Read Jeanne Herb’s Op-Ed in NJSpotlight on achieving health equity in New Jersey. Follow this link.
EAC’s Jennifer Whytlaw, Jeanne Herb, Dr. Karen Lowrie and Dr. Michael Greenberg win grant from the County Health Rankings and Roadmaps. Principal Investigators Jennifer Whytlaw and Jeanne Herb and partners, Dr. Karen Lowrie and Dr. Michael Greenberg, were one of four teams across the country to win a grant award from the County Health Rankings […]EJ Screen, Greenbert, health, Herb, Lowrie, public health, rankings, roadmaps, Robert Woods Johnson, USEPA, Whytlaw
Integrating Health into Community Design and Decision-making: Opportunities for New Jersey Municipalities, Prepared for the New Jersey League of Municipalities Educational Foundation “Friends of Local Government” Policy Paper Series. Jon Carnegie, AICP/PP, Jeanne Herb, Karen Lowrie Ph.D., Jennifer Senick Ph.D., Leigh Ann Von Hagen, AICP/PP. Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy; Rutgers, […]2015, health, Herb, Lowrie
Lowrie, K., L.A. Von Hagen and E. Sewell. 2014. Middlesex Greenway Access Plan Health Impact Assessment. (http://phci.rutgers.edu/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Middlesex-Greenway-HIA.pdf) Members of the EAC team, in conjunction with the New Jersey Health Impact Collaborative (NJHIC) at Rutgers University carried out the Middlesex Greenway Access Plan Health Impact Assessment (HIA) concurrently with a Together North Jersey Local Demonstration Project […]2014, greenway, health, HIA, Lowrie, Middlesex
EAC staff assisted other Bloustein researchers in the Planning Healthy Communities Initiative in developing a Health and Food Systems Element intended to provide a policy framework and action agenda for expanding access to and uptake of healthy foods; increasing opportunities and pursuit of physical activity; improving health literacy and access to healthcare services; and addressing […]health, healthy food, Lowrie, Trenton, Trenton250