HIA Research Article Selected as one of the Most Influential of 2011

HIA Research Article Selected as one of the Most Influential of 2011

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A research article about health impact assessments has been selected as one of the Most Influential Research Articles of 2011.

The paper, “Health Impact Assessments Are Needed In Decision Making About Environmental And Land-Use Policy,” was authored by Health Impact Project director Aaron Wernham and selected based on research and popularity as revealed by the number of visits each article collected since published to the RWJF website.

Popular vote determines the top five papers. Please consider sharing.

This year’s winners will be announced in the next issue of Evidence Matters to be released in early 2012.


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