Advancing Health Equity

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As a health system, we need to plan for and respond to the unique needs of underserved groups, including transitional aged youth, people living with mental health and substance abuse conditions, isolated seniors, people living in poverty, children with complex needs, newcomers and refugees. We must continue to plan for our Indigenous and Francophone communities. The Mississauga Halton LHIN continues to enhance health equity capacity through evidence-based decision making that is inclusive, transparent and that leverages collaborative partnerships. With a lens that is culturally and linguistically appropriate, we continue to strive to embed health equity in all that we do. Health Equity capacity is built by:

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Additional Resources

Health Equity Symposiums

Health Equity Word Doodle

Resources

French Language Services

Indigenous Engagement

Patient Engagement and Community Outreach


2018 Health Equity Symposium

Watch the videos from Mississauga Halton LHIN's 2018 Health Equity Symposium: Transforming Health Care Through Equity-Informed Data.


Mississauga Halton LHIN Contacts:

Elizabeth Molinaro, Lead, French Language Services  

Elizabeth.Molinaro@lhins.on.ca