July 1, 2009
The authors use a new conceptual model to illustrate the complex dynamic and multifaceted relationships between food systems and health disparities. Additionally, the authors identify specific areas for further research on how food system interventions can address and reduce health disparities.
April 1, 2010
This articles looks at the ways in which evaluability assessments specifically serve public health programs. Evaluability assessments are an effective, yet inexpensive way to understand the assumptions behind objects and focus the program development.
September 13, 2002
Program Results Report
The City of Richmond (Va.) Department of Public Health held a conference, "FRONTRUNNERS II: Breaking Down Barriers to Physical Activity," on practical approaches to removing barriers to community-wide physical activity among low-income and elderly populations.