Webinar 4: Moving upstream (Working across sectors to decrease health inequities)

  • 01 Nov 2020
  • Webinar

Webinars: PHESC On-Demand Webinar Series

(Presented in English or French - Présenté en anglais ou en français)

This on-demand webinar series, offered through the 2018–2020 Public Health Training for Equitable Systems Change (PHESC) project, will help you better understand the requirements of the Ontario Public Health Standards through a health equity lens. 

Full series duration: Six ~30-minute modules (approximately 3.5 hours to complete in full)

Format: On-demand, meaning that these webinars are pre-recorded and can be viewed at any time. 

Location: Online

Cost: Free

Contact the NCCDH ( for more information.


On-Demand Webinar 4:

The NCCDH will launch this on-demand webinar on multi-sectoral collaboration to decrease health inequities.

In line with requirement #3 of the Health Equity Standard under the Ontario Public Health Standards, and guideline 6.3 of the Ontario Health Equity Guideline, 2018, this on-demand webinar will describe the importance of upstream interventions and building effective and equitable partnerships with key health and non-health sector partners.

This content explores the meaning of transformative social change in the public health context, and engagement as a reflection of philosophy, goals and values.

Listeners will learn about

  • the importance of upstream interventions;
  • strategies for partnership to contribute to effective local strategies that decrease health inequities;
  • key health and non-health sector partners relevant to your public health work; and
  • upstream interventions that address the social determinants of health and work to influence decision-making and policy.

Register here for "On-Demand Webinar 4"

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