Dear Colleague,

 

Apologies for cross posting...

 

For those interested in the potential impacts on population health and wellbeing of policies, plans (local, neighbourhood, master, regeneration, air quality, transport,  etc, etc ), programmes, projects (including development proposals with 2017 in mind), both now and into the future, University of Liverpool, UK, offers courses in Health Impact Assessment (HIA). For further information contact [log in to unmask] indicating which course (dates below signature ) you are interested in – early bird rates still available for the Liverpool course in June. Bursary places are not available.

 

I hope you might join us!

 

Regards

 

Hilary Dreaves

Research Fellow (Health Impact  Assessment)

IMPACT

Department of Public Health and Policy

Institute of Psychology, Health and Society

University of Liverpool

Liverpool

L69 3GB

 

Tel:        +44(0)151-794 5004 (office)

Email:    [log in to unmask]     Please use new domain name

website: www.healthimpactassessment.co.uk      

Skype:   hilary.dreaves1

 

Urban HIA Guide (UrHIA) 2015 Urban Health Impact Assessment (UrHIA) Guide

 

Liverpool Campus 2016:  June 13 - 17 and November 7 - 11 courses

Online Introductory HIA Courses: 25 April 2016; 27 June 2016

Courses in long and short formats also available at your own location, by arrangement

Accredited PG Certificate in Public Health available via Masters in Public Health application

 

 

Department of Public Health and Policy is a WHO Collaborating Centre for Policy Research on Social Determinants of Health

IMPACT was 2009 winner Research Councils UK Knowledge Transfer Award for Public Policy and Service Impact.

University of Liverpool is a member of the CPD Certification Service Scheme

 

 

 

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