Health Sciences Building, 155 College Street
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Public Health Research Day, University of Toronto, Department of Public
Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine--Inequalities in Health: what are
they, how do we account for them, how do we measure them?
- Social inequality, psychosocial factors and CHD: What have we learned over the last 25 years?
- Been There, Done That? Historical and International Perspectives on Social Inequalities and Health
- Community versus Scientific Perspectives on Measuring and Reducing Health Inequalities
- Political economy, class and SES related health inequalities
- Measuring Health Inequalities and Acting on the Research
- Health Inequality and Social Class: What Can Social Epidemiology Tell Us?
- The Medium is the Message: Using Creative Methods to Translate Knowledge and Build Empathy
- Measuring and Investigating Health Disparities
- Community-Based Participatory Research for Reducing Inequalities in Health
For more information, visit http://www.phs.utoronto.ca/PHSday2006.asp.