The effectiveness and cost effectiveness of health appraisal processes currently in use to address health and wellbeing during plan appraisal

Gray, S., Barton, H., Mytton, J., Lease, h., Carmichael, L. and Joynt, J. (2010) The effectiveness and cost effectiveness of health appraisal processes currently in use to address health and wellbeing during plan appraisal. Project Report. NICE, UWE.

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Publisher's URL: http://www.nice.org.uk/Guidance/PHG/Wave20/55

Abstract

This is the second of a series of seven reports to NICE concerned with the degree to which the spatial planning system incorporates health and well-being effectively in its processes. Report 1 examined how projects (concerned with land use) are appraised as part of the planning process. It examines how far and in what ways the statutory and non-statutory appraisal of projects account for potential positive and negative impacts on health and the social and environmental determinants of health, and what lessons emerge from current practices. Report 2 examines the same issues, but looks specifically at plan appraisal. It looks at the appraisal of spatial plan-making, including geographical areas or functions (for example transportation), and how health objectives and issues are considered. The two reports will feed into further review work, which will take into account a wider range of evidence from a number of sources, aiming to provide a basis for NICE guidance.

Item Type:Report or Working Paper (Project Report)
Uncontrolled Keywords:health, spatial planning, health outcomes, health inequalities, appraisals, SEA, EIA, health impact assessment, development management
Faculty/Department:Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences
ID Code:15341
Deposited By: Dr L. Carmichael
Deposited On:19 Jul 2011 11:17
Last Modified:10 Oct 2013 04:33

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