AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting Publishes Brief on HIA Based on Panel Led by Aaron Wernham

AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting Publishes Brief on HIA Based on Panel Led by Aaron Wernham

AcademyHealth's Annual Research Meeting took place in Boston at the end of June. A public release for the event stated that the meeting brought together "more than 2,300 researchers, policymakers and practitioners."

As a result of a panel on health impact assessment (HIA), AcademyHealth recently published a brief entitled "Research Informing Policy: The Potential of Health Impact Assessments." At the meeting, Health Impact Project Director Aaron Wernham gave a presentation by the same title.

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