Evidence use in equity focused health impact assessment: a realist evaluation

@inproceedings{Tyler2019EvidenceUI,
  title={Evidence use in equity focused health impact assessment: a realist evaluation},
  author={Ingrid Tyler and Bernadette Bernie Pauly and Jenney Meng Han Wang and Tobie Patterson and Ivy Lynn Bourgeault and Heather Manson},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2019}
}
BackgroundEquity-focused health impact assessment (EFHIA) can function as a framework and tool that supports users to collate data, information, and evidence related to health equity in order to identify and mitigate the impact of a current or proposed initiative on health inequities. Despite education efforts in both the clinical and public health settings, practitioners have found implementation and the use of evidence in completing equity focussed assessment tools to be challenging.MethodsWe… CONTINUE READING
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