National HIA Meeting 2013: HIA 101 Track

Screening: How to Choose an Appropriate Topic for Your HIA

National HIA Meeting 2013: HIA 101 Track

OVERVIEW

This session will focus on the first step of HIA, screening, and how selecting an appropriate HIA project relates to the larger HIA process. Facilitators will review criteria for screening HIA projects, as well as examples of projects that have been successfully screened. Attendees will participate in a hands‐on exercise to apply HIA screening criteria to potential HIA projects.

Moderator:

Kim Gilhuly, Human Impact Partners

Screening (PDF)

Presentations:

Ben Wood, Massachusetts Department of Public Health

David Dube, Maricopa County Department of Public Health

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