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ULI’s Building Healthy Places Is a Great Program

May 2016

The Urban Land Institute (ULI) has long been a leader in socially and environmentally responsible development practices. Building Healthy Places is an outstanding example of ULI’s continuing leadership of the industry. Active Living Research is proud to have been involved in Building Healthy Places since the very beginning. I am very enthusiastic about this initiative’s ability to contribute to better health in the US and elsewhere. Building healthier communities creates an infrastructure that will provide benefits for decades. Participating in ULI events is a wonderful opportunity to bring the lessons of 15 years of research to real estate professionals who can put these lessons into practice. I was honored to have a speaking role in ULI’s first national conference on Building Healthy Places in 2014 in Los Angeles. In 2015 I participated in a workshop in San Francisco.

In 2016 I joined ULI, and my experience has been very gratifying. I want to write about two wonderful ULI-sponsored events in May 2016. Both events were organized by the ULI San Diego-Tijuana chapter. On May 11 the inaugural Healthy Places Awards Gala was held in San Diego. There was a great deal of excitement about the Healthy Places Student Competition Teams who displayed posters of their creative designs. Several Healthy Places Awards were selected from many worthy nominees from throughout San Diego County. It is encouraging to see the many examples of healthy and active design.

The big moment for me was the announcement that I had won the “Healthy Place Visionary Award.” This was a great honor, and there were two reasons it was extra special. First, the award was presented by Dr Dick Jackson from UCLA. Dick was one of the earliest leaders of the healthy places movement and one of the best communicators. He is also a valued colleague and good friend. Second, I was surprised by the announcement that all subsequent “Visionary” awards would be named after me! I humbly thank ULI and the awards jury members for this special honor.

image001Receiving the “Healthy Places Visionary Award” from Dr Dick Jackson, May 11, 2016

Another highlight of the Healthy Places Awards Gala was that I met the organizers of the next ULI event I attended in Tijuana, Mexico. Gabriel Garzo was the ULI lead, and Sergio Gonzalez and Maricarmen Castellanos of Probien in Tijuana were the organizers of the first Baja California Real Estate Symposium. I was invited to be a speaker at this impressive event that was held May 26, 2016 in Tijuana. My goal was to inform the 600 real estate professionals who attended that they are “health professionals” because their work affects the health of their clients–for better or worse. I tried to inspire them to build healthy places that make active living safe and convenient, and I provided principles and examples of active design derived from research. I hope I contributed in a small way to improved planning, transportation, and real estate development practices in Tijuana and throughout Baja California. I congratulate the organizers on a very well received symposium, and I thank them for inviting me to speak and for showing such wonderful hospitality.

 

 

image002At the Baja California Real Estate Symposium in Tijuana, Mexico. May 26, 2016. Sergio Gonzalez, Greg Shannon, Jim Sallis, Juan Olmeda, Ben Rosen, Gabriel Garzo.

Though it is obvious that planning and land development in Tijuana in the past has been centered around automobiles, it is clear this is changing in a healthful direction. I saw the first leg of a Bus Rapid Transit system that will open soon. I toured the Ontiveros Ranch that is being developed as a mixed-use, walkable community. I attended the opening celebration of Bajalta, which is a very urban mixed-use development in downtown Tijuana that is likely to change the future of Tijuana. I hope I will stay informed about the healthier development practices starting in Baja California, and hopefully, contribute to making them as healthy possible. Salud!

 

Jim Sallis, PhD

http://www.activelivingresearch.org

 

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2016 Publications (so far…)

2016 Publications List As of April 15, 2016

James F. Sallis, Ph.D.

Peer-Reviewed Papers

Kurka, J.M., Adams, M.A., Todd, M., Colburn, T., Sallis, J.F., Cain, K.L., Glanz, K., Frank, L.D., and Saelens, B.E. (2016). Patterns of neighborhood environment attributes in relation to children’s physical activity. Health & Place, 34(6), 164-170.

Engelberg, J.K., Carlson, J.A., Conway, T.L., Cain, K.L., Saelens, B.E., Glanz, K., Frank, L.D., and Sallis, J.F. (2016). Dog walking among adolescents: Correlates and contribution to physical activity. Preventive Medicine, 82(1), 65-72.

Kerr, J., Emond, J.A., Badland, H., Reis, R., Sarmiento, O., Carlson, J., Sallis, J.F., Cerin, E., Cain, K., Conway, T., Schofield, G., Macfarlane, D.J., Christiansen, L.B., Van Dyck, D., Davey, R., Aguinaga-Ontoso, I., Salvo, D., Sugiyama, T., Owen, N., Mitas, J., and Natarajan, L. (2016). Perceived neighborhood environmental attributes associated with walking and cycling for transport among adult residents of 17 cities in 12 countries: The IPEN study. Environmental Health Perspectives, 124(3), 290-298. Posted online July 17, 2015. DOI: 10.1289/ehp.1409466. http://ehp.niehs.nih.gov/1409466/ (open access)

Oyeyemi, A.L., Kasoma, S.S., Onywera, V.O., Assah, F., Assah, F., Adedoyin, R.A., Conway, T.L., Moss, S.J., Ocansey, R., Kolbe-Alexander, T.L., Akinroye, K.K., Prista, A., Larouche, R., Gavand, K.A., Cain, K.L., Lambert, E.V., Aryeetey, R., Bartels, C., Tremblay, M.S., and Sallis, J.F. (2016). NEWS for Africa: Adaptation and reliability of a built environment questionnaire for physical activity in seven African countries. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity,13:33. DOI: 10.1186/s12966-016-0357-y.  URL: http://www.ijbnpa.org/content/13/1/33 (open access)
Published Online Ahead of Print

Arredondo, E.M., Haughton, J., Ayala, G.X., Slymen, D.J., Sallis, J.F., Burke, K., Holub, C., Chanson, D., Perez, L.G., Valdivia, R., Ryan, S., & Elder, J.P. (in press). Fe en Acción/Faith in Action: Design and implementation of a church-based randomized community trial to promote physical activity and cancer screening among churchgoing Latinas. Contemporary Clinical Trials. Published online September 7, 2015. pii: S1551-7144(15)30081-1. doi: 10.1016/j.cct.2015.09.008.

Christiansen, L.B., Cerin, E., Badland, H., Kerr, J., Davey, R.,  Troelsen, J., Van Dyck, D., Mitáš, J., Schofield, G., Sugiyama, T., Salvo, D., Sarmiento, O., Reis, R., Adams, M., Frank, L., and Sallis, J.F. (2016). International comparisons of the associations between objective measures of the built environment and transport-related walking and cycling: IPEN adult study Journal of Transport and Health. Posted online March 21, 2016.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jth.2016.02.010

Esteban-Cornejo, I., Carlson, J.A., Conway, T.L., Cain, K., Saelens, B.E., Frank, L.D., Glanz, K., Roman, C.G., and Sallis, J. F. (accepted). Parental and adolescent perceptions of neighborhood safety related to adolescents’ physical activity in their neighborhood. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport. Published online March 31, 2016. doi: 10.1080/02701367.2016.1153779.

Sallis, J.F., Cerin, E., Conway, T.L., Adams, M.A., Frank, L.D., Pratt, M., Salvo, D., Schipperijn, J., Smith, G., Cain, K.L., Davey, R., Kerr, J., Lai, P-C., Mitas, J., Reis, R., Sarmiento, O.L., Schofield, G., Troelsen, J., Van Dyck, D., De Bourdeaudhuij, I., and Owen, N. (2016). Urban environments in 14 cities worldwide are related to physical activity. The Lancet. Released online April 1, 2016.  Open access:

http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(15)01284-2/abstract

DOI:  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(15)01284-2

Research brief and blog:

http://press.thelancet.com/IPENresearchbrief.pdf

http://activelivingresearch.org/blog/2016/03/designing-global-cities-active-living

Shortened link: http://bit.ly/253e4dA

Comment by Goenka and Anderson: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(16)00348-2

twitter hashtag: #GlobalActiveCities

Labarthe, D.R., Goldstein, L.B., Antman, E., Arnett, D., Fonarow, G., Alberts, M., Hayman, L.L., Khera, A., Sallis, J.F., Daniels, S.R., Sacco, R.L., Li, S., Ku, L., Lantz, P., Robinson, J.G., Creager, M.A., Van Horn, L., Kris-Etherton, P., Bhatnagar, A., and Whitsel, L.P.; on behalf of the American Heart Association Advocacy Coordinating Committee, Council on Hypertension, Stroke Council, Council on Cardiovascular and Stroke Nursing, Council on Clinical Cardiology, Council on Quality of Care and Outcomes Research, Council on Cardiovascular Surgery and Anesthesia, Council on Functional Genomics and Translational Biology, and Council on Epidemiology and Prevention.  (2016). Evidence-based policy making: Assessment of the American Heart Association’s strategic policy portfolio. Circulation, 133. Published online April 4, 2016. http://circ.ahajournals.org/lookup/doi/10.1161/CIR.0000000000000410

Papers Accepted and In Press

Lachapelle, U., Frank, L.D., Sallis, J.F., Saelens, B.E., and Conway, T.L. (accepted). Active transportation by transit-dependent and choice riders and potential displacement of other physical activity. Journal of Planning Education and Research.

White, M.N., King, A.C., Sallis, J.F., Frank, L.D., Saelens, B.E., Conway, T.L., Cain, K.L., and Kerr, J. (accepted). Caregiving, transport-related, and demographic correlates of sedentary behavior in older adults: The Senior Neighborhood Quality of Life Study (SNQLS). Journal of Health and Aging.

Carlson, J.A., Schipperijn, J., Kerr, J., Saelens, B.E., Natarajan, L., Frank, L.D., Glanz, K., Conway, T.L., Chapman, J.E., Cain, K.L., and Sallis, J.F. (accepted). Physical activity in home, school, and other locations as assessed by GPS in young adolescents. Pediatrics.

Lee, S., Conway, T.L., Frank, L.D., Saelens, B.E., Cain, K.L., and Sallis, J.F. (accepted). The relation of perceived and objective environment attributes to neighborhood satisfaction. Environment and Behavior.

Cerin, E., Cain, K.L., Oyeyemi, A., Owen, N., Conway, T.L., Cochrane, T., van Dyck, D., Schipperijn, J., Mitaš, J., Toftager, M., Aguinaga-Ontoso, I., and Sallis, J.F. (accepted). Correlates of agreement between accelerometry and self-reported physical activity. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise.

Molina-Garcia, J., Queralt, A., Estevan, I., and Sallis, J. F. (accepted). Ecological correlates of Spanish adolescents’ physical activity during physical education classes. European Physical Education Review.

Robson, S.M., Couch, S.C., Peugh, J.L., Glanz, K., Zhou, C., Sallis, J.F., and Saelens, B.E. (accepted). Parent diet quality and energy intake are related to child diet quality and energy intake. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. .

Sallis, J.F., Bull, F., Burdett, R., Frank, L.D., Griffiths, P., Giles-Corti, B., and Stevenson, M. (accepted). Using science to guide city planning policy and practice: Achieving healthy and sustainable future cities. The Lancet. In the series on Urban Design, Transport, and Health.

Engelberg, J.K., Conway, T.L., Geremia, C., Cain, K.L., Saelens, B.E., Glanz, K., Frank, L.D., and Sallis, J.F. (accepted). Socioeconomic and race/ethnic disparities in observed park quality. Submitted to BMC Public Health.

Thornton, C.M., Conway, T.L., Cain, K.L., Gavand, K.A., Saelens, B.E., Frank, L.D., Geremia, C.M., Glanz, K., King, A.C., and Sallis, J.F. (accepted). Disparities in pedestrian streetscape environments by income and race/ethnicity. SSM-Population Health, .

Non-Peer-Reviewed Papers and Commentaries

Rodriguez, D.A., Lounsbery, M.A.F., and Sallis, J.F. (2016). The Active Living Research 2015 conference: The science of policy implementation. Environment and Behavior, 48(1), 4-12. (Guest Editor commentary).

Book Chapters

Sallis, J.F., and Owen, N. (2015). Ecological models of health behavior. pp. 43-64. In K. Glanz, B. Rimer, & V. Viswanath (Eds.), Health behavior: Theory, research & practice (5th Ed.). San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer. http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-1118628985.html

Sallis, J.F., and Carlson, J.A. (2015). Physical activity: Numerous benefits and effective interventions. pp. 169-184. In R.M. Kaplan, M.L. Spittel, and D.H. David, eds. Population health: Behavioral and social science insights. US Government Printing Office: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, 2015.  AHRQ Publication No. 15-002. Download: http://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/education/curriculum-tools/population-health/index.html

Carlson, J.A., and Sallis, J.F. (in press). Environment and policy interventions. In W. Zhu and N. Owen, eds. Sedentary Behavior and Health: Concepts, Assessment, and Intervention. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

Sallis, J. F. (in press). Changing physical activity environments. In K.D. Brownell and B.T. Walsh, eds. Eating disorders and obesity: A comprehensive handbook, 3rd edition.