Video – What sectors need to collaborate to create healthy cities and how different sectors can take action?
In this first clip, Dr. Evelyne de Leeuw describes the sectors that influence the determinants of health and which need to be mobilized to create healthy cities. She also explains the health sector’s positioning.
In this second clip, Dr. Evelyne de Leeuw presents the elements to be considered for community involvement in healthy cities projects.
Video – What is the importance (and what are the limits) of actions that can be taken by municipalities to improve health and reduce inequalities?
In this third clip, Dr. Evelyne de Leeuw describes opportunities for municipalities to address equity and health.
Video – What are the best ways of involving the private sector in initiatives to improve the health of populations, given the influence, resources and levers that this sector has in municipalities?
In this fourth clip, Dr. Evelyne de Leeuw describes how the health sector could interact with and involve the private sector in improving the health of populations.
In this fifth clip, Dr. Evelyne de Leeuw describes the fields of application of HIA and the importance of this tool for the health sector in the context of urbanization. She also addresses how to improve the application of HIA in the age of big data.
In this first clip, Dr. Elizabeth Harris describes the main differences, similarities and points of connection between Health Impact Assessment and Health in All Policies. These are two approaches that integrate health considerations into decision making through intersectoral collaboration.
Video – Health in All Policies and Health Impact Assessment: Relevance at the Local and Regional Levels
In this second clip, Dr. Elizabeth Harris explains why Health Impact Assessment and Health in All Policies are relevant at the local or regional level, and what makes partnerships with municipalities pertinent for health promotion.
In this third clip, Dr. Elizabeth Harris describes the Learning by Doing approach to Health Impact Assessment that was developed at her centre.
In this fourth clip, Dr. Elizabeth Harris describes the main differences between Health Impact Assessment (HIA) and Equity-focused Health Impact Assessment. She also presents the main reasons for opting for an Equity-focused Health Impact Assessment, and the tools to help integrate an equity focus into the HIA.
The NCCHPP has produced a 26-minute documentary video on health impact assessment, featuring selections from interviews with international experts.