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Welcome to the Western Public Health Casebooks page. Herein you will find teaching cases authored by students, faculty members, and community partners, as well as summaries of the Integrative Workshops that were held over the last few years. Our goal is to create a searchable database of freely available public health cases, for use by any program across the world.

We welcome feedback and comments on these cases. To do this, please be in touch via the program’s email: publichealth@schulich.uwo.ca.

These casebooks can also be found on our site .

Current Casebook: 2018

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Preface
Amardeep Thind

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Acknowledgements
Gerald McKinley and Shannon Sibbald

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Case 2 : Good Food Box: Generative Relationships and Scenario Planning in Public Health
Andrew Butti, Amy Campbell, Jessica Love, and Amardeep Thind

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Case 3 : “School, Interrupted”
Elizabeth Dent and Shannon L. Sibbald

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Case 5: Making Oral Health Care More Palatable
Mark Gera, Lindsey Farias, Edesiri Udoh, and Gerald McKinley

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Case 6 : On the Road to Change: The Difficulties of Evaluating Social Marketing Campaigns in Public Health
Patricia Johnpillai, Pamela Fuselli, Valerie Smith, Scott Watson, and Mark Speechley

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Case 9 : Managing Expectations: Lyme Disease
Nitin Mohan, Michel Deilgat, and Ava John-Baptiste

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Case 10 : Middlesex-London’s Public Health Emergency: HIV in People Who Inject Drugs
Daniel E. Murcia Monroy, Tamara Thompson, and Amanda Terry

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Case 12 : Housing and Health: A Human Rights Approach to Wellbeing
Amanda Steger, Johanna Macdonald, and Amardeep Thind

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Case 13 : The Abokobi Open Dump
Matthew Tersigni, Reginald Quansah, and Amardeep Thind

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Case 14 : Rural Residence and Associated Health Disparities: The Case of Chatham-Kent
Kate Turner, Stanley Ing, Laura Zettler, and Gerald McKinley

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Case 15 : Going Beyond the Wheel Chair Ramp: Public Health Sudbury & Districts’ Plan to Become Accessible to All
Akshay Varghese, Laurel O’Gorman, Joelle Martel, David Groulx, and Mark Speechley

Editors

Gerald McKinley, PhD

Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine,
Schulich Interfaculty Program in Public Health,
Western University,
London, Canada

Shannon L. Sibbald, PhD

School of Health Studies,
Department of Family Medicine,
Schulich Interfaculty Program in Public Health,
Western University
London, Canada