- Health Impact Assessment (HIA)
- Healthy communities checklists and indices
- Model policies and policy databases
- Root cause analysis
- Advocacy planning and stakeholder analysis
- What Works for Health from County Health Rankings
|Wednesday, February 18, 9-4 in Chicago Location: Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP)Trainers: Jess Lynch, Illinois Public Health Institute & Tiffany McDowell, Adler University Institute on Social ExclusionRegister Here|
This training is open to anyone who is interested in discussing approaches to incorporating information about health impacts into decision-making, including: community based organizations, city and regional planners, local health department staff, and others.
It is recommended, though not required, that at least 2 partners from the same community or region attend the training together to facilitate future partnership and collaboration efforts. Each training participant must be individually registered.
Register here for the Chicago training.
IPHI is also partnering with Jackson County Healthy Communities Coalition to provide a similar training in Carterville, IL on Tuesday, January 27 at John A. Logan College. To register for the training in Carterville, please email@example.com.