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Health in all Policies: Connecting the Dots


Health in all policies (HiAP) is being explored by jurisdictions nation wide. In this case example from South Caroline, LiveWell Greenville's "Health in all Policies: Connecting the Dots" is a presentation on how LiveWell Greenville uses a HiAP approach to create a community that supports healthy lifestyles.

This presentation can serve as a guide to communities interested in building off of their own health coalitions to advance health in all policies.

To learn more about LiveWell Greenville, visit http://livewellgreenville.org. 

Primary Toolkit:

Environmental Health in All Policies (HiAP)

Keyword Area:

Environmental Health, Health Impact Assessment (HIA), Social Justice, Strategic Planning, Vulnerable Populations


Institutional Author:

LiveWell! Greenville




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Health in all Policies: Connecting the Dots
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