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Valutazione di impatto sanitario (VIS)

Pubblicato mercoledì 23 Aprile 2014
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Health Impact assessment HIA – Un processo di stima degli effetti generali di un’azione specifica sulla salute di una data popolazione. Idealmente la VIS dovrebbe essere prospettica con l’obiettivo di valutare l’impatto sanitario potenziale, sia positivo che negativo, di progetti, programmi e politiche e migliorare la qualità delle decisioni riguardanti le politiche pubbliche.

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