Changing the Paradigm in Public Health and Disability through a Knowledge Translation Center
AbstractPeople with disabilities are a health disparity population that face many barriers to health promotion opportunities in their communities. Inclusion in public health initiatives is a critical approach to address the health disparities that people with disabilities experience. The National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability (NCHPAD) is tackling health disparities in the areas of physical activity, healthy nutrition, and healthy weight management. Using the NCHPAD Knowledge Adaptation, Translation, and Scale-up Framework, NCHPAD is systematically facilitating, monitoring, and evaluating inclusive programmatic, policy, systems, and environmental (PPSE) changes in communities and organizations at a local and national level. Through examples we will highlight the importance of adapting knowledge, facilitating uptake, developing strategic partnerships and building community capacity that ultimately creates sustainable, inclusive change. View Full-Text
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Vanderbom, K.A.; Eisenberg, Y.; Tubbs, A.H.; Washington, T.; Martínez, A.X.; Rauworth, A. Changing the Paradigm in Public Health and Disability through a Knowledge Translation Center. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2018, 15, 328.
Vanderbom KA, Eisenberg Y, Tubbs AH, Washington T, Martínez AX, Rauworth A. Changing the Paradigm in Public Health and Disability through a Knowledge Translation Center. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2018; 15(2):328.Chicago/Turabian Style
Vanderbom, Kerri A.; Eisenberg, Yochai; Tubbs, Allison H.; Washington, Teneasha; Martínez, Alex X.; Rauworth, Amy. 2018. "Changing the Paradigm in Public Health and Disability through a Knowledge Translation Center." Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 15, no. 2: 328.
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