National HIA Meeting 2013 - Breakout Session

How Partnerships Help You "Get It Done"

National HIA Meeting 2013 - Breakout Session

OVERVIEW

This session will consider a partnership model of conducting HIAs that has community organizers sharing equally with HIA researchers in HIA decision‐making, research, and communications tasks. Presenters will address why this model works to achieve the values of equity, democracy, transparency, ethical use of evidence, and elevation of the voice of those impacted by decisions.

Moderator:

Joseph Ralph, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Presentations:

Tim Choi, San Francsico Department of Public Health

HIA Partnerships - Lessons Learned (PDF)

Ben Wood, Massachusetts Department of Public Health

HIA and Partnership Development (PDF)

Kim Gilhuly, Human Impact Partners

Stakeholder Analysis Table (PDF)

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