Health in All Policies (HiAP) is an approach to policies that systematically and explicitly takes into account the health implications of the decisions we make; targets the key social determinants of health; looks for synergies between health and other core objectives and the work we do with partners; and tries to avoid causing harm with the aim of improving the health of the population and reducing inequity. Read the report here.

Read the other stories here, which include:

  • Improving the health of the public by 2040: optimising the research environment for a healthier, fairer future
  • Growing older in the UK
  • Awareness and understanding of EHRC guidance on the Public Sector Equality Duty: a qualitative study
  • Inequalities in mental health, cognitive impairment and dementia among older people
  • Mental health at work report 2016