CoA Research Forum - Nisha Botchwey

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    • Thursday January 22, 2015 - Friday January 23, 2015
      10:00 am - 9:59 am
  • Location: Architecture Library, Architecture West building, Atlanta, GA
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Summary Sentence: Developing a Model Curriculum for a University Course in Health Impact Assessment in the USA

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  • Nisha Botchwey 2014 Nisha Botchwey 2014

As health impact assessments (HIAs) become increasingly common in the USA, there is growing demand for instruction beyond short courses and online training. As of October 2013, there are graduate level courses that include instruction on HIA in at least 17 universities in the USA, including four courses that focus explicitly on HIA. Instructors of these four courses collaborated to develop a model curriculum for teaching HIA that draws on a framework for experiential learning and on a theoretical model of curriculum formulation. This talk will highlight the Model HIA for university-level classroom instruction and parallel online resources.  This model curriculum may help faculty develop a graduate level HIA course at their institution, as well as inform public health and community design professionals interested in building capacity to conduct HIAs, and students considering taking an HIA course. Funding for this project was provided by the Georgia Tech Research Foundation.

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College of Design, School of City & Regional Planning, CQGRD - Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development

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Undergraduate students, Faculty/Staff, Graduate students
City and Regional Planning, nisha botchwey, Research
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