Casebook 2021


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Chapter 1: Case teaching when case counts are rising: Teaching online using cases during a global pandemic 

Case 1 : Artificial Intelligence in Primary Care: Implementing New Technology into Existing Systems  (Keywords: Artificial intelligence, decision-making criteria, electronic medical records, information technology, preventive care)

Case 2: The Silent Epidemic of Gender Inequality in Rwandan Refugee Camps (Keywords: Gender equality, Gender-based violence, unintended pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections, refugee youth, Rwanda, sexual and reproductive health, sociocultural determinants of health, stakeholder engagement and collaboration)

Case 3 : Melcom and the COVID-19 Pandemic: Working Toward a Resilient Food Business Industry Resilient Food Business Industry  (Keywords: Corporate social responsibility; community; COVID-19; food insecurity; food business industry; pandemic; partnerships; program planning; resiliency; service industry; situational assessment; stakeholder analysis/engagement)

Case 4: Journeying Together—Unlearning is the New Learning (keywords: Cultural competent care; transferable knowledge; un-learning; intersectionality; stigma; oppression; racism; social and cultural determinants of health; trauma; trauma- and violenceinformed care)

Case 5: A Stakeholder Analysis: Developing an Indigenous-Specific Intercultural Competency Training Module (Part A) (keywords: Health equity; marginalized populations; intercultural competency; health care worker education; stakeholder analysis and engagement)

Case 6: A Rapid Risk Assessment Tool: Determining the Risk of New/Emerging/Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases in Canada (keywords: Emergency preparedness; infectious disease; outbreak management; rapid risk assessment; risk assessment; rapid risk assessment tools; risk communication; Zika virus disease)

Case 7: Implementation Research: A Strategy for Developing Indigenous-Specific Intercultural Competency Training Programs (Part B) (keywords: Intercultural competence; cultural safety; health equity; evaluation program; implementation research; Indigenous health; stakeholder; training program)

Case 8: Case Attribution for COVID-19: Who Counts What? (keywords: Case attribution; case management; COVID-19; public health emergency; pandemic; regional governance; jurisdictional governance; public health response; communicable diseases; infectious diseases; notifiable diseases) 

Case 9: Gun Violence: A Public Health Issue? (keywords: Gun violence; injury prevention; logic model; program evaluation; program planning; social determinants of health; trauma-informed approach; violence-prevention initiatives; stigmatization; youth; Stop The Bleed)

Case 10: Lost in Translation: Developing Strategies for Indigenous People who have Cancer, Limited English Proficiency, and Limited Health Literacy (keywords: Cancer; concept map; COVID-19; English proficiency; First Nations; health communication; health education; health literacy; Indigenous people; Mohawk language; pandemic; residential schools; traditional medicine/healing; Two-Eyed Seeing; The Causal Pathway)

Case 11: Evaluating a Public Health Program for Continuous Quality Improvement: Options and Methods in a Time of Pandemic (keywords: Client experience; COVID-19; logic model; mandatory services; pandemic; pool safety; program evaluation; Public Health; public health inspection; quality assurance; regulation; service delivery; surveys)

Case 12: Eyes on the Supplies: Improving Canada’s National Emergency Stockpile System (NESS) (keywords: All-hazards approach; emergency management; emergency preparedness; stakeholder consultation; COVID-19; National Emergency Stockpile System; emergency supply mobilization; emergency resource capacity; systems-level thinking; shelf-life extension programs; Indigenous community consultation)

Case 13: From Bench to Classroom: Knowledge Translation in School Mental Health Initiatives (keywords: Adolescents; health promotion planning; knowledge translation; mental health; school-based programs; self-harm; social media; online communities; cyberbullying)

Case 14: Hiring a Competent Health Promoter: Can Competency Statements Help? (keywords: Health promotion; health promoter; hiring; management; Pan-Canadian Health Promoter Competencies; qualifications, careers)

Case 15: When the Midnight Train is the First of Many: Dealing with Irregular and Unsafe Railway Crossings in the City of London (keywords: Health promotion; municipal government; pedestrian safety; railway; stakeholder analysis)