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Q. Can I become a member of CCSDH?

CCSDH members are recruited through a targeted nomination process based on the recommendations of the Nominations Task Group within the CCSDH.  Membership is drawn from a variety of sectors, including various levels of government, civil society, Aboriginal organizations, business, employers, labour and academia.

There are two types of membership in the CCSDH: Institutional and Individual. Institutional members must be a leading representative of an active network of stakeholders with a role to play in addressing the social determinants of health and reducing health inequalities nationally. They must also have experience in intersectoral collaboration. Individual members are selected on the basis of their knowledge and experience regarding policy, research or intersectoral action on the factors that influence health and wellbeing.

For more information contact the CCSDH Secretariat.

To view the bios of current institutional and individual members, click here