Many of the findings and experiences of the HIA4SD research project are published in the peer-reviewed literature and other outlets. In addition, the country teams have developed policy brief to summarize the findings for policy makers.
Below, the links to the publications are categorized by topic. All documents are available open access.
Leuenberger et al. (2022): Incorporating community perspectives in health impact assessment: A toolbox
Ammann et al. (2021): Health impact assessment and climate change: A scoping review
Engebretsen & Brugger (2021): Divergent corporates: Explaining mining companies divergent performance in health impact assessments
Winkler et al. (2021): Health impact assessment international best practice principles
Dietler et al. (2020): Inclusion of health in impact assessment: A review of current practice in sub-Saharan Africa
Farnham et al. (2020): Using district health information to monitor sustainable development
Winkler et al. (2020): Current global health impact assessment practice
Leuenberger et al. (2019): Health impact assessment and health equity in sub-Saharan Africa: A scoping review
Winkler et al. (2019): Health impact assessment for promoting sustainable development: The HIA4SD project
Cossa et al. (2021): Health studies in the context of artisanal and small-scale mining: A scoping review
Dietler et al. (2021): Impact of mining projects on water and sanitation infrastructures and associated child health outcomes: A multi-country analysis of demographic and health surveys (DHS) in sub-Saharan Africa
Dietler et al. (2020): Quantification of annual settlement growth in rural mining areas using machine learning
Leuenberger, Dietler et al. (2021): Water and health in mining settings in sub-Saharan Africa: A mixed methods geospatial visualization
Leuenberger et al. (2021): Gendered health impacts of industrial gold mining in northwestern Tanzania: perceptions of local communities