Health in All Policies: A Guide for State and Local Governments

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healthinallpoliciesHealth in All Policies: A Guide for State and Local Governments was created by the American Public Health AssociationPublic Health Institute and the California Department of Public Health, in response to growing interest in using collaborative approaches to improve population health by embedding health considerations into decision-making processes across a broad array of sectors. It is geared toward state and local government leaders who want to use intersectoral collaboration to promote healthy environments.

Read a four-page summary of the report and view presentations from an APHA panel on the Health in All Policies approach:

  • Health in All Policies as a Tool to Promote the Social Determinants of Health and Health Equity
    Julia Caplan, MPP, MPH
  • Building Sustainable, Long-Term Inter-Agency Partnerships
    Connie Mitchell, MD, MPH
  • Tools to Get You Started with Health in All Policies
    Karen Ben-Moshe, MPP, MPH
  • Embedding Health and Equity into the Fabric of Government
    Lianne Dillon, MPH
  • Implementing Health in All Policies: Examples and Lessons Learned
    Linda Rudolph, MD, MPH