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  پرینتخانه » فيلم تاریخ انتشار : 19 جولای 2013 - 22:18 | 18 بازدید | ارسال توسط :

فيلم: آیا محیط ساخته شده ما را بیمار می کند؟

Title:آیا محیط ساخته شده ما را بیمار می کند؟ آنا ریکلین، مدیر مرکز تحقیقات برنامه ریزی و سلامت جامعه APA با کلی مولمن و اریک فلادگر، AICP، در مورد مزایای گنجاندن اهداف بهداشت عمومی در برنامه های جامع و پایدار صحبت می کند. کلی مولمن یک برنامه ریز با وزارت بهداشت مینه سوتا و اریک […]

Title:آیا محیط ساخته شده ما را بیمار می کند؟

آنا ریکلین، مدیر مرکز تحقیقات برنامه ریزی و سلامت جامعه APA با کلی مولمن و اریک فلادگر، AICP، در مورد مزایای گنجاندن اهداف بهداشت عمومی در برنامه های جامع و پایدار صحبت می کند. کلی مولمن یک برنامه ریز با وزارت بهداشت مینه سوتا و اریک فلادگر، AICP مدیر برنامه ریزی شهر فورت ورث، تگزاس است. ضبط شده در کنفرانس برنامه ریزی ملی در سال ۲۰۱۳ در شیکاگو، IL

قسمتي از متن فيلم: My name is anna ricklin and i manage apa’s planning and community health research center based in washington dc we’re here at the 2013 national planning conference in chicago and we just finished a session about comprehensive planning and public health and how best to include public health goals and

Policies and comprehensive plans and i’m here with kelly mullman a planner at the minnesota state department of health and eric fladiger community comprehensive planner in fort worth texas so kelly you talked about how the state had done an evaluation of comprehensive plans to see how much they

Addressed health and can you talk a little bit about what you found so starting in 2010 we received funding from the centers for disease control and prevention to look at health and climate change in comprehensive plans and so we started uh with the idea that there would be

A health impact assessment on a couple comprehensive plans and realized that really there’s a lot of diversity among plans and so we we wanted to make it a little bit broader than that so we developed a list of health indicators through the design for health checklist as well as the san francisco

Department of health their healthy development measurement tool so we selected some indicators and some developed community comprehensive plans so it’s the areas in the seven county uh metro area of the twin cities that are pretty much fully developed and a lot of the work that they’re doing is maintaining their infrastructure and

Redeveloping and so we wanted to look at the comprehensive plans in those communities and see whether they had addressed these health and climate change indicators and we did find that there were some that stood out there is some of the indicators were related to affordable housing or life cycle housing

That that the majority of the plans did address and there’s some direction from the regional planning agency in the area to address those that wasn’t terribly surprising we found that a number of issues like climate change and food access and local food production were not addressed as thoroughly

But since 2008 when those plans were last updated there has been some new movement in both climate change and food systems planning that we think the next round of updates for the comprehensive plans will include more of that information so eric kind of based building upon the indicators and the types of topics

Public health topics that kelly was just talking about can you talk about how you actually included some of those in your comprehensive plan in fort worth texas well public health actually is incorporated in not just our public health chapter within the comprehensive plan it really spans a lot of the other

Things that we care about land use transportation environmental issues all kinds of different things so while we’ve incorporated very specific public health information into that public health chapter and worked with tarrant county public health department and and other folks that we cooperate with on that effort we we really span beyond that

We’re working very hard right now to provide other options for mobility uh other types of development patterns that really provide more opportunities for walkable communities more urban environments provide people the opportunity to get out of their car and north texas is a very large place has grown very rapidly and

We have an awful lot of land that’s been built in very low densities we have a lot of transportation infrastructure needs that we’re still trying to address we’re trying to pay for for roadways that that go a long way out and have very heavy traffic and need to

Be improved but at the same time we’re trying to address the change in the market demand with millennials and downsizing baby boomers and creative class folks and the the folks that are really looking for an opportunity to live in a in a walkable urban environment and not have

To use their car to go every single place that they go and unfortunately you know like other places in the united states fort worth has built out over the past 20 30 years and more really in that very difficult to walk kind of pattern so so you know

Public health really is addressed in terms of the built form in some ways and that’s one of the things that we’re really trying to target at this point in time we’ve got an urban village program we’re working on transit oriented development type of locations really to to to do what we can to

Provide opportunities to do something different than what we’ve learned doesn’t really work so well from the standpoint of public health as well as cost of infrastructure and and just kind of creating a cohesive community and i’m wondering if you both could talk a little bit about the type of language

That you think is important to include in plan specific are you talking about quality of life are you talking about well-being are you talking about health explicitly in chronic disease explicitly in plans or is it kind of more indirect that’s a great question i think it can be done differently

Depending on the community in some of the the guidance we have a training and how-to guy that we’ve developed out of our work and we talk about how there’s different places in the plan that you can include health you can include it in some of the the baseline data that comes in the

Introduction chapter of the plan where you’re just describing the community and the trends there’s a lot of data that planners can get from their local public health partners on what some of that data and trends are and then in the goal setting and strategy development sections of the

Comp plans you can include goals that to achieve improved health outcomes and then the strategy is to achieve those goals so i think it can be as direct and specific as a community is willing to get to uh well i would agree with that i would say that

In the city of fort worth again working very closely with turret county public health and others we’ve been able to look at some of those sort of explicit how we’re going to address public health and and chronic disease and and what’s being done to improve on those conditions um that’s

A component of our comprehensive plan uh but i think that the you know the key is bringing more people into that discussion you know you’ve got very passionate public health professionals out there that have great data and great information and good ideas and and it’s easy to engage those folks but

Engaging the broader community is a is a bigger trick and a lot of those folks really respond to quality of life uh livability kinds of arguments um and they really are looking for uh as i said a different kind of opportunity a different kind of

Way to live their life than they uh than you know they have in the past or then their their parents did or what have you well thank you so much kelly and eric for talking a little bit more about your work in your respective places i think

It’s super interesting to see how health is becoming more integrated into planning in so many different parts of the united states minnesota and texas are both very different states and what we’ve seen is is really great so again i’m anna ricklin at the planning and community health research center in

Washington dc is part of the american planning association my website is planning dot org slash national centers slash you

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Date: 2013-07-19 22:18:01
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