Foundations of Community Health: Planning Access to Public Facilities

Kirsten Cook, Beth Ann Fiedler
  • January 2018, Springer Science + Business Media
  • DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-75361-4_7

Sharing public facilities to improve local health conditions.

What is it about?

Optimizing new and existing development to embrace community activity to reduce the negative health impact of obesity and resulting poor health.

Why is it important?

Understanding mechanisms that will help reduce chronic conditions that lead to low quality of life.


Beth A. Fiedler
University of Central Florida

A big picture view of how the historical application of public development can be embraced to include addressing local health needs.

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