Public Health

#67 Healthy Mobility & Green Streets

Number of presentations - 8, including:
 

Health Impacts of an Active Transportation System (Paper and Slides)
Cindy Heath, GP RED, Plainfield, NH, USA

Expanding the Walkable Life from City, to Region, to State, to Nation (Paper and Slides)
Rick Phillips, Associate Vice President, HNTB Corporation, Concord, CA, USA

Learn the Building Blocks of Complete TOD Streets (Paper and Slides)
Jessie Maran, ASLA , Crandall Arambula, Portland, OR, USA

$80.00
$80.00

#66 Principles for Planning Healthy Communities

Number of presentations - 6, including:
 

America’s Second Language: Framing for Social Change (Slides)
Lawrence Wallack, Dean, College of Urban and Public Affairs, Portland State University, Portland, OR, USA

Designing Healthy Communities (Slides)
Richard J. Jackson, MD, MPH, Chair, Dept. of Environmental Health Sciences, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, USA

$50.00
$50.00

#16 Nature in the City

Nature in the City

Number of papers - 7, including:

 
Nature as Healer: Toward New Forms in Health Care Environments
Karen Kettlety
 
Nature in the City: Necessity or Luxury?
Deborah E. Ryan
 
The Nature of Cities
Pam Bissonnette
 
Greenways: A "New" Model for Open Space Planners
Robert Pirani
 

$50.00
$50.00

#18 City Design & Social Pathology

City Design & Social Pathology

Number of papers - 10, including:

 
Architecture, City Design, and Social Pathology
Henry L. Lennard
 
Urban Policies and Social Pathologies
Frederick H. Meyers, MD
 
The City Who is Whole
Andrew Levitt
 
Safer City Centers for Women
Taner Oc
 

$60.00
$60.00

#41 Reconstructing Urban Neighborhoods

Reconstructing Urban Neighborhoods

Number of papers - 11, including:
 

Redeveloping High Crime Residential Districts
Daniel L. Faoro, Associate Professor, College of Architecture, Art, & Design, and Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, MI

Developing a College & Its Neighborhood: Edward Waters College, Jacksonville, FL
Tom Martineau, Florida A&M University, Tallahassee, FL

Mixed Use: Reshaping the Suburbs
Frank Hyde, Sandy & Babcock International

$80.00
$80.00

#44 The Healthy Community & the Built Environment

The Healthy Community & the Built Environment

Number of papers - 5, including:

Built Environment & Physical and Mental Health
Henry L. Lennard & Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard, IMCL Council, Carmel, CA, USA

Health, Urban Design & Public Policy
Cynthia Jackson-Elmoore, College of Social Science, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA; and Jodi Summers Holtrop, College of Human Medicine, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA; and Sissi P. Bruch, Landscape Architecture, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA

$40.00
$40.00

#48 Social & Physical Health & the Built Environment

Social & Physical Health & the Built Environment

Number of papers - 11, including:
 

If Walls Could Talk
Theodore R. Sarbin, Professor of Psychology & Criminology, (Em.) University of California, Santa Cruz

Healthy Environments for Social Development
Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard, Ph.D.(Arch.), Director, International Making Cities Livable Conferences, Carmel, CA

Creating Alternatives to the Consumer Landscape
Andy Kirby, Graduate Center of the City University of New York

$80.00
$80.00

#52 Health & the Built Environment

Health & the Built Environment

Number of papers - 8, including:
 

Active Living Enabled by Outdoor Environments
Lamine Mahdjoubi, Faculty of the Built Environment, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK

A New Mixed Use Project in “The Hometown Plan” of South Miami, FL
Jason Chandler, Florida International University

Creating a Successful Mixed Use Livable Community: Columbus Center in Boston Proper
David Hancock, Principal, CBT Architects, Boston, MA

$60.00
$60.00

#55 Planning the Healthy City

Planning the Healthy City

Number of papers - 12, including:
 

The Healthy Communities Agenda: How We Can Work Together
Richard J. Jackson, Professor & Chair, Environmental Health Sciences, UCLA School of Public Health

Fighting Obesity with Patterns of Place-Making: the SLIM DOWNtown Project in Manhattan, KS
Susanne Siepl-Coates, Dept. of Architecture, Kansas State University

$85.00
$85.00

#56 Planning Child-Friendly Neighborhoods and Cities

Planning Child-Friendly Neighborhoods and Cities

Number of papers - 9, including:
 

Strategy for a Healthy (and Sustainable) City
Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard, Director, IMCL Council

“Being 5”: Young Children, Space, Place, and Belonging. A framework for designing spaces for children
Karen L. Peterson, Vancouver, WA

Child in the City: Building Vital Downtowns
Susan Goltsman, FAICP, MIG, Inc., Berkeley, CA

$75.00
$75.00
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