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    Ben Harris-Roxas

    I’d suggest that health equity impact statements might be inadequate for the task required. We only need to look at family impact statements to see how a health equity impact statement could devolve into a back-of-the-envelope exercise.

    There are already existing approaches such as equity focused health impact assessment that would be more useful. A evidence-informed process is required, not yet another check-box statement.

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    Croakey

    Croakey

    Are there any other suggestions for getting health equity into the mainstream dialogue? I know that it’s a hot topic for some health industry insiders but I don’t think it’s anywhere near top-of-mind in mainstream health debates. Perhaps not even anywhere near bottom-of-mind…

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