Health



Our communities are only as healthy as the people living in them, and NNIP partners have conducted a wealth of research on local health conditions. Examples of local work include studies of local health disparities, compiling new neighborhood-level health indicators, and creating web applications that disseminate health information to a wider audience.

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Building Youth Job Readiness and Self-Efficacy through Health Impact Assessments

In summer 2019, a hundred Philadelphia youth learned the power of data through a piloted summer learning experience by the Urban Health Collaborative (UHC) at Drexel University’s Dornsife...

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Utilizing Youth Voice to Inform Local Health Planning in Austin

In 2018–19, 20 high school students identified the assets of and health needs for their Del Valle community, which directly informed the priorities set in the 2019 Austin/Travis County Community...

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Maps of Changes in Patterns of High-Lead Tests Shows Neighborhood Group Where to Focus House-To-House Investigations

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Reports Highlighting Health Disparities Capture Attention of Policy-Makers

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