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Public policy development processes? What role can public health actors play? Patrick Fafard's workshop for the NCCHPP on public policy development processes, presented during the 2009 Summer Institute.

Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion. World Health Organization, 1986. On the site of the World Health Organization.

Health promotion, advocacy and health inequalities: a conceptual framework. Carlisle, S. (2000). Health Promotion International, 15, 369-376. Abstract available on the Oxford Journals site.

Advocacy for Healthy Public Policy as a Health Promotion Technology.  MS Word 327 K.  McCubbin, M., Labonté, R., and Dallaire, B. (2001) University of Toronto, Centre for Health Promotion. Available on the site of the Centre for Health Promotion.

Reflections on a 38-year career in public health advocacy: 10 pieces of advice to early career researchers and advocates. Chapman, S. (March 2015) Volume 25, Issue 2. On the site of the Public Health Research & Practice.

Florence Morestin

Dior Ba and Louise St-Pierre, who are both associated with the National Collaborating Centre for Healthy Public Policy argue in this 2007 paper that public health associations can and should play an important role in the development of healthy public policies.
Published in May, 2007. DescriptionRead the paper.  (On the site of RHPEO).
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