#83 Health, Equity and the Built Environment

Number of presentations - 8, including:

Achieving Neighborhood Health Equity (Slides)
Richard J. Jackson, MD, MPH, Professor, Chair, Department of Environmental Sciences, University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, USA.           

Health Impact Assessment (Slides)
Andrew L. Dannenberg, Affiliate Professor, Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences and Urban Design and Planning, School of Public Health, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA.        

Making Cities Healthy for All: Strategic Planning Policy (Slides)
Andrew Wheeler, Researcher, Healthy Built Environments Program, City Futures Research Centre, Faculty of the Built Environment, University of New South Wales, Sydney, AUSTRALIA.     

Planning for Healthy Communities: New Collaborations, New Challenges  (Paper and Slides)
Thomas Jacobson, JD, MCP, AICP, Professor, Director, Center for Sustainable Communities Department of Environmental Studies & Planning, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA, USA, and Amy Lyle, and Jana Hill, Sonoma County Permit & Resource Management Department, Santa Rosa, CA, USA.

Evidence-Based Public Health Impacts of the Built Environment  (Paper and Slides)
Glen Johnson, Lehman College, City University of New York School of Public Health Bronx, NY, USA.         

Healthy Urban Planning through Intersectoral Action: Introduction to Concepts and Examples from Four WHO Case Studies  (Paper and Slides)
Suvi Huikuri, Technical Officer, World Health Organization, Kobe, JAPAN. 

Neighbourhood Design and Healthy Living  (Paper and Slides)
Alpana Sivam, Senior Lecturer, University of South Australia, School of Natural and Built Environments, Adelaide, AUSTRALIA. 

If You Build it . . . do it Safely! Building in Safety While Creating Active Urban and Building Environments  (Paper and Slides)
Andrea C. Gielen, Professor and Director, Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy, Baltimore, MD, USA. 

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