Prof. Dennis Raphael, PhD, York University Toronto Canada

Dennis Raphael, PhD, is a Professor of Health Policy and Management at York University in Toronto. The most recent of his over 300 scientific publications focus on the health effects of income inequality and poverty, the quality of life of communities and individuals, and the impact of government decisions on Canadians’ health and well-being. Dr. Raphael is editor of “Social Determinants of Health: Canadian Perspectives” and “Tackling Health Inequalities: Lessons from International Experiences”, co-editor of “Staying Alive: Critical Perspectives on Health, Illness, and Health Care” and author of “Poverty in Canada: Implications for Health and Quality of Life.  Two new books: “Immigration, Public Policy, and Health: Newcomer Experiences in Developed Nations” and the 2nd edition of “Health and Illness” were published in the Fall of 2016.



Health Policy and Management, Health effects of Income Inequality