In an effort to document HIA practice in the climate change sector, SOPHIA members Andy Dannenberg and Bethany Rogerson are seeking your help to identify projects that have addressed HIAs on climate change policy. If you are aware of an HIA not currently tagged as “climate change” on the Health Impact Project map, please reach out to Bethany Rogerson (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Monday, September 18th. The information will be used to generate a paper summarizing and discussing how HIA has been applied in this context. Thank you in advance!
Chronicles of Health Impact Assessment (CHIA) has an active call for peer reviewers.
This is a great way to get involved and be up to speed on the latest evidence-based work being done in the HIA field. Don't miss this opportunity!
See the full call and submission form here.
Saturday, May 6
A Call to Action for Healthy Communities, Hall 1A07
Healthy Regions, Hall 1A14
Creating Healthy Places, Hall 1A22
Incentivizing the Sale of Healthy and Local Food, Hall 1E09
From California to Delaware: Transferable Plans for Active Communities, Hall 1E08
Sunday, May 7
Beyond Parks: Public Health, Public Space, Hall 1A12
Food Systems Planning: Growing Connections and Planning for Health Across the Country, Hall 1E08
Plan4Helath: Partnering for Equity, Hall 1A22
Monday, May 8th
Participatory Planning in Health and Transportation, Hall 1E15
Safe Routes to Healthy Food, Hall 1E09
Plan4Health: Creating Place through Shared Use, Hall 1A21
Metrics for Planning Healthy Communities, Hall 1A23/24
How to Plan for Healthier Communities, Hall 1A21
Tuesday, May 9th
Planning for Healthy Rural-Urban Communities, Hall 1E08
Health Community Planning: Methods and Tools, Hall 1A10
Serving Up Health Equity Southern Style, Hall 1A08
Headed to NNPHI's Open Forum? Don't miss the many opportunities to connect with fellow HIA practitioners:
Thursday, Day 1
9:00AM, Health Impact Assessment Panel in La Salle A/B
Friday, Day 1
8:00AM, Breakfast Round Tables, Transforming Eau Claire: Designing a Healthy Community
9:00AM, COPPHI Talks in La Salle A/B
Please see the most recent SOPHIA newsletter here!
SOPHIA Members may be interested in attending the following conferences. Please note that registrations are closing soon!
IAIA17: Impact Assessment's Contribution to the Global Efforts in Addressing Climate Change
April 4-7, 2017
Registration closes March 15th
NNPHI's Open Forum for Quality Improvement
April 19-21, 2017
Registration closes March 15th
American Planning Association's National Planning Conference
New York City
May 6-9, 2017
Registration closes April 6th
Learn what HIA is, work through the steps, and then discuss the opportunities and challenges you may face in your community. You will also hear about statewide initiatives and various tools to promote health equity in your area of expertise.
The Environmental Public Health (EPH) Community Health and Design Coordinator plays a key role for the Built Environment Unit (BEU). Responsible for managing community and stakeholder engagement activities, including the development and implementation of broad-based marketing, communications and public relations strategies to promote and sustain the community capacity-building within institutions and among residents, namely coordination of stakeholder events and other education and outreach activities of the community planning team; the development of marketing and educational materials; and ongoing evaluation of promotion, education and outreach efforts.
Development and Coordination
More information can be found here: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/harriscountytx/default.cfm?action=viewjob&JobID=1591650&ViewSupp=Yes&headerfooter=1&WDDXJobSearchParams=
The Health Impact Review and Policy Analyst will develop, implement, and maintain a Health Impact Review process, in collaboration with the Public Infrastructure Department, in order to achieve a Health in All Policies approach as part of Harris County Public Health's Health Equity Policy.