This workshop was a dialogue to discuss key aspects of evaluating health inequities with the goal of increasing evaluation utility and improving program outcomes for those who need it the most. In the context of evaluating health inequities, key questions for discussion included:
- How do you incorporate evaluative thinking in planning policies and programs to address health inequities?
- What kinds of actionable knowledge can evaluations of health inequities generate?
- How do we build performance measurement systems that incorporate equity in a meaningful way?
- How can a human rights lens be used to improve evaluations?
Lead Discussants were:
- Orielle Solar, School of Public Health (University of Chile); formerly with Ministry of Health (Chile) and WHO
- Nalini Pandalangat, Director, Newcomer Health and Specialty Services (Sherbourne Health Centre)
- Joyce Edem, Community Development Coordinator (Hospice Toronto)
- Leslie Morris, Community Outreach (Community Resource Connections of Toronto)
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