Community Driven Impact Assessment
Adelaide Recommendations on Healthy Public Policy, second International Conference on Health Promotion, Adelaide, South Australia, April 5-9, 1988.
Bean, W. (2000).
Community development and adult education: Locating practice in its roots. New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, 85, 67-76. (StFX only)
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Governance for health equity: Taking forward the equity values and goals of health 2020 in the WHO European region. Copenhagen: WHO Regional Office for Europe. (662K pdf)
Chilaka, M. A. & Ndioho, I. (2014).
Strategies and incentives for enhancing the application of health impact assessment (HIA) in Nigeria: A view from those who should know. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education. (StFX only)
Coady, M. (2010).
Community health impact assessment: Fostering community learning and healthy public policy at the local level. Proceedings of the 29th National CASAE Conference, Concordia University, Montreal, May 30-June 1. (161K pdf)
Eaton, S. & Cameron, C. (2008).
Community health impact assessment: Keppoch-Beaver Mountain project: final report. Antigonish, NS: PATH Network. (303K pdf)
Eaton, S., St-Pierre, L. & Ross, M.-C. (2009).
Influencing healthy public policy with community health impact assessment. Montreal: National Collaborating Centre for Healthy Public Policy. (428K pdf)
Elliott, E. & Francis, S. (2005).
Making effective links to decision-making: Key challenges for health impact assessment. Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 25, 7-8, 747-757. (StFX only)
Elliott, E. & Williams, G. (2004).
Developing a civic intelligence: Local involvement in HIA. Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 24(2), 231-243. (StFX only)
Fehr, R., Viliani, F., Nowacki, J., & Martuzzi, M. (Eds.). (2014).
Health in impact assessments: Opportunities not to be missed. Copenhagen: WHO Regional Office for Europe. (2.26 Mb pdf)
Ghosh, S. & Cameron, C. (2006).
Strengthening communities through community health impact assessment. Presented at the Strength Based Strategies conference, Hyderabad, India, November 10-12. (32K pdf)
Gillis, D. E. & English, L. M. (2001).
Extension and health promotion: An adult learning approach. Journal of Extension, 39(3).
Kearney, M. (2004).
Walking the walk? Community participation in HIA: A qualitative interview study. Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 24(2), 217-229. (StFX only)
Kemm, J. & Parry, J. (2004). What is HIA? Introduction and overview. In J. Kemm, J. Parry, & S. Palmer (Eds.),
Health impact assessment: Concepts, theory, techniques, and application, (pp. 1-13). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Library has copy: 362.1072 K316h.
Lang, T. (2001).
Public health and colonialism: A new or old problem? Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 55(3), 162-163. (StFX only)
Lee, J. L., Robbel, N. & Dora, C. (2013).
Cross-country analysis of the institutionalization of health impact assessment. (Social determinants of health discussion paper 8). Geneva: WHO. (787K pdf)
Leppo, K., et al. (Eds.). (2013).
Health in all policies: Seizing opportunities, implementing policies. Finland: Ministry of Social Affairs and Health. (2.22 Mb pdf)
Mahoney, M. E., Potter, J.-L. & Marsh, R. S. (2007).
Community participation in HIA: Discords in teleology and terminology. Critical Public Health, 17(3), 229-241. (StFX only)
Metcalfe, O. & Higgins, C. (2009).
Health impact assessment contributing to healthy public policy. Public Health, 123(4), 295. (StFX only)
Mindell, J. S., Boltong, A. & Forde, I. (2008).
A review of health impact assessment frameworks. Public Health, 122(11), 1177-1187. (StFX only)
Mittelmark, M. B. (2001).
Promoting social responsibility for health: Health impact assessment and healthy public policy at the community level. Health Promotion International, 16(3), 269-274. (StFX only)
The Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion is presented at the first International Conference on Health Promotion, Ottawa, November 21, 1986.
People's Health Movement. (n.d.).
People's charter for health. [n.l.]: PHM Global Secretariat. (596K pdf)
Peters, N. (2002).
Applying community health impact assessment to rural community health planning: Evaluation report. Antigonish, NS: Antigonish Women's Resource Centre. (671K pdf)
Scott-Samuel, A. (1998).
Health impact assessment: Theory into practice. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 52(11), 704-705. (StFX only)
A series of 29 booklets documenting workshops held at the Fifth International Conference on Adult Education, Hamburg, Germany, 1997.
South, J. (2015).
A guide to community-centered approaches for health and wellbeing: Briefing. London: Public Health England. (101K pdf)
Todman, L., et al. (2013).
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission policy guidance: A mental health impact assessment. Published by the Adler School of Professional Psychology, Institute on Social Exclusion. (4.97 Mb pdf)
Wallerstein, N. (2006).
What is the evidence on effectiveness of empowerment to improve health?. Copenhagen: WHO. (359K pdf)
Watts, T. (2002).
Assessing the impact of the . Antigonish, NS: PATH Network. (441K pdf) People Assessing Their Health (PATH) Project
WHO European Centre for Health Policy. (1999).
Health impact assessment: Main concepts and suggested approach. (Gothenburg consensus paper). (138K pdf)
Winkler, M., et al. (2013).
Untapped potential of health impact assessment. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 91(4).
Wismar, M., Blau, J., Ernst, K. & Figueras, J. (Eds.). (2007).
The effectiveness of health impact assessment: Scope and limitations of supporting decision-making in Europe. Brussels: European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies.
Social Determinants of Health
Aubin, C. (2014).
Attitudes and beliefs about social determinants of health. Halton: Halton Region Health Department.
Blas, K. & Sivasankara Kurup, A. (2010).
Equity, social determinants and public health programmes. Published by the World Health Organization. (1.96 Mb pdf)
Blas, E., Sommerfeld, J., & Sivasankara Kurup, A. (Eds.). (2011).
Social determinants approaches to public health: From concept to practice. Published by the World Health Organization. (2.28 Mb pdf)
Bryant, T., Raphael, D., Schrecker, T., & Labonte, R. (2011).
Canada: A land of missed opportunity for addressing the social determinants of health. Health Policy, 101(1), 44-58. (StFX only)
Closing the gap in a generation: Health equity through action on the social determinants of health. (Commission on Social Determinants of Health final report). Geneva: WHO.
Czyzewski, K. (2011).
Colonialism as a broader social determinant of health. International Indigenous Policy Journal, 2(1). (282K pdf)
Irwin, A. & Scali, E. (2005).
Action on the social determinants of health: Learning from previous experiences. Background paper prepared for the Commission on Social Determinants of Health. Geneva: WHO. (530K pdf)
Mikkonen, J. & Raphael, D. (2010).
Social determinants of health: The Canadian facts. Published by York University School of Health Policy and Management. (4.12 Mb pdf)
Morrison, V. (2015).
Health inequalities and intersectionality. (Briefing note). Montreal, QC: National Collaborating Centre for Healthy Public Policy. (667K pdf)
Raphael, D., Curry-Stevens, A., & Bryant, T. (2008).
Barriers to addressing the social determinants of health: Insights from the Canadian experience. Health Policy, 88(2-3), 222-235. (StFX only)
Reading, C. L. & Wien, F. (2009).
Health inequalities and social determinants of Aboriginal peoples' health. Published by the National Collaborating Centre for Aboriginal Health. (572K pdf)
Social determinants and Indigenous health: The international experience and its policy implications. (2007). Report of the International Symposium on the Social Determinants of Indigenous Health, Adelaide, April 29-30. (467K pdf)
Social determinants of health, World Health Organizations's collection of resources.
Waldron, I., Price, S., & Eghan, F. (2014).
North End matters: Using the People Assessing Their Health Process (PATH) to explore the social determinants of health in the African Nova Scotian community in the North End: A pilot study report. Halifax, NS: Dalhousie University. (5.11 Mb pdf)
Waldron, I., Price, S., & Grant, J. (2015).
Final study report for North End matters: Using the People Assessing their Health Process (PATH) to explore the social determinants of health in the Black community in the North End. Halifax: Dalhousie University. (5.88 Mb pdf)
Walsh, D., et al. (2016).
History, politics and vulnerability: Explaining excess mortality in Scotland and Glasgow. Glasgow: Glasgow Centre for Population Health. (4.54 Mb pdf)
Toolkits and Training Manuals
Community health impact assessment tool. Antigonish, NS: Antigonish Town & County Community Health Board, 2002. (156K pdf)
Human Impact Partners. (2011).
A health impact assessment toolkit: A handbook to conducting HIA. (3 rd ed.). Oakland, CA: Human Impact Partners.
Jacobson, E., Decoursey, W. J. & Rosengerg, N. (2011).
The health-impact assessment (HIA): A useful tool. Newark, DE: University of Delaware. (1.81 Mb pdf)
Kemm, J. (2001).
Health impact assessment: A tool for healthy public policy. Health Promotion International, 16(1), 79-85. (StFX only)
Kemm, J. (2007).
More than a statement of the crushingly obvious: A critical guide to HIA.
Labonte, R. & Feather, J. (1996).
Handbook on using stories in health promotion practice. Ottawa: Health Canada. Library has hard copy: 613 L113h. (5.90 Mb pdf)
PATHways to building healthy communities in eastern Nova Scotia: The PATH project resource. Antigonish, NS: People Assessing Their Health, the PATH Project, 1997. (5.15 Mb pdf)
PATHways II: The next steps: a guide to community health impact assessment. Antigonish, NS: Antigonish Women's Resource Centre, 2002. (277K pdf)
Scott-Samuel, A., Birley, M. & Ardern, K. (2001).
The Merseyside guidelines for health impact assessment. (2 nd ed.). Liverpool, UK: IMPACT.