Social determinants approaches to public health: from concept to practice, a collection of 13 case studies addressing social determinants of health
The thirteen case studies contained in this publication documents the real-life challenges in implementing health programmes using a social determinants approach, including the challenges in scaling up, managing policy changes, managing intersectoral processes, adjusting design and ensuring sustainability.
Monitoring Equity in Access to AIDS Treatment Programmes: A review of concepts, models, methods and indicators
This toolkit, produced by WHO and EQUINET, is a practical resource on how to apply the body of knowledge on health equity to monitoring the performance of AIDS treatment programmes, and offers insights for monitoring equity in other programmes.
Social determinants of sexual and reproductive health: Informing future research and programme implementation
The chapters included in this volume were commissioned to describe the evidence of a relationship between the social determinants of interest and sexual and reproductive health, as well as to describe promising programmes which seek specifically to reduce observed inequities in health and/or address social structures which inhibit access to and use of sexual and reproductive health services.
Priority Public Health Conditions Knowledge Network: guides for phase 1, 2 & 3, 2007
The PPHC KN involved three phases: Phase 1: Analysis of public health conditions; Phase 2: Interventions and Implementation; and, Phase 3: Measurement. Tools were developed to support the public health programmes to do the analysis at each phase. The tools can be downloaded below: