Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Introduction to Health in All Policies and the analytical framework of the book / Eeva Ollila, Fran Baum, Sebastián Peña.
Chapter 2. History of HiAP / Fran Baum, Eeva Ollila, Sebastián Peña.
Chapter 3. Health and development : challenges and pathways to HiAP in low-income countries / Sarah Cook, Shufang Zhang, Ilcheong Yi.
Chapter 4. Prioritizing health equity / Michael Marmot, Jessica Allen.
Chapter 5. Globalization and national policy space for health and a HiAP approach / Meri Koivusalo, Ronald Labonte, Suwit Wibulpolprasert, Churnrurtai Kanchanachitra.
Chapter 6. Promoting equity from the start through early child development and Health in All Policies (ECD-HiAP) / Raúl Mercer, Clyde Hertzman, Helia Molina, Ziba Vaghri.
Chapter 7. Work, health and employment / Jorma Rantanen, Joan Benach, Carles Muntaner, Tsuyoshi Kawakami, Rokho Kim.
Chapter 8. Promoting mental health : a crucial component of all public policy / Rachel Jenkins, Alberto Minoletti.
Chapter 9. Agriculture, food and nutrition / Stuart Gillespie, Florence Egal, Martina Park.
Chapter 10. Tobacco or health / Douglas Bettcher, Vera Luiza da Costa e Silva.
Chapter 11. Alcohol / Peter Anderson, Sally Casswell, Charles Parry, Jürgen Rehm.
Chapter 12. Lessons from environment and health for HiAP / Carlos Dora, Michaela Pfeiffer, Francesca Racioppi.
Chapter 13. Making development assistance for health more effective through HiAP / Ravi Ram.
Chapter 14. The health sector's role in HiAP / Kimmo Leppo, Viroj Tangcharoensathien.
Chapter 15. Lessons for policy-makers / Kimmo Leppo, Eeva Ollila, Sebastián Peña, Matthias Wismar, Sarah Cook. "Health in All Policies (HiAP) is an approach to policies that systematically takes into account the health and health-system implications of decisions, seeks synergies, and avoids harmful health impacts to improve population health and health equity. It is founded on health-related rights and obligations and has great potential to improve population health and equity. However, incorporating health into policies across sectors is often challenging and even when decisions are made, implementation may only be partial or unsustainable. This volume aims to improve our understanding of the dynamics of HiAP policy-making and implementation processes. Drawing on experience from all regions, and from countries at various levels of economic development, it demonstrates that HiAP is feasible in different contexts, and provides fresh insight into how to seize opportunities to promote HiAP and how to implement policies for health across sectors. Part I sets the scene with five chapters on the concept and history of HiAP, links between socioeconomic development and health, the social determinants of health, and the importance of preserving national policy space for health in a globalizing world. Part II assesses progress in eight policy areas including early childhood development, work and health, mental health promotion, agriculture, food and nutrition, tobacco, alcohol, environment and development assistance. Part III draws together lessons for the health sector, as well as for politicians, policy-makers, researchers and civil society advocates."