2012 National HIA Meeting Agenda

2012 National HIA Meeting Agenda

Welcome & Opening Remarks

Brief welcome from each of the meeting sponsors.

Day 1

Introductory Keynote Address: The Need for HIA

Jonathan Fielding, Director and Health Officer, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health

Day 1

Plenary Panel: State of the Practice & Impacts of HIA

Moderator: Andrew Dannenberg

Speakers: Aaron Wernham, Keshia Pollack, Lea den Broeder

Day 1

Concurrent Breakout Sessions I

Policy Maker Track: HIA Examples from Practice in Various Policy Settings

HIA 101 Track: Introduction to HIA with Case Studies

Day 1

General Sessions

HIA in Incarceration & Education Policy

HIA & the Built Environment

HIA in Transportation

Day 1

Lunch & Plenary Panel: How Do You Make HIA Stick?

Moderator: Doug Farquhar

Panelists: Rajiv Bhatia, Suzanne Condon, Paul Anderson, Patrick Harris

Day 1

Concurrent Breakout Sessions II

Policy Maker Track: Approaches to Implementing HIA

HIA 101 Track: Choosing an Appropriate Topic for your HIA

Day 1

General Sessions

HIA & Housing Policy

Building Capacity for HIA at the State & Local Levels

HIA in the International Community

Day 1

Concurrent Breakout Sessions III & Concurrent Working Groups

Policy Maker Track: Institutionalizing HIA

HIA 101 Track: Choosing a Focus for Your HIA

Day 1

Working Group Sessions

Funding HIA for Success

HIA Information Toolkit: Data, Methods & Models from the HIA Community of Practice

Day 1

Poster Session

Day 1

Concurrent Networking Reception

Day 1

Breakfast Roundtable Discussions

Day 2

Plenary Session: The Importance of the Community Perspective in HIA

Moderator: Kim Gilhuly

Panelists: Ame-Lia Tamburrini, Kate Hess Pace, Aaron Wernham, Pilar Lorenzana-Campo

Day 2

Concurrent Breakout Sessions I

HIA 101 Track: Tools, Guidelines & Resources for HIA

Day 2

General Sessions

The Integration of HIA into Environmental Assessment Processes

Standards & Guidance for HIA

Analytic Tools & Data Sources for Assessment

Good Health & Good Work: How Labor Policy HIAs Impact Strategies & Messages to Protect Workers

Day 2

Networking Lunch

Day 2

Plenary Session: Research & Evaluation About the Field of HIA

Moderator: Kara Vonasek

Panelists: Diana Charbonneau, Katherine Hebert, James Hodge

Day 2

Concurrent Breakout Sessions II

HIA 101 Track: HIA Epcot: A Walk Through the Sectors of HIA

Day 2

General Sessions

Ensuring Equity in HIAs

Teaching HIA in Universities

Policy HIAs: Case Examples

What HIA Looks Like from Outside the Health Sector

Day 2

Concluding Plenary Remarks

So, Where Do We All Go from Here?

Day 2

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