This article proposes an analytical framework for a whole of government approach for public health problems calling for multisectoral participation. It was written as part of an international series of reflections on “Health in all policies” (HiAP) strategies.

The authors, the Centre’s Louise St-Pierre and François-Pierre Gauvin, examine the principal conditions for assuring intersectoral governance for health. These include, notably, questions of leadership, coordination and collaboration, accountability, and cultural elements such as capacity building, value adjustment, and collective learning.

This article may be of interest to anyone studying whole-of-government approaches to health.
The NCCHPP has translated the article into French to make it available to a larger audience.

Intersectoral Governance for Health in All Policies: An Integrated Framework

The Centre would like to thank the Editors of Public Health Bulletin SA for their collaboration in the production of the French translation of this article.

St-Pierre, L. and Gauvin, F.-P. (2010, July). Intersectoral governance for Health in All Policies: an integrated framework. Public Health Bulletin SA. Adelaide 2010 International Meeting., 7(2), 31-36. [online]: Click here to consult the document.