This paper focuses on how HIA invites health practitioners to take not only the impacts on the health of the population into consideration, but also how these impacts could have differential effects on some groups of the population.
This document offers an introdution to the practice of Health Impact Assessment (HIA).
This report is a summary of the diverse activities documented by PATH (People Assessing Their Health) throughout the year that sheds light on the influence of community health impact assessment (CHIA) in promoting healthy public policy.
The results from a meeting of representatives of provincial ministries of health, discussing HIA practices and potential in Canada.
A point of reference for North American Health Impact Assessment practitioners. Produced by the North American HIA Practice Standards Working Group.
Introductory overview of the PATH project, showing the different steps and projects that shaped the history of this movement.
A Review of Existing HIA Courses, Methods and Results.
A short introduction to Health Impact Assessment (HIA).
The NCCHPP publishes the English translation of this study of Health Impact Assessment (HIA) in Québec following the 2001 adoption of Québec’s Public Health Act.
What is the state of HIA in Canada? The NCCHPP convened the Canadian Roundtable as an expert group on HIA, and asked questions about HIA in the Canadian context at the group’s February 22, 2008 meeting. We are publishing the report of the event here.