American Journal of Preventive Medicine February 2009 Supplement
The February 2009 (Vol. 36, No. 2S) issue of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine is devoted to Active Living Research.
This supplement issue highlights the first six years of Active Living Research and evaluates its success in developing this transdisciplinary field of research.
Below you can find all articles contained in the 2009 Volume 36, Number 2S supplement issue.
Active Living Research: A Six-Year Report
History of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Active Living Research Program: Origins and Strategy
CT Orleans, LC Leviton, KA Thomas, TL Bazzarre, JB Bussel, D Proctor, CM Torio, & SM Weiss
The Active Living Research Program: Six Years of Grantmaking
JF Sallis, LS Linton, MK Kraft, CL Cutter, J Kerr, J Weitzel, A Wilson, C Spoon, ID Harrison, R Cervero, K Patrick, TL Schmid, & M Pratt
Evaluation of Active Living Research: Progress and Lessons in Building a New Field
MA Gutman, DC Barker, F Samples-Smart, & C Morley
Policy-Contribution Assessment and Field-Building Analysis of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Active Living Research Program
JM Ottoson, LW Green, WL Beery, SK Senter, CL Cahill, DC Pearson, HP Greenwald, R Hamre, & L Leviton
Active Living Research and Public Health: Natural Partners in a New Field
DM Buchner & TL Schmid
Challenging Our Comfort Levels: Lifestyles, Research, and the Ongoing Legacy of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Active Living Research and the Movement for Healthy Communities
A Glover Blackwell
Creating a Culture of Movement: The Benefits of Promoting Physical Activity in Schools and the Workplace
U.S. Congressman Zach Wamp
Solution-Oriented Research: Converging Efforts of Promoting Environmental Sustainability and Obesity Prevention
A Model Curriculum for a Course on the Built Environment and Public Health: Training for an Interdisciplinary Workforce
ND Botchwey, SE Hobson, AL Dannenberg, KG Mumford, CK Contant, TE McMillan, RJ Jackson, R Lopez, & C Winkle