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Healthy Baltimore 2015: A City Where All Residents Realize Their Full Health Potential


Baltimore City Health Department created the "Healthy Baltimore 2015." It is an example of one type of community health improvement plan. It stresses the importance of partnership building and includes a specific strategy on how to implement health in all policies (HiAP) in order to affect how policy is developed. This tool serves as an example of a local HiAP approach and it also provides example language that other local jurisdictions can utilize as they develop their own community health improvement plans.

Primary Toolkit:

Environmental Health in All Policies (HiAP)

Keyword Area:

Accreditation, Health Equity, Health Policy, Policies, Social Justice


Institutional Author:

Baltimore City Health Department




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Healthy Baltimore 2015: A City Where All Residents
By John McLeod
This is an excellent plan/community assessment information full of supportive data and justification, but missing what and how they used the information to implement health in all policy.

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