In their responses to â€˜Understanding the role of public administration in implementing action on the social determinants of health and health inequities,â€™ authors Clavier, Breton, Oâ€™Flynn, and De Leeuw, raise a range of additional insights from public administration and the frontline of public health policy advocacy. These include the importance of ideas and ideation processes, structural changes to policy administration and the creation of boundaries and the prominent but potentially limited initiative Health in All Policies (HiAP). When we put these together, an important confluence of ideas emerges that speak to contemporary public health challenges. In my response, I use HiAP as an anchor by which to interrogate how these insights might come together to focus our research and action agenda.
|Journal||International Journal of Health Policy and Management|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|