Villawood East Master Plan Literature Review - HIA Connect

May 9, 2013 - Primary Health Care and Equity, Faculty of Medicine, University of NSW. Design: ... housing estate in South Western Sydney, NSW, Australia.
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Villawood East Master Plan HIA Literature Review May 2013

Prepared in October 2012 for the Centre for Health Equity Training Research and Evaluation (CHETRE) by Ryngan Pyper and Ben Cave of Ben Cave Associates Ltd. Suggested citation: Ben Cave Associates Ltd. Villawood East Master Plan HIA Literature Review. Liverpool, NSW: Centre for Health Equity Training Research and Evaluation, part of the Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity, Faculty of Medicine, University of NSW, 2013. Centre for Health Equity Training Research and Evaluation (CHETRE), part of the Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity, Faculty of Medicine, University of NSW A Unit of Population Health, South Western Sydney Local Health District, NSW Health A Member of the Ingham Institute Locked Mail Bag 7103 Liverpool BC NSW 1871 AUSTRALIA Email [email protected] Phone +61 2 8738 9310 Fax +61 2 8738 9350 Web http://www.cphce.unsw.edu.au ISBN 978-1-876504-93-9 May 2013 © Ben Cave Associates Ltd and Centre for Health Equity Training Research and Evaluation (CHETRE), part of the Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity, Faculty of Medicine, University of NSW Design: Fiona Byrne Acknowledgements: Figure 1 is reproduced with permission of Sarah Curtis. The figure is from: Curtis S, Cave, B, and Coutts, A. Regeneration and neighbourhood change. Paper prepared for HDA seminar series. London: Health Development Agency, 2002:p13. Available at http://www.nice.org.uk. This figure was adapted from Dunn JR, Hayes MV. Social inequality, population health, and housing: a study of two Vancouver neighborhoods. Social Science & Medicine 2000;51(4):563-87. Available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0277-9536(99)00496-7. Figure 2 reproduced with permission of the Heart Foundation Australia. The figure is from: Giles-Corti, B., Ryan, K., and Foster, S. Increasing density in Australia: maximising the health benefits and minimising harm. Evidence review. 2012 Commissioned by the National Heart Foundation of Australia. Available at http://bit.ly/WeAAf5; http://www.heartfoundation.org.au/SiteCollectionDocuments/Increasing-densityin-Australia-Evidence-Review-2012.pdf. Figure 3 reproduced with permission of Edmund Seto. The figure is from: University of California Berkeley Health Impact Group (UCBHIG). HOPE VI to HOPE SF San Francisco Public Housing Redevelopment: A Health Impact Assessment. Berkeley: UC Berkeley Health Impact Group, University of California, 2009. Available at http://bit.ly/QBbnHQ.

Contents 1 Introduction 2 Method Scope Search strategy Evidence classification Quality of studies Strength of evidence Search criteria Search record Selection of grey literature Selection of previous HIAs 3 Discussion Interpretation What do systematic reviews tell us? General Mental health Social cohesion Access to services Access to good quality space/urban design What do other literature sources add? General Mental health Social cohesion Access to services Access to good quality space/urban design What is the evidence for effects on vulnerable groups? General Mental health Social cohesion Access to services Access to good quality space/urban design What is the experience from previous Health Impact Assessments? HIA summaries (additional detail is provided in appendices) 4 Appendix A: Literature Summaries Interpretation Section A: Evidence from systematic reviews Section B: Evidence from other published literature Section C: Evidence from previous HIAs of housing developments 5 Appendix B: Conceptual models 6 Appendix C: Summary of key findings 7 List of references

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Tables and Figures Table 1 Quality of studies rankings and definitions Table 2 Strength of evidence ranking and scoring system Table 3 Recommendation grade rankings and definitions Table 4 Search terms used Table 5 Summary database search record Table 6 Summary of key findings and vulnerable populations

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