National HIA Meeting 2013 - Breakout Session

Institutionalizing HIA in Challenging Political Contexts

National HIA Meeting 2013 - Breakout Session

OVERVIEW

This session presents efforts to institutionalize HIA and create sustainable partnerships for the consideration of health in decision‐making in three diverse settings. The discussion will include how changes in political or social context have influenced HIA capacity and implementation activities, and outlines strategies that have been met with success for continued HIA practice.

Moderator:

Marjory Givens, Health Impact Project, The Pew Charitable Trusts

Presentations:

Maya Pack, South Carolina Institute for Medicine and Public Health

Institutionalizing HIA in Challenging Political Contexts: South Carolina (PDF)

Paula Tran Inzeo, University of Wisconsin Madison

HIA in Wisconsin (PDF)

Paul Anderson, State of Alaska, Division of Public Health

Alaska’s Early Experience With Institutionalization Of Health Impact Assessment (PDF)

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