Login Event Calendar Careers About NACCHO Contact Us Site Map
 
Search  
Programs & Activities
»
»
»
»
Cross-cutting Topics
»
»
»
»
»
»
»
»
»
Print this page Print This Page

Email this page E-Mail This Page

Bookmark and Share

Resources


 
NACCHO Resources

Environmental Health in All Policies Toolkit

This toolkit includes tools and resources that have been developed and used to help local decision makers educate and raise awareness about HiAP and environmental health policy. Click here to access the toolkit. NACCHO has also developed a YouTube video, which gives a brief overview of HiAP and provides an introduction on how to use the toolkit

NACCHO HiAP One-Pager

NACCHO developed a one-pager on their project to advance Environmental Health in All Policies. With funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and in collaboration with other national partners, NACCHO is implementing a five-year initiative to educate decision-makers and to promote environmental public health policy using a HiAP approach.

NACCHO's FAQs on HiAP

NACCHO's FAQs on HiAP answers the most common questions regarding Health in All Policies and its implementation. There are also links to useful examples at different levels of government: federal, state, and local.

 
HiAP Articles and Publications

P.A. Braveman, S.A. Egerter and R.E. Mockenhaupt. (2011). Broadening the focus: the need to address the social determinants of health. Am J Prev Med. 40(1S1):S4-S18.

J. Collins and J.P. Koplan. (2009). "Health Impact Assessment: A Step Toward Health in All Policies." JAMA. 302(3): 315-317.

L.N. Gase, R. Pennotti, K.D. Smith. 2013. "Health in All Policies": Taking Stock of Emerging Practices to Incorporate Health in Decision Making in the United States. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 19(6):529-540.

L.M. Gottlieb, J.E. Fielding and P.A. Braveman. (2012). "Health Impact Assessment: Necessary but Not Sufficient for Healthy Public Policy." Public Health Reports. 127 (March - April 2012): 156-162.

National Research Council. (2014). Applying a Health Lens to Decision Making in Non-Health Sectors: Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.

L. Rudolph, J. Caplan, C. Mitchell, K. Ben-Moshe, and L. Dillon. (2013). Health in All Policies: Improving Health Through Intersectoral Collaboration. Institutes of Medicine Roundtable on Population Health Improvement. Discussion Paper.

L. Rudolph, J. Caplan, K. Ben-Moshe, & L. Dillon. (2013). Health in All Policies: A Guide for State and Local Governments. Washington, DC and Oakland, CA: American Public Health Association and Public Health Institute.

 
Webinars

Implementing the National Prevention Strategy at the Local Level Part I

The first webinar, "Working with Non-Traditional Partners to Improve Community Health,"in a two-part series called "Implementing the National Prevention Strategy at the Local Level" focuses on helping local public health officials and staff members implement the National Prevention Strategy by working with non-traditional partners at the local level using a Health in A Policies approach.

Implementing the National Prevention Strategy at the Local Level Part II

The second part of the series, "Implementing the National Prevention Strategy at the Local Level," included local health department success stories on using a multi-sector approach to building healthier communities and combating tobacco, obesity, and chronic disease.

Webinar: Implementing Equity in Health in All Policies & Health Impact Assessments: From Concept to Action
PolicyLink and NACCHO presented a webinar on "Implementing Equity in Health in All Policies & Health Impact Assessments: From Concept to Action". This webinar focuses specifically on why equity is critical to Health in All Policies (HiAP) and Health Impact Assessments (HIAs), and specific strategies to implement and ensure equity. The speakers discuss principles and frameworks for the inclusion of equity, as well as present examples of the principles in practice.