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The future of public health policymaking after COVID-19: lessons from Health in All Policies

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Cairney P, St Denny E & Mitchell H (2021) The future of public health policymaking after COVID-19: lessons from Health in All Policies. University of Stirling Public Policy Blog [Blog post] 26.03.2021. https://policyblog.stir.ac.uk/2021/03/26/the-future-of-public-health-policymaking-after-covid-19-lessons-from-health-in-all-policies/

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his post summarises new research on the health equity strategy Health in All Policies. As our previous post (https://paulcairney.wordpress.com/2020/04/13/coronavirus-and-the-social-determinants-of-health-lessons-from-health-in-all-policies-initiatives/) suggests, it is common to hope that a major event will create a ‘window of opportunity’ for such strategies to flourish, but the current COVID-19 experience suggests otherwise. If so, what do HIAP studies tell us about how to respond, and do they offer any hope for future strategies? The full report (*awaiting peer review*) is on Open Research Europe, accompanied (soon) by a brief interview on its contribution to the Horizon 2020 project – IMAJINE – on spatial justice.

Type of mediaBlog post
StatusPublished
Publication date26/03/2021
Publication date online26/03/2021
PublisherUniversity of Stirling
Publisher URLhttps://policyblog.stir.ac.uk/…in-all-policies/

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Professor Paul Cairney

Professor Paul Cairney

Professor, Politics

Miss Heather Mitchell

Miss Heather Mitchell

PhD Researcher, Institute for Social Marketing

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