National HIA Meeting 2013: General Session – Training HIA Practitioners

National HIA Meeting 2013: General Session – Training HIA Practitioners

OVERVIEW

As the U.S. continues to build national capacity for conducting HIA, several efforts are underway to support the training of HIA practitioners. This session will explore some of those models, as well as evaluations that examine the efficacy of training programs.

Moderator:

Michelle Rushing, Georgia Health Policy Center

Presentations:

Joseph Schuchter, University of California, Berkeley

HIA Training in the United States: An Evaluation of What Works and What’s Needed (PDF)

Kim Gilhuly, Human Impact Partners

What Works to Build HIA Capacity: An Evaluation of an HIA Training, Technical Assistance and Mentoring Program (PDF)

Noelle Dobson, Oregon Public Health Institute

Building HIA Capacity through Training and Technical Assistance (PDF)

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