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Making The Connections: Our City, Our Society, Our Health

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on 4 April 2014

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Transcript of Making The Connections: Our City, Our Society, Our Health

And how do we move toward a healthier future?
Many would say our
health care
Doctors
Drugs
Hospitals
What else...?
What is good health?
Some of today's most prevalent
Heart disease
Diabetes
Child obesity
Depression
... But what are the causes of these issues?
Let's look at the
underlying differences
unhealthy
healthy
People with low income are more likely to report poor health
Although immigrants arrive healthier than people born in Canada, their health generally declines over time
Neighbourhoods where good transit, healthy food, and public services are difficult to access are more likely to have higher diabetes rates
future?
BIG PICTURE
live
work
play
eat
SOCIAL
DETERMINANTS
OF HEALTH
Big complex web of interconnections and feedback
Social Determinants of Health
One change can trigge
r

many more changes

The possibilities are endless
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Our
Society's
Health
How often do we talk about what happens
before the doctor?
Health care issues
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An exhibit on the Social Determinants of Health by
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