Health Impact Assessment in Chinese

Health Impact Assessment in Chinese

Gabriel Gulis , PhD University of Southern Denmark Institute of Public Health Unit of Health Promotion Rearch Niels Bohrej 9-10 6700 Esbjerg Denmark telephone: +45 65504212 Telefax: +45 65504283 E-mail: [email protected]

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QA/QC HIA 1.www.ihia.org.uk 2.http://www.msocmrc.gla.ac.uk/Reports/PDFs/ OccasionalPapers/OP-002.pdf 3.http://www.who.dk/eprise/main/WHO/Progs/HPA/

HealthImpact/20020319 1 4.http://www.hcse.gc.ca/hppb/ healthpromotiondevelopment/pube/impact/impact.htm 5.http://www.publichealth.bham.ac.uk/hiaru/ 6.http://www.euro.who.int/eprise/main/WHO/Progs/HMS/ Home 2 12.Mooy JM.Gunning-Schepers LJ:Computer-assisted health impact assesment for intersectional health policyHealth Policy 57 (2001),169-177 13.Mindell J.Hansell A. Morrison D .Douglas M,Joffe M:What do we need for robust,quantitative health impact

assessment. Journal of Public Health Medicine, Vol 23, No3. p173-178 14.Winters LY:A prospective health impact assessment of the international astronomy and space exploration centre, J. Epidemiol Community Health,2001:55:433-441 15.Douglas MJ, Conway L. Gorman D,Gavin S Hanlon P:Developing principles for health impact assessment.Journals of Public Health medicine.Vol23,No2,p148-154 (3) 20.Developing health impact assessment in Wales.Better

Health Better Wales. National Assembly of Wales.Health Promotion Division ISBN 0 7504 2374 9 21.Dahlgen G, Nordgren P .Whitehead M:Health impact assessment of the EU Common Agricultral Policy.National Institute of Public Health.1997:36,Stockholm,Sweden 22.http://www.stake.fi/sva/huia/huiainstakes.htm 23.Banken R:Stratrgies for institutionalzing HIA,ECHP Health Impact Assessment Discussion papers, Number 1, September,2001.

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