Plenary presentations

Inaugural Conference

The effect of the world systemic crisis on global health
A. Cortina. Moral and Political Law Philosophy Department, Valencia University / Etnor Foundation. Spain

Plenary Session I

Developing HiAP/HIA to reduce health inequalities in the context of the current systemic crisis
N. Valentine. WHO Department of Ethics, Equity, Trade and Human Rights, Switzerland

G. Williams. WHIASU, School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University, Wales

S. Simpson. WHO European Office for Investment for Health and Development, Venice

S. Lintner. World Bank’s Senior Technical Advisor. United States

Policy Panel I

The new generation of Public Health Laws in Spain: a window of opportunity for HIA?
M. Escolano Puig. Director general of Public Health, Government of Valencia
J. Fernández. Health and Consumer Affairs Deputy Minister, Basque Government
E. Llorca. Major of Sant Andreu de la Barca and President of the Spanish Healthy Cities Network
T. Plasencia. Director General of Public Health, Government of Catalonia
MJ. Ruiz. General Secretary for Public Health and Citizens Participation, Government of Andalusia

Paralell Sessions I, 11:00-12:45

Room 1. Capacity building

Coordinator. Owen Metcalfe
Developing best practices. A proposal for a field-based and validated approach to HIA training
Linzalone, Nunzia; Zacchi, Giocanna; Cordioli, Michele et al.

Perception of public health and health planning professionals about utilities and applicability of HIA
Sanz, Elvira; Aldasoro, Elena; Esnaola, Santiago et al.

HIA across Ireland: a ten year tale
Metcalfe, Owen; Higgins, Claire.

Whose bed? Real time HIA capacity building
Dreaves, Hilary; Pennington, Andy; Perkins, Clare.

Health authorities and SEA in WHO European Region
Nowacki, Julia; Martuzzi, Marco; Fehr, Rainer.

Room 2. Healthy urban planning

Coordinator. Erika Ison

The Liverpool Core strategy. Is it bad for your health?
Grinnell, Sophie.

Embedding HIA into town planning
Pennington, Andy.

HIA of the North West Cross Border Community Allotment/Gardens Project
Higgins, Claire.

HIA of an urban regeneration project in Alcalá de Guadaira: a pilot experience in Andalusia
Venegas, Jesus; Artundo, Carlos; Bolivar, Julia et al.

Room 3. Institutionalization and healthy public policies

Coordinator. Alberto Fernandez Ajuria

Use of Health Impact Assessment at National Policy Level in England
Vohra, Salim; Ball, Judith; Amo-Danso, Gifty.
Health Impact Assessment and Institutionalisation: The Slovak Experience
O’Mullane, Monica.
Legal implementation of HIA
Gabriel, Gulis; Kraemer; S,R,J.
Institutionalizing HIA in Sweden
Knutsson, Ida; Linell, Anita.
Implementation and Institutionalization of HIA in a Federalist Country: Opportunities and Challenges for Switzerland
Cantoreggi, Nicola; Simos, Jean; Litzistorf, Natacha et al.

Room 4. Impact evaluation approaches

Coordinator. Piedad Martin Olmedo

Health Impact Assessment implementation: different models, different results? (A review of literature)
Gonzalez, Angelina; Cabezas, Carmen; de Lara, Nuria et al.

Reconciling agendas: using integrated impact assessment to improve policy making
Douglas, Margaret J; Palmer, Susie; Pringle, Alastair et al.

The health impact of climate change in Europe: a social analysis
Shepherd, Michael.

Health Impact Assessment: A Comparison of 42 Local, National, and International Guidelines
Dannenberg, Andrew, L; Hebert, Katherine, A; Wendel, Arthur, M et al.

Health impacts of increasing the EU-wide excise duty on alcohol: A dynamic projection
Lhachimi, Stefan, K; Cole, K; Nusselder, Wilma; McKee, M et al.

Workshop Sessions I, 11:00-12:45

Room 5. Do you recognise best practice when you see it? Quality assurance and standards for HIA.

Ben Cave – Director, Ben Cave Associates Ltd

Mette Winge Fredsgaard – Self Employed HIA Consultant

Eva Elliot –Academic Fellow, Cardiff Institute of Society and Health

Rajiv Bhatia – Director of Occupational and Environmental Health, San Francisco Department of Public Health

Chloe Chadderton – Research Associate, Welsh Health Impact Assessment Support Unit, Cardiff Institute of Society and Health

Room 6. Using life-table methods for predicting mortality impacts in impact assessments: Part 1 – life tables and life expectancy..

Brian G Miller - Institute of Occupational Medicine, Edinburgh

Room 7 – Annex. HIA in the resource development sector (part 1)

Aaron Wernham – Health Impact Project, Pew Charitable Trusts, Washington, DC, USA
Marla Orenstein – Habitat Health Impact Consulting, Calgary, Canada
Murray Lee – Habitat Health Impact Consulting, Calgary, Canada

Paralell Sessions II, 15:00-16:45

Room 1. Community participation

Coordinator. Alex Scott-Samuel

Techniques for engaging with local residents and tapping into local knowledge in the HIA process
Chilaka, Marcus
Using an HIA to highlight nutrition and economic development in Farm to School legislation
Rader, Mel, Stephen; Henderson, Tia.
One that got away: Barriers to effective public engagement in HIA
Chadderton, Chloe; Shepherd, Mike; Hacking, Nick.
Local Voices: The potential for HIA in raising the bar on public participation.
Shepherd, Michael A; Chadderton, Chloe.

Room 2. HIA and health care

Coordinator. Gabriel Gulis

Health Impact Assessment and Digital Health Service
Ghani, Irfan; Wright, Sue; Parry, Jayne.
The first trial of Health Impact Assessment on the management reform of a public hospital
Hoshiko, Michiko; Hara, Kunio; Ishitake, Tatsuya.
Integrated Health Care Centres: synergies and limitations from a health impact assessment perspective
Chilaka, Marcus; Burgess-Allen, Jilla.
The impact of economic recession on municipal expenditure on public health in Denmark
Headley, Elizabeth; Bronnum-Hansen, Henrik; Thygesen, Lau, C.

Room 3. Healthy transport policies

Coordinator. Andrew L. Dannenberg

A comprehensive health impact assessment framework for traffic in Flanders and Brussels
Dhond, Stijn; Macharis, Cathy; Putman, Koen.
e-Walkability GIS Health, a integrated tool for Health Impact Assessment
Ricci, I ; Artigues, G ; Ramon, J et al.
Quantitative HIA of commuting: Changes in burden of disease due to increased commuting by bicycle
Holm, Astrid, Ledgaard.
Health Impact Assessment of Transportation Policies in the Eugene Climate and Energy Action Plan
Guenin, Heidi; Perdue, Leslie; Rader, Mel.
Bicing in barcelona, spain; a description and estimated health impacts
Rojas-Rueda, David; de Nazelle, Audrey; Nieuwenhuijsen, Mark.
Reducing vehicle miles travelled: impact on physical activity, air pollution, and car collisions
Michael, Yvonne; Perdue, Lesli; Livingston, Cat et al.

Room 4. Methods for HIA

Coordinator. Andy Pennington

Using an HIA approach to develop indicators for regeneration and health
Ison, Erica.
How to analyse housing and regeneration designs from a HIA perspective
Vohra, Salim; Kurth, Judy; Iqbal, Zafar et al.
Simulating changes in the retail food environment, health and economic outcomes, using sensitivity analysis
van Meijgaard, Jeroen.
Comprehensive modelling to assess the health impacts of proposed policies and programs
van Meijgaard, Jeroen.
Full chain risk assessment of policies: a top-down approach case study.
Majdan, Marek; Kallayova, Daniela; Klochanova, Zuzana et al.
Bottom-up risk assessment – from health outcomes to policy. A case of asthma in Slovakia.
Kallayova ,Daniela; Majdan, Marek; O’Mullane, Monica et al.

Workshop II, 15:00-16:45

Room 5. Capacity-building to development of healthy public policy

Sarah Simpson – European Office for Investment for Health and Development, WHO
Regional Office for Europe, Venice, Italy
Mary Mahoney – University of Gloucestershire, UK Ben Cave – Ben Cave Associates, Leeds, UK

Room 6. Using life-table methods for predicting mortality impacts in health impact assessments: Part 2 – Mortality HIAs in practice

Brian G Miller – Institute of Occupational Medicine, Edinburgh

Room 7- Annex. HIA in the resource development sector (parts 1)

Aaron Wernham – Health Impact Project, Pew Charitable Trusts, Washington, DC, USA
Marla Orenstein – Habitat Health Impact Consulting, Calgary, Canada
Murray Lee – Habitat Health Impact Consulting, Calgary, Canada


Plenary presentations

Policy Panel II

HIA development and institutionalizing in decision-making processes
R. Bhatia. Occupational and environmental health, Department of Public Health, San Francisco

A. Poirier. Ministry of Health and Social Services and General Direction of Public Health, Quebec Government. Canada J.Hutten.

T. Koivisto. Finnish Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, Department for Promotion of Welfare and Health, Finland

L.Kuijpers. Public Health Department, Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sports, The Netherlands

Plenary Session II

Developing integrated approaches in impact assessment
R. Fehr. NRW Institute of Health and Work – WHO Collaborating Center on Regional Health Policy & Public Health, Germany.

I. Rohlfs Health Planning Unit, Servei Català de la Salut – Girona / Senior Gender consultant.

M. Wise. Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity, University of New South Wales, Australia

Plenary Session III

HiAP/HIA and the Official Development Aid. Promoting health in developing countries
C. Dora. WHO Department of Public Health and Environment, Geneva, Switzerland.

P. Furu. DBL – Centre for Health Research and Development, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

Sergio Galán. Spanish Agency for International Cooperation and Development – AECID, Spain.

J. Garay. Human & Social Development Unit, DG for Development Cooperation, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium

Plenary Session IV

The future of HIA as an inter-sectoral governance structure for Health in All Policies
J. Kemm. Senior consultant in Public Health and HIA. England

T. Koivisto. Finnish Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, Department for Promotion of Welfare and Health, Finland

J. Figueras. European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies, WHO/EUROPE, Brussels, Belgium.

I. de la Mata. DG SANCO, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium

S.Tardowski. Former President of the European Public Health Association, EUPHA

M. Wismar. European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies, WHO/EUROPE, Brussels, Belgium

Paralell Sessions III, 11:00-12:45

Room 1. Screening for HIA/Rapid HIA tools

Coordinator. Hilary Dreaves

Homing for Health
Grinnell, Sophie; Boyle, Tony.
Keeping your eye on the ball…
Grinnell, Sophie; Price, Chris.
The issue of relevance in HIA
Kraemer; S,R,J; Gulis, Gabriel.
HIA : A mainstreaming tool for local community and industry to achieve the well-being goal and sustainable growth
Inmuong, Yanyong.
Criteria for the selection non-health policies, programs and projects to which undergo HIA in Catalonia
Mompart, Anna; Brugulat, Pilar; Martinez, Vicens et al.
Screening process and results of regional-level policies in the Basque Country (Spain)
Bacigalupe, Amaia; Aldasoro, Elena; Sanz, Elvira et al.

Room 2. Health equity

Coordinator. Eva Elliot

Social vulnerability in pregnant women from a municipality of Santiago de Chile’s metropolitan region
Arcos, Estela; Muñoz, Luz Angelica; Vollrath Antonia; Sanchez, Ximena et al.

Using HIA to improve the equity dimension of health and social service policy
Higgins, Claire; McMaster, Christine; Ison, Erica.

Health Equity Impact Assessment: What is it? Do we need it?
Scott-Samuel, Alex; Povall, Susan; Haigh, Fiona et al.

Global crises, equity and HIA
Wise, Marilyn, J.

Health in the neighbourhoods: Identification of health needs based on social determinants
Gonzalez, Angelina; Cabezas, Carmen; Brugulat, Pilar et al.

Development of an HIA methodology for the Mongolian mining sector
Janes, Craig, R; Sodnompil, Ts; Oyun, Lkhagvasuren et al.

Room 3. HIA and policy-making

Coordinator. Lea den Broader

Health Impact Assessment – Advocacy or Impartiality
Kemm, John.

Exploring how HIA has impacted policies, programs, and the decision-making process in the U.S.
Pollack, Keshia; Wernham, Aaron; Tung, Greg; Rogerson, Bethany et al.

Development and implementation of HIA recommendations
Cori, Liliana; Bianchi, Fabrizio; Ballarini, Adele, Bedeschi, Emanuela;Linzalone Nunzia; Marinella, Natali

What ́s in a name? When a health assessment is not an HIA
Douglas, Margaret J; Higgins, M.

Process of the Health impact assessment implementation in the Slovak republic
Klochanova, Zuzana; Halzlova, Katarina.

Room 4. Quantitative evaluation of impacts

Coordinator. Rainer Fehr / Odile Mekel

Quantification of selected health impacts of the North Rhine-Westphalian housing subsidy programme (Wohnraumförderungsprogramm) 2010
Mekel, Odile, C, L; Sierig, Sarah; Fehr, Rainer.

Environmental Burden of Disease in Europe (EBoDE): Assessing Health Impacts of Lead in Six Countries
Conrad, Andre; Pruess-Uestuen, Annette; Haenninen, Otto et al.

Introducing comparative environmental health risk assessment and contributing to HIA methodology: The German VegAS project
Classen, Thomas et al.

Quantitative risk assessment integrated in the HIA of the anti-smoking policy proposal in Hungary
Balázs, Adam; Agnes, Molnár; Roza, Adany.

Dioxin – a Challenge for Burden of Disease Estimation: Results of the EBoDE Project
Rappolder, Marianne; Conrad, André; Hänninen Otto et al.

Room 5. HIA and HiAP

Coordinator. Antonio Daponte

From health impact assessment to a governmental policy for health and well- being in Quebec
Poirier, Alain; Jobin, Lyne.

Embedding HIA to promote HiAP in Canterbury, New Zealand
Bourn, Alison; Stevenson, Anna.

HIA and HIAP tools in the Netherlands: fitting the jigsaw together
Den Broeder, Lea; Van Alphen, Theo; Walg, Chantal et al.

HIA as a knowledge exchange tool in the policy arena: a conceptual framework
Mendell, Anika; St-Pierre, Louise; Moresti,n Florence et al.

Workshop Sessions II, 11:00-12:45

Room 6. Mental Well-being Impact Assessment (MWIA) – Integrating mental well-being into policy and practice in times of austerity

Tony Coggins – South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust

Anthea Cooke – Inukshuk Consultancy

Commissioned by the National Mental Health Development Unit (NMHDU) to deliver MWIA

Room 7- Annex Tools for HIA

Elena Cabeza – Health and Consumers Affairs Department, Balearic Islands Government, Spain

Rajiv Bathia – San Francisco Department Of Public Health, San Francisco, United States

Toni Colom – Health and Consumers Affairs Department, Balearic Islands Government, Spain

In representation of the HIA tool project team from the Balearic Islands Public Health Department.

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