2007 Health in All Policies forum
Following the completion of the first part of her residency in early 2007, Professor Ilona Kickbusch released an interim report calling for the SA Government to convene an across government Health in All Policies (HiAP) Conference. The Department of Health and the Department of the Premier and Cabinet worked together to deliver Professor Kickbusch’s recommendation and convened the state-based HiAP conference in November 2007. The Conference focused on increasing understanding across government of the key interactions and synergies between health, the economy, and the achievement of South Australia’s Strategic Plan (SASP) targets. The HiAP conference provided an opportunity for government agencies to consider how best to incorporate HiAP as part of the ongoing policy development process.
Professor Ilona Kickbusch, South Australian Thinker in Residence and Population Health Expert.
Introduced Health in All Policies and the Social Determinants of Health (PDF 368KB)
Mr Brett Rowse, South Australian Deputy Under Treasurer, Department of Treasury and Finance.
The Health budget impact on South Australia – Implications now and in the future (PDF 134KB)
Dr Tony Sherbon, Chief Executive, Department of Health.
The impact of chronic disease and the role of Population Health (PDF 68KB)
Dr Kimmo Leppo, Ex Director General, Finnish Ministry of Social Affairs and Health.
The International lessons from Health in All Policies – barriers, opportunities and process (PDF 212KB)
Ms Tanya Smith, Deputy Chief Executive, Cabinet Office, Dept of Premier and Cabinet
South Australia’s Strategic Plan - Working Differently (PDF 41KB)
Ms Heather Parkes, Project Manager, TracSA.
Summary of the Health in All Policy case study process and key outcomes (PDF 65KB)
Mr Chris Geisler, Director, Strategy, Department of Trade and Economic Development.
The Economic Growth Target and Health in All Policies (PDF 111KB)
Professor Tony McMichael, Director, National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, Australian National University.
Examples of joined up agendas – Ecological Sustainability and Population Health (PDF 2089KB)
Professor Fran Baum, Head, Department of Public Health, Flinders University of South Australia.
Why understanding the dynamics of Population Health is essential to Health in All Policies (PDF 682KB)
Mr Tim Zak, Executive Director, Carnegie-Mellon University, Adelaide.
How to increase cross sector collaboration and engagement (PDF 112KB)
HiAP Conference Report back 1 – Health in All Policies in the South Australian Public Sector - Feedback from Conference Delegates (PDF 72KB)
HiAP Conference Report back 2 – Principles to Support Health in All Policies (PDF 52KB)