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Making Healthy Places, Second Edition: Designing and Building for Well-Being, Equity, and Sustainability

Making Healthy Places, Second Edition: Designing and Building for Well-Being, Equity, and Sustainability

Making Healthy Places, Second Edition: Designing and Building for Well-Being, Equity, and Sustainability

Making Healthy Places, Second Edition: Designing and Building for Well-Being, Equity, and Sustainability

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Overview

The first edition of Making Healthy Places offered a visionary and thoroughly researched treatment of the connections between constructed environments and human health. Since its publication over 10 years ago, the field of healthy community design has evolved significantly to address major societal problems, including health disparities, obesity, and climate change. Most recently, the COVID-19 pandemic has upended how we live, work, learn, play, and travel.
 
In Making Healthy Places, Second Edition: Designing and Building for Well-Being, Equity, and Sustainability, planning and public health experts Nisha D. Botchwey, Andrew L. Dannenberg, and Howard Frumkin bring together scholars and practitioners from across the globe in fields ranging from public health, planning, and urban design, to sustainability, social work, and public policy. This updated and expanded edition explains how to design and build places that are beneficial to the physical, mental, and emotional health of humans, while also considering the health of the planet.
 
This edition expands the treatment of some topics that received less attention a decade ago, such as the relationship of the built environment to equity and health disparities, climate change, resilience, new technology developments, and the evolving impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
Drawing on the latest research, Making Healthy Places, Second Edition imparts a wealth of practical information on the role of the built environment in advancing major societal goals, such as health and well-being, equity, sustainability, and resilience. 
 
This update of a classic is a must-read for students and practicing professionals in public health, planning, architecture, civil engineering, transportation, and related fields.
 


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781642831573
Publisher: Island Press
Publication date: 07/12/2022
Edition description: Second Edition, Second Edition, Second Edition
Pages: 552
Sales rank: 342,565
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Andrew L. Dannenberg, MD, MPH, is an affiliate professor in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences and in the Department of Urban Design and Planning at the University of Washington in Seattle, where he teaches courses on healthy community design and on health impact assessment. For the past decade, his research and teaching have focused on examining the health aspects of planning and designing our built environment, including land use and transportation. He has a particular interest in the use of a health impact assessment as a tool to inform community planners about the health consequences of their decisions. He previously served as the team leader of the Healthy Community Design Initiative at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) National Center for Environmental Health in Atlanta. In earlier work, Dr. Dannenberg served as director of the Division of Applied Public Health Training at the CDC, as the preventive medicine residency director and injury prevention epidemiologist on the faculty at the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health in Baltimore, and as a cardiovascular epidemiologist at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda. He received an MD from Stanford University and an MPH from Johns Hopkins University, and completed a family medicine residency at the Medical University of South Carolina. He is co-editor of Making Healthy Places: Designing and Building for Health, Well-being, and Sustainability with Howard Frumkin and Richard J. Jackson.



Howard Frumkin, MD, DrPH is Senior Vice President of the Trust for Public Land, and professor emeritus of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences at the University of Washington School of Public Health, where he was Dean from 2010-2016.  He was previously head of Our Planet, Our Health at the Wellcome Trust, director of the National Center for Environmental Health and Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (NCEH/ATSDR), and Special Assistant to the CDC Director for Climate Change and Health, and Professor and Chair of Environmental and Occupational Health at Emory University's Rollins School of Public Health and Professor of Medicine at Emory Medical School.

Dr. Frumkin has served on the Boards of the Bullitt Foundation, the Seattle Parks Foundation, the American Public Health Association, the US Green Building Council, the Children and Nature Network, and Physicians for Social Responsibility, among others.  He has served on the Steering Committee of the Planetary Health Alliance (Harvard University), as a faculty affiliate at UCLA’s Center for Healthy Climate Solutions, and on advisory committees to the Global Consortium on Climate and Health Education (Columbia University), the Medical Society Consortium on Climate & Health (George Mason University), EcoHealth International, and the Yale Center on Climate Change and Health.

He is the author, co-author, or editor of over 300 scientific journal articles, chapters, and books, including the standard environmental health textbook, Environmental Health: From Global to Local, and four Island Press titles.

Dr. Frumkin is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians, the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Collegium Ramazzini, and the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, and an elected member of the Washington State Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Medicine. He loves cycling, kayaking, and hiking. He is married to radio journalist Joanne Silberner, and has two children.
 

Table of Contents

Dedication
Foreword Richard J. Jackson
Preface \ Nisha D. Botchwey, Andrew L. Dannenberg, Howard Frumkin
Acknowledgments
 

Chapter 1: An Introduction to Healthy, Equitable, and Sustainable Places Howard Frumkin, Andrew L. Dannenberg, Nisha D. Botchwey  

PART I. Health Impacts of the Built Environment
Chapter 2: Physical Activity and the Built Environment\ Nisha D. Botchwey, Meaghan McSorley, and M. Renée Umstattd Meyer,  
Chapter 3: Food, Nutrition, and Community Design Roxanne Dupuis, Karen Glanz, and Carolyn Cannuscio  
Chapter 4: The Built Environment and Air Quality Patrick Lott Kinney and Priyanka Nadia deSouza 
Chapter 5: Injury, Violence, and the Built Environment Corinne Peek-Asa and Christopher N. Morrison 
Chapter 6: Water, Health, and the Built Environment Charisma S. Acey and Emmanuel Frimpong Boamah 
Chapter 7: Built Environments, Mental Health, and Well-being Xiangrong Jiang, Chia-Ching Wu, Chun-Yen Chang, and William C. Sullivan 
Chapter 8: Social Capital and Community Design Kasley Killam and Ichiro Kawachi 
Chapter 9: Inequity, Gentrification, and Urban Health Helen V. S. Cole and Isabelle Anguelovski 
Chapter 10: Healthy Places Across the Life Span Nisha Botchwey, Nsedu Obot Witherspoon, Jordana L. Maisel and Howard Frumkin  

PART II. Designing Places for Well-being, Equity, and Sustainability
Chapter 11: Transportation, Land Use, and Health Susan Handy 
Chapter 12: Healthy Homes David E. Jacobs and Amanda Reddy 
Chapter 13: Healthy Workplaces Jonathan A. Bach, Paul Schulte, L. Casey Chosewood, and Gregory R. Wagner 
Chapter 14: Healthy Health Care Settings Craig Zimring, Jennifer R. DuBose, and Bea Sennewald 
Chapter 15: Healthy Schools Claire L. Barnett and Erika Sita Eitland 
Chapter 16: Contact with Nature Howard Frumkin 
Chapter 17:Climate Change, Cities, and Health José G. Siri and Katherine Britt Indvik  
Chapter 18: Community Resilience and Healthy Places José G. Siri, Katherine Britt Indvik, and Kimberley Clare O’Sullivan  

PART III. Strategies for Healthy Places: A Tool Kit
Chapter 19: Healthy Behavioral Choices and the Built Environment Christopher Coutts and Patrice C. Williams  
Chapter 20: Legislation, Policy, and Governance for Healthy Places Eugenie L. Birch  
Chapter 21: Community Engagement for Health, Equity, and Sustainability Manal J. Aboelata and Jasneet K. Bains  
Chapter 22: Measuring, Assessing, and Certifying Healthy Places Carolyn A. Fan and Andrew L. Dannenberg  

PART IV. Looking Forward, Taking Action
Chapter 23: Training the Next Generation of Healthy Placemakers Nisha Botchwey, Olivia E. Chatman, Matthew J. Trowbridge, and Yakut Gazi  
Chapter 24: Innovative Technologies for Healthy Places \ J. Aaron Hipp, Mariela Alfonzo, and Sonia Sequeira  
Chapter 25: Healthy Places Research: Emerging Opportunities Andrew L. Dannenberg, Nisha Botchwey, and Howard Frumkin  
Chapter 26: COVID and the Built Environment Howard Frumkin 
Chapter 27: Healthy, Equitable, and Sustainable Built Environments for the Future Individual contributions by Hugh Barton, Timothy Beatley, Rachel Hodgdon, Blessing Mberu, Charles Montgomery, Toks Omishakin, Tolullah Oni, Carlo Ratti, Sagar Shāh, Mitchell J. Silver, Bruce Stiftel, Alice Sverdlik, Katie Swenson, Susan Thompson, and Jason Vargo

Glossary
About the Editors
List of Contributors
Index
 

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