The Monitor, January/February 2021

A broader vision of public health
December 31, 2020
3.87 MB

"If we learn anything from COVID-19," write Lindsay McLaren and Trish Hennessy in their cover feature for this issue, "it should be that we need to build and foster a more comprehensive version of public health that acts on what we know about the social determinants of well-being." Economy and health are not separate things, they argue, and public health policy should not be limited to matters of primary care. Other contributors to this issue consider what's missing, what's currently overlooked, and were major TLC is needed in how we care for one another in Canada.

Here's a sample of what you'll find inside the January/Feburary Monitor:

OSOS Cover ImageThis print version of this issue of the Monitor also includes the Winter 2021 edition of Our Schools / Our Selves, which you can download below.

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Monitor cover illustration by Amy Thompson.

OS/OS cover by Tim Scarth.

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