Register for Webinars to Learn More about HIA Funding

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The Health Impact Project will host two webinars for interested applicants to learn more about the current Call for Proposals (CFP). 

The Demonstration project webinar provides information to applicants interested in funding for health impact assessment (HIA) demonstration projects.  We will provide an overview of HIA, the CFP, and the application process. March 5, 2014, 3pm EST (Event has passed)

The Program grant webinar provides information about the health impact assessment (HIA) Program grant opportunities available.  We will introduce existing HIA program models and provide details on the CFP and application process. March 6, 2014, 3pm EST (Event has passed)

Both webinars will be recorded and available on our website for those unable to join the live event. Additionally, we encourage potential applicants to read the Call for Proposal (PDF) and the CFP FAQ page.


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