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National Prevention Council Action Plan: Implementing the National Prevention Strategy


The National Prevention Strategy is an example of HiAP at the federal level. The National Prevention Council Action Plan: Implementing the National Prevention Strategy "outlines the federal commitment to implementing the vision, goal, priorities, and recommendations of the nation’s first ever National Prevention Strategy." It provides an overview about the National Prevention Strategy's strategic directions and priorities. It also stresses the importance of "aligning strategies at the national, state, tribal, local and territorial levels" to "ensure that actions are synergistic and complementary."  


Primary Toolkit:

Environmental Health in All Policies (HiAP)

Keyword Area:

Chronic Disease, Environmental Health, Health Policy, Land Use, Obesity, Policies


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