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Health In All Policies: An EU Literature Review 2006 - 2011 and Interview with Key Stakeholders


Equity Action's "Health In All Policies: An EU Literature Review 2006 - 2011 and Interview with Key Stakeholders" highlights key findings from a literature review and qualitative interviews conducted during July 2011.

Although the interviews and review were conducted in the EU, the report identifies key themes, top tips, and conclusions for implementing health in all policies that local jurisdictions in the U.S. will also find helpful. Additionally, the report provides information on opportunities and barriers that local jurisdictions may face while looking to advance HiAP in their communities. 

Primary Toolkit:

Environmental Health in All Policies (HiAP)

Keyword Area:

Environmental Health, Health Equity, Social Justice, Vulnerable Populations


Institutional Author:

Equity Action





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Health In All Policies: An EU Literature Review 20
By John McLeod
good foundation on equity, but explaning how these ideas and perspectives are implemented would be useful

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