Health impact assessment (HIA) is a systematic process that identifies potential positive and negative impacts of a project, policy or other proposal and makes recommendations on ways to enhance positive and reduce negative impacts. See my blog post for more detail on what it is and why do one. 

Here are some examples of HIAs :

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Health impact assessment of the biosolids management plan for the Highland Creek Treatment Plant
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Health assessment of the options under consideration for the City of Toronto’s waste strategy
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Health impact assessment of the use of artificial turf in Toronto
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Rapid Health Impact Assessment on the Alternative Solutions for the Gardiner Expressway and Lake Shore Boulevard East Reconfiguration
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Health impacts associated with Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport expansion
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Revenue tools for transit expansion: A screening level, equity-based health impact assessment

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Rapid health impact assessment for biosolids management at the Highland Creek Treatment Plant

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Mixed waste processing study health impact assessment