HIAS


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HIASHebrew Immigrant Aid Society
HIASHospital Infantil Albert Sabin (Portuguese: Albert Sabin Children's Hospital; Fortaleza, Brazil)
HIASHampshire Industrial Archaeology Society (UK)
HIASHotel Industry Apprenticeship Scheme
HIASHomeland Insecurity Advisory System (political group; Washington, DC)
HIAShigh intensity active sonar
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"Nobody likes a mil-yun-aire, Nobody likes hia looks, Nobody'll share his slightest care, He classes with thugs and crooks."
HIAs are evidence based, and therefore effective research and monitoring is essential to provide that evidence -- this is where a goals framework, with monitoring of targets, strengthens the ability to do HIA.
HIAS is now among nine groups that contract with the State Department to help refugees settle in the United States, and it has recently clashed with the Trump administration over policies that have throttled the flow of such newcomers.
It is not surprising that most of the HIAs we found dealt with addictive substances.
health impact assessment (HIA) has been identied as a useful mechanism to assess and improve the health consequences of projects and policies not directly in the health sector.
Our goal is to determine the dynamic equilibrium of chemotherapy drugs and HIA during hematopoiesis.
Through her planning education she has heard of "Health Impact Assessment" (HIA) and thinks it would help this situation.
HIAs are pretty useful and can be utilized for gauging the impact of alcohol and drug policies and programs.
In addition, the PHAC HIA project team interviewed 21 individuals who had been involved in the three HIAs outlined earlier in this paper--Future Currents: Electricity Scenarios for New Zealand 2005-2050, Avondale's Future Framework and the Greater Christchurch Urban Development Strategy (Ward 2006).
Health Impact Assessment (HIA) is an interdisciplinary, multi-sectorial approach that takes into account social, environmental, economic and political factors, as it is widely acknowledged that the interplay of these factors collectively determine health, equity and wellbeing (1).
The HIA followed the stages of the Public Health Advisory Committee (2005) guide on HIAs: