#58 Health and the Built Environment

Number of papers - 11, including:

The Challenge
Suzanne Crowhurst Lennard, Director, IMCL Council, Portland, OR

Codes Red, White and Blue
Richard J. Jackson, MD MPH, Professor, Chair, Dept. of Environmental Health Sciences, UCLA.

Social Life, Health and the Built Environment
Suzanne Crowhurst Lennard, Director, IMCL Council, Portland, OR

Using Health Impact Assessment to Promote Healthy Community Design
Andrew L. Dannenberg, MD, MPH, Assoc. Director for Science, Emergency & Environmental Health Services, NCEH, Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, GA

Innovative ways that local government can be a catalyst for building health into community design
Tracy Delaney, Ph.D., R.D., Health Planning & Program Specialist, Public Health Services, San Diego Co Health & Human Services Agency, San Diego, CA

Urban Landscape Pattern and Childhood Obesity
Jun-Hyun Kim, Assist Prof, Landscape Arch, Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo, CA

Neighborhood Influences on the Physical Activity of Low-income, African American Children
Douglas Williams, Landscape & Human Health Lab, University of IL, Urbana-Champaign, IL

A Strategy to Improve Housing Energy Efficiency and Improve Child Health by Preventing Lead Paint Exposure
Michael Weitzman MD, Professor of Pediatrics and Psychiatry, NY University School of Medicine, NY, NY

Systems, policies and environments for childhood obesity prevention
Laura K. Brennan, President and CEO, Transtria LLC, St. Louis, MO

How the Confluence of Community Organizing, Public Health, Urban Planning, and Public Policy Reduce Obesity Rates and Improve Quality of Life
Phil Valko, Active Living Program Manager, Trailnet, St. Louis, MO

Do Fast Food Restaurants Cluster Around High Schools
Hilary Nixon, Assist Prof, Urban & Regional Planning Dept, San Jose SU, San Jose, CA

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