Resources for Educators, Families, & Administrators to Ensure a Safe & Physically Active 2020-2021 School Year

This page will be updated as new information becomes available. [Last update: September 11, 2020] Click here to browse resources for remote physical activity and physical education for educators, families, and administrators Click here to browse resources for planning Safe Routes to School for Fall 2020 Remote Physical Activity and Physical Education Resources for Educators, … Continue reading “Resources for Educators, Families, & Administrators to Ensure a Safe & Physically Active 2020-2021 School Year”

Scientific Advisory & Policy Statement on Built Environment & Active Transportation from AHA

A new Scientific Advisory and Policy Statement on the built environment and active transportation from the American Heart Association was published today in Circulation. Dr. Angie Cradock of the Prevention Research Center on Nutrition and Physical Activity at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health contributed specifically to “Creating Built Environments That Expand Active Transportation … Continue reading “Scientific Advisory & Policy Statement on Built Environment & Active Transportation from AHA”

HPRC Research to Be Presented at the 2019 Conference on Health and Active Transportation

On December 11, Dr. Angie Cradock, Deputy Director of the HPRC will present a poster featuring findings from a recent report commissioned by the Physical Activity Research Center (PARC) at the 2019 Conference on Health and Active Transportation at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. About the Conference The purpose of the Conference … Continue reading “HPRC Research to Be Presented at the 2019 Conference on Health and Active Transportation”

STUDY: How Individual- & County-Level Factors Are Associated with Public Support for Active Transportation Policies

A study from the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health in collaboration with the Physical Activity Policy Research Network (PAPRN) assessed the predictors of stated support for policies promoting physically active travel, and found that such support is higher in areas where larger investments are made in active travel infrastructure, public transit is accessible, … Continue reading “STUDY: How Individual- & County-Level Factors Are Associated with Public Support for Active Transportation Policies”

Session on School Travel Modes & Active Transportation Among Boston Public School Students in Spring 2015 at APHA 2017

At the upcoming American Public Health Association 2017 Annual Meeting and Expo, Dr. Angie Cradock of the Prevention Research Center on Nutrition and Physical Activity at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health will present findings on school travel modes and active transportation among Boston Public School Students during Spring 2015. Date: Wednesday, November 8, … Continue reading “Session on School Travel Modes & Active Transportation Among Boston Public School Students in Spring 2015 at APHA 2017”