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Implementing Health in All Policies


Public Health Law & Policy's "Implementing Health in All Policies" is a sample Power Point presentation that may be useful to local jurisdictions that are developing presentations to introduce health in all policies (HiAP) and explain the role of policy on health.  It includes slides that introduces concepts related to complete streets and safe routes to school, multi-use trails, joint use agreements, access to healthy food, and school siting. The presentation also includes some local examples and tries to make the economic case for improving population health through policy reform.  

Primary Toolkit:

Environmental Health in All Policies (HiAP)

Keyword Area:

Chronic Disease, Communications/Messaging, Environmental Health, Health Equity, Health Policy, Policies, Social Justice


Institutional Author:

Public Health Law & Policy




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Implementing Health in All Policie
By John McLeod

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