The Maine Health Impact Assessment Initiative (MeHI), in partnership with Healthy Maine Streets, USM, MeHAF, and Maine CDC Divisions of Rural Health and Population Health is pleased to invite you to attend this training on Health Impact Assessment (HIA), a tool for bringing health to the decision making process.
The training will be led by Human Impact Partners (HIP), a non-profit organization that is one of the country’s leaders in HIA training. Active participation in both days of training is required. Registration fees include continental breakfast, lunch and afternoon refreshments both days. A mini grant has been established to assist with travel and lodging expenses for those who want to attend but who live more than 75 miles from the USM campus.
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