This training is an introduction to tools, approaches, and strategies for implementing health in all policies including:
- Health Impact Assessment (HIA)
- Healthy communities checklists and indices
- Healthy development measurement tool
- Model policies
- Policy databases
- Root cause analysis
- Advocacy planning and stakeholder analysis
- What Works for Health from County Health Rankings
A full day training in Springfield will be offered on Monday, May 5 in Springfield at the IDPH Training Center (Registration begins at 9:00, training begins at 9:30). The training will be repeated on Tuesday, May 6 in Chicago at the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (Registration begins at 8:30, training begins at 9:00). All registered participants will be emailed updates on training details.
If you have questions about the training, please contact Kristin Monnard at email@example.com or 312-850-4744.
This training is open to local health department staff, city and regional planners, community based organizations, and others who are interested in discussing approaches to incorporating information about health impacts into decision-making. 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.
This full day training is free and lunch will be provided to all attendees.
Please note that due to space limitations, we are limiting registration to 2 representatives from each agency so we can maximize the number of agencies who are able to attend.
Update: Due to overwhelming response, we are currently at capacity for both the Springfield (May 5th) and Chicago (May 6th) trainings. Registrants for will be placed on a wait list and notified if space becomes available for them to attend.
Because space is limited for this training and we want to make the training available to as many people as possible, please let us know if your plans change and you can no to attend the training.
This training is offered in collaboration with the Illinois Department of Public Health, the Illinois Association of Public Health Administrators, the Northern Illinois Public Health Consortium, and the Illinois Public Health Institute. This training was made possible through funding provided by County Health Rankings.