National HIA Meeting 2013: General Session – Leveraging Academic Institutions in HIA Work

National HIA Meeting 2013: General Session – Leveraging Academic Institutions in HIA Work

Academia represents a sector wealthy in data and methodological resources that can be tapped in the implementation of the HIA process. This session will explore the opportunities and benefits, along with the challenges, of engaging academia in HIA. Leading practitioners in the field will present details of their work and offer strategies for how academia can get involved in HIA practice.

Moderator:

Alexandra Nolen, University of Texas Medical Branch Center to Eliminate Health Disparities

Participants:

William Daniell, University of Washington

Katrina Korfmacher, University of Rochester

Benjamin Evans, Virginia Commonwealth University

Alexandra Nolen, University of Texas Medical Branch Center to Eliminate Health Disparities

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