National HIA Meeting 2013 - Breakout Session

Building Capacity to Support HIA at the State and Regional Level

National HIA Meeting 2013 - Breakout Session

OVERVIEW

Building local capacity to support implementation of HIAs is an important component of promoting and sustaining the use of HIA. Four case examples will share different practitioners’ experiences in developing statewide and regional programs to promote the use of HIAs.

Moderator:

Kristin Raab, Minnesota Department of Health

Presentations:

Kristin Raab, Minnesota Department of Health

Michele Scanze, Arizona Department of Health Services

Katherine Hebert, Town of Davidson, North Carolina

Andrea Hamberg, Oregon Health Authority

Oregon's HIA Capacity Building Program (PDF)

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