Including health in transport policy agendas : the role of health impact assessment analyses and procedures in the European experience / Carlos Dora and Francesca Racioppi
Other TitlesInclure la santé dans les programmes d' élaboration des politiques des transports : le rôle des analyses et méthodes d' évaluation de l' impact sanitaire dans l' expérience européenne : résumé
Inclusión de la salud en las agendas de las políticas de transporte : función de los análisis y procedimientos de evaluación del impacto sanitario en la experiencia de Europa : resumen
Dora, Carlos & Racioppi, Francesca. (2003). Including health in transport policy agendas : the role of health impact assessment analyses and procedures in the European experience / Carlos Dora and Francesca Racioppi. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/71877
Bulletin of the World Health Organization : the International Journal of Public Health 2003 ; 81(6) : 399-403
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