11th HIA conference: HIA’11: “In times of crisis, healthier ways”
Jointly organised by the Spanish Association of Health Impact Assessment and the Andalusian School of Public Health. A series of practical workshops were delivered on April 13.
The meeting was addressed to public health professionals; other professionals in environmental areas and at the municipal level; researchers and academics in health / public health, junior researchers and trainees; policy makers and managers at the municipal, regional and state level; representatives from key European institutions (EU, WHO/WHO Observatory) and from the civil society (associations, NGOs, professional associations)
Plenary presentation, 15 Apr 2011: Developing integrated approaches in Impact Assessment – NRW perspectives
Co-ordinated Workshops, 13 Apr 2011:
WS 1.1 Health Impact quantification: DYNAMO-HIA hands-on training. Coord.W. Nusselder, 9:00-13:00 English. Target audience: People interested in quantitative HIA, developers of models & modelling tools, public health officials, advisors and staff, decision-makers & epidemiologists.
WS 1.2 Health Impact quantification: INTARESE/HEIMTSA toolbox. Coord. F. Hurley, 9:00-13:00 English. Target audience: Developers of models & modelling tools, Public Health staff, advisors, and decision-makers.
WS 1.3 Health Impact quantification: status and perspectives. Coord. R. Fehr, J. Mackenbach, F. Hurley, 14:00-18:00 English. Target audience: Developers of models & modelling tools, Public Health staff, advisors, and decision-makers.