National HIA Meeting 2013 - Breakout Session

Teaching HIA in University Settings

National HIA Meeting 2013 - Breakout Session

OVERVIEW

This session will discuss resources and learning activities that are being used to educate HIA practitioners. What are the logistics involved in including a service‐learning project with the course? What content should be standardized to include in the course? How do you encourage inter‐professional participation? The session will also discuss alternatives to teaching traditional HIA within the context of new data dissemination tools and strategies.

Moderator:

Cynthia Stone, Indiana University

Moderator:

Cynthia Stone, Indiana University
Keshia Pollack, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Andrew Dannenberg, University of Washington School of Public Health

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