HIAP

AcronymDefinition
HIAPHealth Insurance Assistance Program (various locations)
HIAPHuman Inhibitor of Apoptosis Protein
HIAPHobbs Industrial Air Park (Hobbs, NM)
HIAPHuman Intestinal Alkaline Phosphatase
HIAPHealthy Indoor Air Education and Outreach Project
HIAPHome Intravenous Antibiotic Program
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de Leeuw (6) raises caution about HiAP researchers "placing themselves in the same part of the field as the public (sector) health bureaucracy." Her assertion that it may be "self-delusional" to assume shared ideals suggests researchers have not considered their positionality in the research or have no understanding of medical dominance and health system critiques.
Environmental health professionals routinely work with other sectors, so HiAP is particularly relevant as a process that can promote prevention-focused policies across sectors to improve health outcomes.
With reference to the socially determined nature of health and the environment, we explore whether lessons from the implementation of HiAP can be used to develop an EiAP approach.
As the project evolved, the HiAP approach led the team to take a more holistic view of how the Medicaid eligibility process might intersect with an inmate's progression through incarceration.
Putkonen reported in 1930 that a person genetically could be secretor or non-secretor according to ABH blood group substances in body secretions.3 The HIAP isoform of IAP is secreted in fasting only in the secretor's blood group, while NIAP isoform is secreted in both secretors and non-secretors after taking fatty meals.
As Juha Huuskonen, director of Helsinki International Artist Programme (HIAP), has written on his personal blog: 'All the funding for cultural organisations is already earmarked for existing established organisations and the system has been designed to maintain this status quo.' Today's younger artists feel excluded.
Heng Hiap Industries Sdn Bhd in Malaysia has developed recycling technology that can transform plastic scrap into materials which the company calls "smart plastics" that can be used for highly specialized applications.
health equity; global solidarity; health in all policies (HiAP); multiple regimens; good governance; health-promoting priorities; and the right to health.
The strongest example of this approach can be found in the recent writing and discussion recycling the 1988 idea of "Health in All Policies" ("HiAP").
In particular, 'Health in All Policies' (HiAP) has received significant national and international interest as a way to address the social determinants of health (Kickbush 2009; Kickbush & Buckett 2010; Sihito et al.
(40) Other similar companies that still appear to be controlled by their founders and families include Popular Holdings, (41) Thakral Corporation, (42) and Yeo Hiap Seng.
The theme of the conference is 'Health in All Policies (HiAP)' and is being held from the 10th to 14th of June, in Helsinki, Finland.