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Creating triple-wins for health, equity and environmental sustainability: elements of good practice based on learning from the INHERIT case studies

Bell, Ruth, Khan, Matluba, Romeo-Velilla, Maria, Stegeman, Ingrid, Godfrey, Alba, Costongs, Caroline, Taylor, Timothy, Morris, George, Staatsen, Brigit, van der Vliet, Nina, Kruize, Hanneke, Sarheim Anthun, Kirsti, Lillefjell, Monica, Espnes, Geir Arild, Chaibai, Aline, de Jalón, Silvestre García, Quiroga, Sonia, Martinez-Juarez, Pablo, Máca, Vojtěch, Zvěřinová, Iva, Ščasný, Milan, Marques, Sibila, Craveiro, Daniela, Westerink, Joyce, Spelt, Hanne, Karnaki, Pania, Strube, Rosa, Merritt, Anne-Sophie, Friberg, Marita, Bélorgey, Nathalie, Vos, Marjolijn, Gjorgjev, Dragan and Upelniece, Inese 2019. Creating triple-wins for health, equity and environmental sustainability: elements of good practice based on learning from the INHERIT case studies. Brussels: EuroHealthNet,. Available at: https://www.inherit.eu/synthesis_report_elements_o...

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Abstract

This report draws out dimensions of good practice for building this triple-win, based on learning from the INHERIT project’s 15 case studies. In the context of the project, good practice refers to ways that support changing contexts and create conditions to enable behaviour change to reach the triple-win. This report summarises key information for consideration by governmental and non-governmental policy-makers and practitioners planning to work across sectors to achieve the triple-win through behaviour change at every level. INHERIT researchers have focused their evaluations of the 15 INHERIT case studies on implementation, intersectoral cooperation, impacts and cost benefits. The researchers have taken dimensions of good practice from INHERIT research to be those elements that appear to be promising or necessary in the contexts in which the INHERIT cases studies are implemented. The extent to which these elements of good practice can be generalised to other contexts merits consideration in developing future initiatives towards creating synergies across sectors. INHERIT researchers have drawn out lessons learned from information gathered in evaluations about triggers for the initiatives, key elements for implementation, success factors in intersectoral cooperation, what could have been done better, what should be done in the future, and the most important learnings from the evaluation of outcomes, costs and benefits.

Item Type: Monograph (UNSPECIFIED)
Date Type: Publication
Status: Published
Schools: Geography and Planning (GEOPL)
Additional Information: www.inherit.eu
Publisher: EuroHealthNet,
Funders: European Union
Date of First Compliant Deposit: 27 October 2020
Last Modified: 27 Oct 2020 15:30
URI: http://orca.cf.ac.uk/id/eprint/135949

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