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The National Collaborating Centre for Healthy Public Policy (NCCHPP) has a goal of supporting public health actors across Canada in their efforts to promote healthy public policies  Visit the Website




The Healthy Public Policy Research Group (Groupe d'étude sur les politiques publiques et la santé. GÉPPS) has a research focus on the processes involved in producing public policies, from their emergence to their evaluation, analyzed through the perspective of their impacts on health.  Visit the Website


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The Public Policy and Health Portal is a portal that makes knowledge and practices relating to healthy public policy easily accessible.

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Can changes to food environments influence consumption?
This review investigated whether altering the availability or proximity of food (including non‐alcoholic beverages), alcohol, and tobacco products changed people's selection (such as purchasing) or consumption of those products. Mindful of its limitations, the current evidence suggests that changing the number of available food options or changing where foods are positioned could contribute to meaningful changes in behaviour, justifying policy actions to promote such changes to food environments.


Healthy, prosperous lives for all: the European Health Equity Status Report
The WHO Health Equity Status Report considers the drivers of health equity, namely the factors fundamental to creating more equitable societies: policy coherence, accountability, social participation and empowerment. The report provides evidence of the indicators driving health inequities in each of the 53 Member States of the Region as well as the solutions to reducing these inequities.


Implementing health in all policies - Lessons from around the world
The Health Foundation commissioned the UK Health Forum to analyse international examples where national, regional or local governments have introduced policies or programmes to improve health and reduce health inequalities through actions outside the health sector. Each case study offers practical insights about the realities of implementing health in all policies and what this might mean for policymakers and practitioners in the UK. The collection demonstrates several critical ingredients for creating and sustaining a health in all policies approach, as well as the challenges to delivering cross-sectoral partnerships for health.


L’Anses accueille le lancement de la 2ème stratégie nationale sur les perturbateurs endocriniens
This new strategy aims to reduce the population's exposure to endocrine disruptors and environmental contamination through research and expertise, public information, training of professionals and better regulation. Endocrine disruptors are chemicals that can interfere with the hormonal system of living organisms. In order to reduce the exposure of the population and the impacts on the environment, France is the first country to have a national strategy on endocrine disruptors.


12th EPH Conference - Building bridges for solidarity and public health
This conference will take place in Marseille, France from 20-23 November 2019.The conference is organised around the following themes: 1) Building bridges for migration in a planetary context, 2) Health as a tool for better integration of migrants, 3) Bridging for an interdisciplinary approach to public health to implement the Sustainable Development Goals, 4) Migrant and refugee inequalities in urban settings and changing public health practice, 5) Building global bridges between public health communities.



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 Guide pratique pour l'EIS
English version pending
 Health determinants booklet




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