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10 Promising Practices Fact Sheets

As part of a 2009 Canadian Health Services Research Foundation Fellowship (Executive Training in Research Application – EXTRA), the Sudbury & District Health Unit identified 10 practices that are promising in their potential to reduce social inequities in health in our communities. These fact sheets are designed to help public health practitioners and our community partners apply each of the 10 Promising Practices to reduce social inequities in health. They have a common format that identifies essential components, key issues, and tools and resources for each Promising Practice.

The 10 Promising Practices Fact Sheets:

  1. Targeting With Universalism
  2. Purposeful Reporting
  3. Social Marketing
  4. Health Equity Target Setting
  5. Equity-Focused Health Impact Assessment
  6. Competencies/Organizational Standards
  7. Contribution to the Evidence Base
  8. Early Childhood Development
  9. Community Engagement
  10. Intersectoral Action


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