Cancer screening rates in Ontario aren’t as high as they should be, and nowhere near provincial benchmarks. But Ontario’s Community Health Centres are seizing opportunities to increase screening rates with a robust health equity approach.
Across Ontario’s political spectrum, support is growing for a Basic Income Guarantee. The idea isn’t a new one, and the reasons for the growing support are many.
InThe Book of Negroes, The Illegal as well as many other works, Hill has written extensively about social inequality- in particular racism. In advance of his conference keynote, Lawrence Hill joined us for a brief conversation to set the stage.
Across the province, CHCs are leading a ground-breaking initiative called “TeamCare”. It connects 370 primary care physicians and more than 4,500 of the people they serve, with 17 CHCs who have decades’ worth of in-depth of experience serving people with complex needs.
Learning sessions now posted online! Register today for the Shift the Conversation: Community Health and Wellbeing conference.
In the months to come, we'll be bringing you stories that show the impacts health promotion and health equity programs have when they’re embedded in Comprehensive Primary Health Care.