Health Impact Project Launches New Web Feature to Track U.S. HIAs

Health Impact Project Launches New Web Feature to Track U.S. HIAs

The Health Impact Project recently launched a new Web feature to document the rapidly expanding health impact assessment (HIA) work around the country.

By submitting information and sharing your successes and challenges, you will help the Health Impact Project advance smarter policies for healthier communities. The Health Impact Project plans to integrate submissions into a searchable directory, which will be available online later in 2010.

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