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Cultural humility: learning to see what the eyes cannot
"Using the analogy of the dance floor in evaluating inclusion, you can ask many questions. Are you allowed to dance? Do you know how to dance? What part of the floor can you dance on? Is it designed so that you can participate?"
crhesi  centre-for-research-on-health-equity-and-social-inclusion  validated 
4 days ago by knowle.mobi
Patient engagement in research can improve health and the health system
"Does engaging patients in research projects improve health? A comprehensive collection of 17 innovative Demonstration projects – from youth involvement in mental health services to suicide prevention, Indigenous health, children with complex medical needs and more – highlights the value of patient engagement in research."
crhesi  centre-for-research-on-health-equity-and-social-inclusion  validated 
6 days ago by knowle.mobi
Access Alliance: Our Community-based Research Tools
"Peer researchers are members of the research team who identify with a community or group of interest and have lived experience of the issue being studied. In most cases, they are not directly affiliated with an academic institution or community organization."
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6 days ago by knowle.mobi
Blog post: Recognition of Rights Framework risks terminating rights for Indigenous people
"The proposed framework functions like a cage, a legal apparatus that assumes all sovereignty and jurisdiction belong to the federal and provincial governments. It provides Indigenous nations with little more than space to administer federally approved governance within legislated boundaries."
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6 days ago by knowle.mobi
To dream together: Indigenous peoples and human rights dialogue report
"People most often described reconciliation as a project and process of decolonization. This involved restoring just and equitable relationships on an interpersonal, institutional and societal level, including by fulfilling existing Indigenous rights and treaty obligations, and, more fundamentally, respecting Indigenous sovereignty and restoring “true partnership” on an equal footing"
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6 days ago by knowle.mobi
Where is the outrage? 1.3M traffic deaths per year
"Every year, 1.3 million people die on roads around the world... Crashes are the leading cause of death for young people between the ages of five and 29, and the numbers continue to rise. But public health officials face a battle to get attention focused on the issue."
crhesi  centre-for-research-on-health-equity-and-social-inclusion  validated 
7 days ago by knowle.mobi
Webinar: 'Separate Beds' with Maureen Lux (Dec 4, 11AM & 2PM)
"Separate Beds is the shocking story of Canada's system of segregated health care. Operated by the same bureaucracy that was expanding health care opportunities for most Canadians, the "Indian Hospitals" were underfunded, understaffed, overcrowded, and rife with coercion and medical experimentation. Established to keep the Aboriginal tuberculosis population isolated, they became a means of ensuring that other Canadians need not share access to modern hospitals with Aboriginal patients."
crhesi  centre-for-research-on-health-equity-and-social-inclusion  validated 
12 days ago by knowle.mobi
IDRC Research Award: Advisory Committee on Research Ethics 2019
"IDRC’s Advisory Committee on Research Ethics (ACRE) seeks a research awardee who can support research ethics programming activities and make a scholarly contribution to research ethics in international development."
crhesi  heidi  centre-for-research-on-health-equity-and-social-inclusion  validated 
13 days ago by knowle.mobi
How to build functional and more appealing winter cities
"How do you make winter cities more functional and appealing? The answer lies in social inclusion and economic engagement, according to new research by University of Alberta experts in human geography and urban planning."
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13 days ago by knowle.mobi
London Celebrates Int'l Human Rights Day (Dec 14)
"This conference and the content provided will directly benefit the staff, management and executive leadership whose work involves human rights, labour relations, equity and inclusion, policy development, policy review and update, leadership development, workplace harassment, and violence prevention."
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14 days ago by knowle.mobi
Healing Us vs Them: A Leadership Rendez-Vous (Nov 14, 6:00)
"Leadership Rendezvous... a place where leaders come together in community to authentically and safely explore leadership for these VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) times."
crhesi  centre-for-research-on-health-equity-and-social-inclusion  validated 
15 days ago by knowle.mobi
Public Health Agency » Canadian Best Practices Portal : Health Equity
"The Best Practices Section of the Portal is a searchable list of chronic disease prevention and health promotion interventions which provides program planners and public health practitioners with easy and immediate access to successful public health programs, interventions and policies that have been evaluated and have the potential to be adapted and used."
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15 days ago by knowle.mobi
Deer Lake's inclusion awareness cube a different take on community support
"...the inclusion cube, a sculpture based on the famous toy the Rubik's cube with the idea of bringing people together to solve a kind of a puzzle."
crhesi  centre-for-research-on-health-equity-and-social-inclusion  validated 
17 days ago by knowle.mobi
Still Quotable... Knowledge Network on Health Systems (WHO Commission Report, June 2007)
"Social determinants usually identified as influencing health and health equity include those such as housing, employment and education (the so-called ‘upstream’ factors). Growing evidence from a range of disciplinary perspectives shows, however, that health systems are themselves social determinants. They are seen more commonly as ‘downstream’ determinants (for example, in the extent to which they allow access by the disadvantaged to health care services), but this report shows how health systems have ‘upstream’ influence as well, extending even to impacts on the broader socio-political environment."
crhesi  centre-for-research-on-health-equity-and-social-inclusion  validated 
19 days ago by knowle.mobi
Treaties Matter: A View from Walpole Island First Nation (Nov 6, 3:30 PM)
"This presentation chronicles and explores the pre-Confederation Treaties between the British Imperial Crown and the ancestors of the Walpole Island First Nation (WIFN) and their homeland in what is known today as southwestern Ontario."
crhesi  centre-for-research-on-health-equity-and-social-inclusion  validated 
20 days ago by knowle.mobi
Aligning Outcomes and Spending: Canadian Experiences with Value-Based Healthcare
"Value-based healthcare (VBHC) links dollars spent to outcomes that matter to patients, rather than to the volume of services or to specific processes or products that may or may not achieve those outcomes."
crhesi  centre-for-research-on-health-equity-and-social-inclusion  validated 
20 days ago by knowle.mobi
Dreams Deferred: A Survey on the Impact of Intimate Partner Violence on Survivors’ Education, Careers, and Economic Security
"The survey reveals how the economic dimensions of abuse permeate survivors’ lives, creating a complex set of needs that make it difficult to exit abusive relationships and move forward in recovery. Seventy-three percent of respondents said they had stayed with an abusive partner longer than they wanted or returned to them for economic reasons."
crhesi  centre-for-research-on-health-equity-and-social-inclusion  validated 
20 days ago by knowle.mobi
How to Improve the Health of Survivors of Domestic Violence
"Our preliminary findings are clear: increasing access to health care for survivors of domestic violence leads to better health outcomes."
crhesi  centre-for-research-on-health-equity-and-social-inclusion  validated 
20 days ago by knowle.mobi
Supporting Students with Special Needs
"Today only 39 of 72 school boards across Ontario have policies in place to address the need for service animals in schools, leaving students vulnerable and parents facing challenges to support their child's special needs."
crhesi  centre-for-research-on-health-equity-and-social-inclusion  validated 
20 days ago by knowle.mobi

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