|Step||Objective||What we did||Outcomes|
|Screening||To decide whether a HIA is feasible, timely, and would add value to the decision making process||The CHIA team identified Alcohol industry as suitable focus for further development of CHIA methodology. CUB identified as suitable candidate for Alcohol company operating in Australia||Decision made to conduct a CHIA to inform development of CHIA methodology and also to provide evidence and recommendations to influence CUB practice in relation to CDoH.|
|Scoping||To create a plan and timeline for conducting a HIA that defines priority issues, research questions and methods, and participant roles||Scoping meeting held with the working group to determine focus of assessment.||
Estimated health impacts including CUB’s share of alcohol attributable fractions and death burden.
Focus populations: Australian population
Focus timeframes: Current
Geographic focus: Australia
|Identification||Collect evidence to identify potential health impacts||
Evidence compiled included:|
• Corporate literature
• Media reports
• Semi-structured interviews with experts and key stakeholders
• Ecological analysis
|Evidence summaries developed.|
Synthesise and critically assess the information in order to prioritise health impacts:|
To provide evidence based recommendations to mitigate negative and maximize positive health impacts.
Make decisions to reach a set of final recommendations for acting on the HIA’s findings.
|A workshop with working group to discuss and validate the findings of the assessment and develop recommendations for policy options and response.||
CHIA framework populated|
|Report on health impacts and recommendations||To develop the HIA report and communicate findings and recommendations||Findings compiled by the CHIA team.||A paper for peer reviewed publication developed|
|Monitoring and evaluation||Monitor and collate responses to HIA publication||Use findings from monitoring response to inform further development of framework and future application|