This paper systematically summarizes the scope of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Active Living by Design's physical projects and policy changes, describes resources generated by the partnerships, and highlights supports and barriers to the process.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine Presents the Evaluation of RWJF's Active Living by Design Program
- 1 Lessons from a Mixed-Methods Approach to Evaluating Active Living by Design
- 2 Capturing Community Change
- 3 Identifying the Role of Community Partnerships in Creating Change to Support Active Living
- 4 Assessment for Active Living
- 5 Evaluation of Physical Projects and Policies from the Active Living by Design Partnerships
- 6 Programs and Promotions: Approaches by 25 Active Living by Design Partnerships
- 7 Active Living by Design: Sustainability Strategies
- 8 Concept Mapping: Priority Community Strategies to Create Changes to Support Active Living
- 9 Evaluation of Active Living by Design
- 10 Evaluation Results from an Active Living Intervention in Somerville, Massachusetts
- 11 Bike, Walk, and Wheel
- 12 A Walking School Bus Program
- 13 Creating a Moment for Active Living via a Media Campaign
- 14 Isanti County Active Living
- 15 Using a Bicycle-Pedestrian Count to Assess Active Living in Downtown Wilkes-Barre
- 16 Active Living by Design's Contributions to the Movement
- 17 Healthy People and the Design Sciences
- 18 Active Living by Design and It's Evaluation
- 19 A Mixed-Methods Evaluation of School-Based Active Living Programs
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