National HIA Meeting 2012 Analytic Tools & Data Sources for Assessment

National HIA Meeting 2012 Analytic Tools & Data Sources for Assessment

OVERVIEW

This session is a discussion of the various tools and data sources typically used in assessment, but also a discussion of some uncommon ones.

Moderator: Elizabeth Fuller, Georgia Health Policy Center

Hope Roobol, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Moving Beyond Where’s Waldo: Finding Data for Health Impact Assessments (PDF)

Brian Cole, UCLA School of Public Health

Analytic Methods for HIA: An Overview (PDF)

Lindsey Realmuto, San Francisco Department of Public Health

Focus on New Baseline Conditions, Indicators & Analytic Approaches (PDF)

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