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  Volume 7, Issue 1, Spring 2013

Table of Contents

Livable Communities: Partnerships to Sustain Healthful Public Housing


What Does It Take to Sustain Livable Public Housing Communities?

pp. 1-3

Introductory Article

HUD’s Livable Communities Conference: Building Capacity for Change Through Evidence Dissemination and Partnership-Based Training

pp. 5-24

Community Policy Brief

Impact of LEED-Certified Affordable Housing on Asthma in the South Bronx

pp. 25-26

What Do Public Housing Residents Think About Their Health?

pp. 27-28

Original Research

Impact of LEED-Certified Affordable Housing on Asthma in the South Bronx

pp. 29-37

What Do Public Housing Residents Say About Their Health?

pp. 39-47

Work-In-Progress and Lessons Learned

In-Home Air Filtration for Improving Cardiovascular Health: Lessons from a CBPR Study in Public Housing

pp. 49-56

Be Active Together: Supporting Physical Activity in Public Housing Communities Through Women-Only Programs

pp. 57-66

Addressing Chronic Disease Within Supportive Housing Programs

pp. 67-75

Organizing for Healthy Communities: A Report from Public Housing in Los Angeles

pp. 77-82

Beyond the Manuscript: Podcast Interview Transcript

pp. 83-87

Improving Health Services for Residents Through Community-Based Participatory Research: A Public Housing Leadership Perspective

pp. 89-93

Theory and Methods

Ecocity Mapping Using GIS: Introducing a Planning Method for Assessing and Improving Neighborhood Vitality

pp. 95-106

Sponsor and Reviewer Acknowledgment

p. 107

Research Areas


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