National HIA Meeting 2013: Plenary Panel – The State of the Practice

National HIA Meeting 2013: Plenary Panel – The State of the Practice

OVERVIEW

HIA practice continues to gain momentum in the U.S. This session will explore the roots of this trend in the context of changes in the field of public health. HIA experts from the United States and United Kingdom will offer insights on important developments in the field, current challenges and opportunities, and strategies to support a robust, effective practice as the use of HIAs continues to grow.

Moderator:

Lynn Todman, Adler School of Professional Psychology

Presentations:

Jim Marks, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Ben Cave, Ben Cave Associates Ltd.

Aaron Wernham, Health Impact Project, The Pew Charitable Trusts

HIA in the United States: State of practice, and future directions (PDF)

Arthur Wendel, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Health Impact Assessment: The State in the States (PDF)

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