WHIASU ‘Participatory and Equity Focussed Health Impact Assessment (HIA)’ Webinar – 5 March 2020


Trade, health and well-being event – 7 November 2019

Notes from the discussions can be accessed here. More Information here.


Dr. Courtney McNamara, Senior Researcher at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Dr Andi Mabhala and Kristen Ward, PETRA, University of Chester
Dr. Susan Lloyd, Executive Policy Lead, Faculty of Public Health Board
Harmonising public health involvement in land use planning workshop – 19 November 2018

This is the second workshop held in 2018 focusing upon the theme of ‘reuniting health and planning,’ in particular to explore current levels of engagement between public health and local authorities and to explore opportunities to work in a more coherent way in the future. The day was chaired by Kate Eden, Non-Executive Director of Public Health Wales (PHW) and a total of 58 participants attended including town planners, environmental health officers, policy makers, academics, public health practitioners and Directors of Public Health, coming from all parts of Wales. To view the presentations from the day, please click on the links below (Available in English only).

Shaping a Shared Agenda Between Public Health and Land Use Planning – Dr Gill Richardson

Shaping a Shared Agenda Between Public Health and Land Use Planning – Simon Gilbert

Place Making in Welsh Government Policy and the Links to Public Health Priorities and Wider Determinants – Gemma Christian

Recognising the Value and Importance of Planning and Public Health System Working – Michael Chang

Setting the Scene: Harmonising and Improving Engagement Between Public Health and Planning Systems Project in Wales – Ed Huckle

How Things Have Moved On – World Examples of Good Practice – Dr Laurence Carmichael

Conference Presentations

Pre-conference to the 12th European Public Health Conference: Health Impact Assessment (HIA) institutionalization and multisectoral collaboration in Europe 2019
Welsh Policy and Politics in Unprecedented 2019
International Association of Impact Assessment (IAIA) Conference 2015:
Chartered Institute of Environmental Health Cymru 2015/Welsh Public Health Conference 2014: