#68 Public Health & Planning Collaborate

Number of presentations - 12, including:

Health Impact Assessment (Slides)
Andrew Dannenberg, MD, MPH, Professor, School of Public Health, University of Washington,  Seattle, WA, USA

Healthy Design of Communities: Lessons Learned in Developing Healthy Planning Policy and Local “How-to” Guide” (Paper and Slides)
Lou K. Brewer, RN, MPH, Director, Tarrant County Public Health, Fort Worth, TX, USA

Growing a healthier community by incorporating a Health Element into a Comprehensive Plan (Paper and Slides)
Jonnie Hyde, Ph.D., Program Manager, Community Health, Health Assessment and Evaluation Unit; Brendon Haggerty, MURP, Program Coordinator; Melanie Payne, MPH, Epidemiologist; Jennifer Merte, MPH CDC/CSTE, Applied Epidemiology Fellow, Health Assessment and Evaluation Unit, Clark County Public Health, Vancouver, WA, USA

Planning for Health & Well-Being in Oakville – a Prescription for Sustainability – Now Just Take the Medicine! (Paper)
Dana Anderson, MCIP, RPP, Director, Planning Services; Cindy Toth, Director of Environmental Policy, Town of Oakville, Oakville, ON, CANADA

Planning Neighborhoods to Mitigate the Effects of Urban Noise (Paper and Slides)
George A. Luz, Luz Social and Environmental Associates, Ashland, OR, USA

Opportunities and Challenges to Promote Physical Activity & Healthy Eating
(Paper and Slides)

Shaun Underkoffler, Health Education Specialist, York City Bureau of Health, York, PA, USA

Integrated curriculum for students of urban planning and public health (Paper and Slides)
Vivek Shandas, Associate Professor, School of Community Health and Urban Studies and Planning, Portland State University; Stephanie Farquhar, Associate Professor, School of Community Health, Portland State University; Moriah McSharry McGrath, Research Analyst, Multnomah County Health Dept., Ph.D. candidate, Portland State University; Dawn Hanson, Student, Portland State University, Portland, OR, USA

People, place and planet: promoting sustainable communities, locally and globally through engaged, active universities (Paper and Slides)
Rosalind Wade, Reader, Department of Education, Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences, London South Bank University, London UNITED KINGDOM

The Healthy Built Environments Program: An Interdisciplinary and Connected Way-of-Working (Paper and Slides)
Susan Thompson, Assoc Prof., Faculty of the Built Environment, University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA

From Health Impact Assessment to Healthy Community (Paper and Slides)
Cheryl A. Burnette, Assistant Director, Decatur Active Living, City of Decatur, Decatur, GA, USA

Development of an evidence-based Health Impact Assessment model using CommunityViz (Paper and Slides)
Jared Ulmer, Planner, Urban Design 4 Health, Seattle, WA, USA

Effects of Environmental Settings on Measures of Holistic Health (Paper and Slides)
Kurt Beil, ND, MSOM, MPH, Adjunct research faculty, National College of Natural Medicine, Portland, OR, USA

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