Keep up to date with all the latest news and information from Wales Health Impact Assessment Support Unit

15 November 19

Placemaking, Health & Wellbeing Workshop

Following the great success of the ‘Reconnecting Health and Land Use Planning in Wales workshop’ we are pleased to invite you to attend the Placemaking, Health & Wellbeing’ Workshop which will be delivered by Public Health Wales.

13 November 19

WHIASU Autumn Newsletter

The WHIASU team would like to share with you their latest news and achievements over the past couple of months.

11 October 19

Brexit HIA - new short report published today

Today the Wales HIA Support Unit and Public Health Wales have published ‘The Public Health Implications of Brexit in Wales: A Health Impact Assessment approach – A Rapid Review and Update’.

04 October 19

Rapid HIA Training Sessions

New dates have been released for the Rapid HIA Training Sessions in January and March 2020.

30 September 19

Supporting Farming Communities at times of uncertainty

The Research and Evidence Directorate have released a new report 'Supporting Farming Communities at times of uncertainty'.

10 September 19

Health and Trade Symposium

As a result of the decision to leave the EU, the UK will be developing its own independent trade policy for the first time in over 40 years and this has significant implications for a range of the determinants of health and well-being in Wales; from food standards to environmental protection, tobacco and alcohol regulations to working conditions.

22 August 19

Introduction to Health Impact Assessment Training Session

We still have some spaces remaining for the Into to HIA session on the 12th February 2020 from 9.30 - 13.00 in North Wales, (venue to be confirmed).

22 August 19

Pre-conference to the 12th European Public Health Conference

The importance of health impact assessment (HIA) has been recognized and promoted through diverse international frameworks, statements and policies. However, only a limited number of countries or regions have developed HIA as a statutory process. While HIA is seen as a beneficial tool to support and enable Health in All Policies and intersectoral collaboration, it needs to advance and evolve into a tool that is consistently and routinely used to facilitate and maximise health and well-being and reduce and address inequalities.

02 July 19

WHIASU Training and Capacity Building Framework for Health Impact Assessment published

The Wales Health Impact Assessment Support Unit have published a framework for training and capacity building in HIA this week. The technical report sets out an underpinning framework for the WHIASU’s approach to the design, development, delivery and evaluation of training and capacity building for HIA over the next five years.

24 June 19

WHIASU Presentation at "Welsh Policy and Politics in Unprecedented Times" event

Nerys Edmonds from WHIASU delivered a presentation on the “Public Health Implications of Brexit: A HIA approach”.