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Dialogues on HIA and Aboriginal Health
The NCCHPP and NCCAH explored Health Impact Assessment and its usefulness in First Nations, Métis and Inuit contexts.
Published in June 2012.  Description.
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On March 13, 2012, the NCCHPP, in partnership with the National Collaborating Centre for Aboriginal Health (NCCAH), organized a dialogue session with academics and practitioners in the field of Aboriginal health. The objective of this session was to explore the potential uses of Health Impact Assessment (HIA) within Métis, Inuit and First Nations contexts. The NCCHPP's Louise St-Pierre and Anika Mendell presented various aspects and examples of HIA in order to provide a starting point for discussion.

Situating Health Impact Assessment (HIA):  From environmental assessment to social determinant frameworks; From projects to policies
 990 K
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HIA: A Primer on the Process
 1.29 MB
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Adapting HIA: The Case of New Zealand
Whanau ora health impact assessment
 298 K
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Applying HIA: the People Assessing Their Health (PATH) process
 363 K
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