Health in All Policies in Denver: Moving from Plans to Equitable Development Outcomes
Health impact assessment(HIA) and health in all policies (HiAP) have been used widely in the last decade in the U.S. to bring health research and evidence into civic decision-making. The City and County of Denver, CO has progressed from an HIA approach to an HiAP evolution that is beginning to yield changes in land use and transportation planning and City budgeting processes that are expected to lead to changes in health and equitable development outcomes for Denver residents, particularly those experiencing the greatest barriers to good health and opportunity.
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