Wednesday, February 20, 2019 Agenda

Wednesday, February 20, 2019 Agenda

7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Conference Registration

7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Breakfast

8:30 a.m. - 9:50 a.m. Concurrent Presentations

SESSION 7: Active transportation and walkability
a) Lessons learned in creating walkable communities through planning and zoning, J.F. Chriqui*, A. Reimann, S. Slater
b) Active transportation as one key for active living - thinking health and transport policy together, W. Unbehaun*, E. Raser, M. Gaupp-Berghausen
c) Integrating an online interactive map (WikiMapping) into multi-methods to measure built environment factors influencing physical activities, X. Zhu*, Z. Lu, H. Lee, C. Lee, M. Ory, M. Xu, S. Towne
d) Public health representation in active transportation planning bodies across US municipalities, J.D. Omura*, S.A. Carlson, C. Kochtitzky, J.E. Fulton, D.A. Galuska

SESSION 8: Methods and measurement
a) What we measure matters: Using geographic equity to uplift Greater Los Angeles, J. Meaney, N. Iwasaki*
b) Modeling neighborhood-level health outcomes of transportation plans, Y. Wu, O. Igbinedion, D. Rowangould*, J. London, A. Karner
c) Meeting moderate-to-vigorous physical activity ‘automatically' in supportive active living environments, T. Herrmann*, R.A. Wasfi, N.A. Ross
d) Objective walkability measures for Brazilian towns, A.L. Favarão Leão, M. Kanashiro*, A. Silva Olak, H. Queiroz Abonizio

SESSION 9: School policies and practices
a) A quality physical education policy for Mexico: Process, results, push backs and future challenges, A. Jáuregui*, S. Pacheco Miranda, A. García Olvera
b) A systematic review of the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) model’s component of physical education and physical activity, A. Pulling Kuhn*, P. Stoepker, K. Lorenz, B. Dauenhauer, B. Ingman, D. Graham, M. George, R. Carson
c) Barriers to implementing a physical activity policy in early care and education centers in South Carolina, D.A. Zaltz, R.R. Pate, J.R. O'Neill, B. Neelon, S.E. Benjamin-Neelon*
d) Examining the effectiveness of a professional development conference to increase knowledge and skills to promote physical literacy among children, B. Bruner*, B. Law

10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Concurrent Presentations

SESSION 10: Data-informed design and planning
a) Integrating climate change adaptation planning and active living, S.A. Aytur*, P. Kirshen, D. Burdick, T. Lippman, S. Nick, D. Foster, K. Carlin, C. Watson
b) Methodologies for integrating GPS, GIS, and accelerometry to construct momentary built environment contexts of physical activity: A systematic review, L. Yi*, G. Dunton
c) Location-specific amenity-based physical activity in public parks and playgrounds, K. Hurst*, C. Lee
d) Residential self-selection profiles, physical activity, and sedentary time: A latent profile analysis, U. Gudnadottir*, K. Beyer, M. Palta, L. Cadmus-Bertram, K. Thorleifsdottir, P. Peppard, K. Malecki

SESSION 11: Community engagement
a) Implementing a community-based participatory research intervention to promote a community-wide physical activity program in the rural Midwest, R. Bucklin*, B. Baquero, A. Maldonado, J. Daniel-Ulloa, H. Haines, G. Ross, S. Berto, E.A. Parker
b) Exploring what makes an organic community-based physical activity event thrive: The parkrun College Park experience, B. Saksvig, C. Phillips*, A. Zukowski
c) How four Colorado Active Living Coalitions avoid unintended negative consequences of activating the built environment to increase access for vulnerable neighborhoods, E. Lanman*, C. Kelly
d) Facilitating Policy and Environmental Changes to Promote Healthy Eating and Active Living: An Evaluation of Community Coalitions Role in Driving Change, M. Clennin*, B. Barela, C. Kelly

SESSION 12: School sport and physical activity
a) Sport matters: Organized sport participation and physical activity in the transition from middle school to high school, E. Shull*, R. Pate, M. Dowda
b) Physical activity during boys and girls high school sport practices, T. Carlton*, M. Kanters, M. Edwards, J. Bocarro, J. Casper, T. McKenzie, L. Suau
c) A media analysis of sport participation fees and student athlete health equity, S.C. Lautner*, A.A. Eyler, J.O. Spengler
d) Increasing access to physical activity opportunities in NYC schools through active design, J. Langham*, T. Swenson, K. Cheung

11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Speed Talk Concurrent Presentation Sessions

SPEED TALK SESSION 4: Bicycles: Infrastructure, advocacy, and accessibility
a) Impact of the 2nd National Bike Summit on active transportation advocacy efforts, K. Walker*, J. Varga-Toth, D. van Lierop, S. Kirk
b) Collective impact for equitable bike share in New York City, S. Wolf*, T. Capers, A. Krassner, T. Kaufman, B. Heyde, I. Kishoni, L. Morasco, A. Rosado
c) Which cyclists feel better? The role of gentrification and neighborhood on self-reported health, J.M. Barajas*, L.M. Braun
d) Pedestrians and bicyclists count: Scaling up active transportation demand data collection for statewide implementation, T. Tolford
e) Battery to beach: Using multiple methods to form a holistic needs assessment and strategic plan for a bicycle infrastructure program in Charleston, South Carolina, Z. Spencer*, K. Zimmerman, M. Hughey, N. Levine

SPEED TALK SESSION 5: Activity-friendly communities
a) Associations between walkability and youth weight status: Observed differences by urbanicity, E.W. Stowe*, S.M. Hughey, A.T. Kaczynski
b) “Walking while black” – unintended consequences of youth active transportation, J.D. Roberts*, S. Mandic, C.S. Fryer, M.L. Brachman, R. Ray
c) Examining physical activity outcomes of a comprehensive, multi-regional childhood obesity intervention in schools and community settings, C. Sepers*, V. Collie-Akers, S. Obermeier
d) Longitudinal associations between child-reported physical activity at home and neighborhood and environmental factors, M. Dowda*, R.P. Saunders, N. Colabianchi, K.L. McIver, R.R. Pate
e) Enhancing urban walkability through heat stress reduction, U. Reischl*

SPEED TALK SESSION 6: Lessons learned
a) Evaluation of the Healthy Neighborhood Fund Initiative, P. Tainsh, C. Berry, B.* Weitzman, C. Abrams, B. Elbel
b) In practice – the Healthy Neighborhood Fund Initiative, B. Starr*, L. Russell, K. Ehasz
c) The BALANCE Strategy: Addressing built environment and policy determinants of active living in the Canadian Armed Forces, M. Spivock*, J.A. Hipp
d) Ripple Effect Mapping in final program evaluation to assess policies, systems, and environments in healthy food access and active living in York County, South Carolina, J.R. Wojcik*, K. Allen, J. Cody
e) The road to Complete Streets for complete communities: A case study of Tucson, Arizona, M. Ingram*, A. Adkins, E. Sonmez, E. Yetman, N. Iroz-Elardo

12:15 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. Networking Lunch with Roundtable Discussions

Selected tables will feature a roundtable host who will facilitate a discussion around a chosen topic, giving attendees the opportunity to interact, exchange ideas, and discuss potential synergies. Attendees are not required to pre-register for a topic and are free to choose a table during the event.

1:45 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Interactive Plenary Session or Concurrent Oral Presentations

3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Town Hall Discussion

The meeting will conclude with an opportunity to reflect on your time at the conference and think about how the experience will impact your efforts to create more activity-friendly communities. Will your work be transformed in some small or large way? What did you learn that you will use? What new collaborations were stimulated? What research needs did you identify? Sharing your story may inspire others.


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