Achieving Change Across Sectors: Integrating Research, Policy, & Practice
Tuesday, February 11
1:00 pm ET
The January/February 2014 (Vol. 28, Issue sp3) supplemental issue of the American Journal of Health Promotion is devoted to Active Living Research. The issue highlights papers selected from abstracts submitted for presentation at Active Living Research’s tenth annual conference in February 2013. The theme of the 2013 annual conference was Achieving Change Across Sectors; Integrating Research, Policy and Practice.
This webinar will feature key findings from three papers and will be moderated by the Associate Editor of the supplement, Jay Maddock. There will be time for Q&A after each presentation and a brief wrap-up discussion.
Featured Articles and Presenters
- Evaluating the Implementation and Active Living Impacts of a State Government Planning Policy Designed to Create Walkable Neighborhoods in Perth, Western Australia. (American Journal of Health Promotion: January/February 2014, Vol. 28, No. sp3, pp. S5-S18)
- Paula Hooper, PhD, MSc, BSc, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, RESIDE-II Research into Practice Project Coordinator
- Taking Physical Activity to the Streets: The Popularity of Ciclovia and Open Streets Initiatives in the United States. (American Journal of Health Promotion: January/February 2014, Vol. 28, No. sp3, pp. S116-S118)
- J. Aaron Hipp, PhD, Assistant Professor, Brown School | Washington University in St. Louis Investigator, Prevention Research Center in St. Louis
- Impact of the Boston Active School Day Policy to Promote Physical Activity Among Children. (American Journal of Health Promotion: January/February 2014, Vol. 28, No. sp3, pp. S54-S64)
- Angie Cradock, PhD, Senior Research Scientist, Harvard School of Public Health | Deputy Director, Harvard Prevention Research Center
- Jill Carter, EdM, MA, Executive Director, Health and Wellness Department, Boston Public Schools