National HIA Meeting 2013: HIA 101 Track – Evaluation of Individual HIAs

National HIA Meeting 2013: HIA 101 Track – Evaluation of Individual HIAs

OVERVIEW

This session will explore strategies for addressing the evaluation step of HIA. Speakers will give examples of evaluation efforts from their own HIAs, including process and outcome evaluation, as well as strategies for assessing community stakeholder engagement.

Moderator:

Holly Avey, Human Impact Partners

Evaluation of Individual HIAs - HIA 101 Track (PDF)

Session handout (PDF)

Presentations:

Karen Roof, EnviroHealth Consulting/ University of Colorado Denver

HIA Evaluation of Two Case Studies (PDF)

Nicole Iroz‐Elardo, Portland State University

Evaluating Health Impact Assessment (HIA) as a Community Participation Tool (PDF)

Teresa Lovely, Kentucky Department for Public Health

Kentucky Department for Public Health First HIA Project - Evaluation (PDF)

Jenelle Holder Williams, Georgia Department of Public Health

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