Evidence and HIA
Meaningful health impact assessment (HIA) depends on the availability of robust quantitative and qualitative evidence of such impacts. This chapter considers what sort of evidence may be required, what may be available, and some of the current gaps. It also reviews what evidence may mean to those conducting and using HIAs.
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