Equity Lens in Public Health (ELPH)

Trevor Hancock honoured at CPHA 2017

Congratulations to ELPH co-PI Trevor Hancock who received the R.D Defries Award! This is Canadian Public Heath Association's highest honour. "Arguably, no individual Canadian has done more to advance the public health importance of the ecological determinants of health." CPHA 2017.

Bernie Pauly and Marjorie MacDonald at CPHA 2017

At CPHA 2017, ELPH was very well-represented! We co-hosted a pre-conference workshop and a health equity tools workshop, presented six oral presentation and one poster!

Equity Lens in Public Health is a 5-year program of public health research at the University of Victoria. Find out more: ELPH research program.

Health equity tools second inventory

We are pleased to present our second inventory of health equity tools (pdf).

Health Equity Tools: It’s Not Just the Tool that Matters

Check out our new "Critical Reflections for Health Equity Tools" resource here


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National Collaborating Centre for Determinates of Health

This Programmatic Grant in Health and Health Equity is funded by:


Canadian Institutes of Health Research

Institute of Aboriginal Health  $42,225      

Institute of Population & Public Health  $1,332,775

For project updates and more information on other Programmatic Grants to Tackle Health and Health Equity funded by CIHR's Institute of Poplulation and Public Health (IPPH) click here.


Public Health Agency of Canada

Infectious Disease and Emergency Preparedness Branch  $625,000

Total: $2,000,000