A case study of the conditions under which EFHIA is most effective in influencing decision-making and the implementation of projects, plans or policies.

Project Short Title

HIA Evaluation

Project Status

Completed Projects

Chief Investigators

Ben Harris-Roxas, Pat Bazeley, Lynn Kemp

Aims

To answer:

  • What are the direct and indirect impacts of EFHIAs conducted on health service plans?
  • Does EFHIA improve the consideration of equity in planning and implementation compared to usual practices within the health sector?
  • How does EFHIA improve the consideration of equity in proposal development and implementation within the health sector?

Design and Method

  • Retrospective case study of 3 completed EFHIAs
  • Prospective multiple case study of 3 health plans and subsequent EFHIAs

Contact

Email: cphce@unsw.edu.au

Key Partners

Greater Southern Area Health Service, Hunter New England Area Health Service,Sydney South West Area Health Service

Funding

National Health and Medical Research Council Postgraduate Research Scholarship

Project lead centre
CHETRE
Project stream
Action for Equity
Project start date
2008
Project end date
2010