Volume 8: No.6
Conducting Community Audits to Evaluate Community Resources for Healthful Lifestyle Behaviors: An Illustration From Rural Eastern North Carolina; From Evidence-Based Medicine to Evidence-Based Health: the Example of Asthma; Feasibility of an Evidence-Based Weight Loss Intervention for a Faith-Based, Rural, African American Population.
Volume 8: No.4
The role of state health departments in supporting community-based obesity prevention; Effect of school district policy change on consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages among high school students, Boston, Massachusetts, 2004-2006; Risks to health among American Indian/Alaska Native high school students in the United States.
Volume 8: No.2
Preventing Chronic Disease: moving forward in 2011; Features and initial assessment of the Italian Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (PASSI), 2007-2008; Moving multiunit housing providers toward adoption of smoke-free policies.
Volume 8: No.5
State requirements and recommendations for school-based screenings for body mass index or body composition, 2010; Using a concept map as a tool for strategic planning: The Healthy Brain Initiative; A midpoint process evaluation of the Los Angeles Basin Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health Across the US (REACH US) Disparities Center, 2007-2009.
Volume 8: No.3
Effect of variable energy served on 24-hour energy intake in 16 preschools, Chicago, Illinois, 2007; Physical activity, watching television, and the risk of obesity in students, Texas, 2004-2005; Adolescent girls’ weight-related family environments, Minnesota.
Volume 7: No.6
Focusing on solid partnerships across multiple sectors for population health improvement; Quality of systematic reviews of observational nontherapeutic studies; Making room for mental health in the medical home; Special focus on Mobilizing Action Toward Community Health (MATCH). Learn more about this cover.
Volume 7: No.4
Mobilizing Action Toward Community Health (MATCH): metrics, incentives, and partnerships for population health (Includes interview podcast), Using metrics to improve population health The potential of black radio to disseminate health messages and reduce disparities. Special focus on MATCH. Learn more about this cover.
Volume 7: No.2
New in PCD: Post your comment through our online forum at PCD Dialogue, Designing competencies for chronic disease practice, The GirlStars program: challenges to recruitment and retention in a physical activity and health education program for adolescent girls living in public housing. Special focus on health communications. Learn more about this cover.
Volume 7: No.5
Can incentives improve population health? An interview with Bridget Booske, PhD (podcast); Cost-effectiveness analysis of efforts to reduce risk of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease in southwestern Pennsylvania, 2005-2007; Achieving a high response rate with a health care provider survey, Washington State, 2006. Special focus on Mobilizing Action Toward Community Health (MATCH).Learn more about this cover.
Volume 7: No.3
New in PCD: Post your comment through our online forum at PCD Dialogue, Institutional policy changes aimed at addressing obesity among mental health clients, Strategies for and barriers to managing weight when eating at restaurants. Special focus on the components of health and well-being. Learn more about this cover.
Volume 7: No.1
Editor in Chief Sam Posner on implementing the vision and moving forward at PCD, Worksite health promotion: principles, resources, and challenges, Chloropleth map design for cancer incidence, PCD thanks this year’s reviewers. Special focus on mental health. Learn more about this cover.
Volume 6: No. 4
Jim Marks on epidemiology, public health, and public policy, Disentangling the risks associated with weight status, diet, and physical activity, Monitoring prehospital stroke care in Utah to assess the feasibility of using EMS data for surveillance. Special focus on comprehensive cancer control. Learn more about this cover.
Volume 6: No.2
Interviews with Gene Matthews and Michael Eriksen, AARP and private-sector collaboration, Development of a community-wide cardiovascular risk reduction assessment tool for small rural employers in upstate New York. Special focus on public-private partnerships. Learn more about this cover.
Volume 6: No.1
Child care as an untapped setting for obesity prevention, A promotora de salud model for addressing cardiovascular disease risk factors in the US-Mexico border region, Workplace health promotion in Washington State. Special focus on tools for public health practice. Learn more about this cover.
Volume 5: No. 4
Lessons Learned From a Binational Survey to Examine Women’s Health Status in the US-Mexico Border Region, Reproductive Health Surveillance in the US-Mexico Border Region, Improving Ways to Generate and Use Local Data to Create and Strengthen Binational Programs. Learn more about this cover.
Volume 3: No.2
The Carter Center Mental Health Program, Chronic kidney disease, Logic model for mental health and chronic disease prevention, Chronic disease in health emergencies, Cancer coalitions in rural Appalachia, Adult television-viewing characteristics. Special focus on mental health. Learn more about this cover.
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