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From HIA to HiAP: Fitting the Jigsaw Together


This presentation highlights how jurisdictions can build off of health impact assessments (HIA) toward health in all policies (HiAP). It describes what both are and shows where they are complimentary. The presentation is good not only for providing an overview but it also could be adapted to be used when educating individuals about why health in all policies is important.

Primary Toolkit:

Environmental Health in All Policies (HiAP)

Secondary Toolkits:

Chronic Disease Prevention Toolkit,Healthy Community Design Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Health Impact Assessment (HIA)


Institutional Author:

Lea Den Broeder




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By Anonymous
How is this a tool?  This is a presentation full of good ideas but it is not a tool and it does not show how to do this except saying not to point the finger but lend a helping hand. Where are the resources that show how to do what they are talking about?  Sorry but very disappointing as a resource.

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