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Ecological Approaches to Promoting Active Living and Preventing Childhood Obesity

Description
Features the opening keynote presentation by Dr. Jim Sallis at the 2018 Heartland Childhood Obesity Summit - Factors of Health: Addressing the Systems Influencing Childhood Obesity. Covers discussion on ecological models and evidence of environmental roles influencing active living and obesity in youth. Describes environmental disparities and mentions tool to assess rural communities physical environment features and amenities, town characteristics, and other factors influencing rural residents physical activity.
Author(s)
James Sallis
Date
06/2018
Type
Video/Multimedia
Organizations
Children's Mercy Hospital, Health Resources and Services Administration, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Tagged as
Children and youth · Environmental health · Obesity and weight control · Physical activity · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention