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Illuminates the opportunities and barriers transportation policy creates for building healthy communities.
This document highlights neighborhood-level changes to the built environment that can have a positive influence on the health of community residents, especially in low-income communities. The...
This Prevention Institute and PolicyLink document examines the role of prevention and public health investments in furthering the goals of federal health reform.
This brief presents a compilation of research and recommendations written by advocates and academics in the fields of transportation, public health and equity.
This paper describes The Spectrum of Prevention methodology in current practice in the injury field that can be effective at preventing alcohol-related injuries (both "intentional," i.e. violent...
This publication provides effective primary prevention activities to reduce the incidence of sexual violence, emphasizing the importance of changing social norms.
Co-released with The California Endowment and The Urban Institute, this document describes how investment in primary prevention can lead to improved health and health care.
Results from the Healthier America California Convening, lays out recommendations for federal government transformation. Co-released with Trust for America's Health.
Offers a framework for creating food and activity environments in neighborhoods and institutions that will motivate and support families to adopt healthy behaviors.
Though this brief primarily views the built environment through a public health lens, it also describes built environment issues from the perspective of environmental justice, sustainable food...