Universal Design & Health Promotion (UDHP) Webinar. September 9, 2009 Funded by CDC, NCBDDD, Disability and Health Branch, 5U59DD522742. 1. Panelists & Funding. James H. Rimmer, PhD Jennifer Gray-Stanley, PhD Jennifer Zimmerman, MA, PhD Candidate
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September 9, 2009
Funded by CDC, NCBDDD, Disability and Health Branch, 5U59DD522742
James H. Rimmer, PhD
Jennifer Gray-Stanley, PhD
Jennifer Zimmerman, MA, PhD Candidate
University of Illinois at Chicago, Department of Disability & Human Development, Center for Health Promotion
“Examination of Instruments Used to Measure the Built Environment and Physical Activity” grant: Funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities, Disability and Health, Grant # 5U59DD522742
Dozens of instruments developed or under development but lack of integration/cohesion from previous studies/research.
Growing need for a synthesized and integrated assessment tool that measures the accessibility of the built environment inclusive of people with disabilities.
CDC Disability and Health professionals need more detail on specific instruments being used to design/redesign communities for general population.
James Rimmer, PhD, PI
Yochai Eisenberg, MUPP
Carol Braunschwieg, PhD
Robin Jones, COTA
Edward Wang, PhD
Vijay Vasudevan, MPH
NIH Grant #R01HDO52891
Outdoor Environment Assessment Tool