Building Healthy Schools Through Technology-Enabled Citizen Science – Our Voice in Schools in Bogotá, Colombia
Silvia A. González, Maria A. Rubio, Camilo A. Triana, Abby C. King, Ann W. Banchoff & Olga L. Sarmiento. Building healthy schools through technology-enabled citizen science: The case of the our voice participatory action model in schools from Bogotá, Colombia. Global Public Health, 2021.
Engaging Citizen Scientists to Build Healthy Park Environments in Colombia
María Alejandra Rubio, Camilo Triana, Abby C. King, Lisa G. Rosas, Ann W. Banchoff, Oscar Rubiano, Benjamin W. Chrisinger, Olga L. Sarmiento. Engaging citizen scientists to build healthy park environments in Colombia. Health Promotion International, 2020.
Employing Participatory Citizen Science Methods to Promote Age-Friendly Environments Worldwide
Abby C. King, Diane K. King, Ann Banchoff, Smadar Solomonov, Ofir Ben Natan, Jenna Hua, Paul Gardiner, Lisa Goldman Rosas, Patricia Rodriguez Espinosa, Sandra J. Winter, Jylana Sheats, Deborah Salvo, Nicolas Aguilar-Farias, Afroditi Stathi, Adriano Akira Hino, Michelle M. Porter and On behalf of the Our Voice Global Citizen Science Research Network. Employing Participatory Citizen Science Methods to Promote Age-Friendly Environments Worldwide. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2020.
Feyi- A Citizen Science Approach to Determine Perceived Barriers and Promoters of Physical Activity in a Low-Income South African Community
Feyisayo A. Odunitan-Wayas, Nicola Hamann, Nandipha A. Sinyanya, Abby C. King, Ann Banchoff, Sandra J. Winter, Sharief Hendricks, Kufre J. Okop & Estelle V. Lamber. A Citizen Science Approach to Determine Perceived Barriers and Promoters of Physical Activity in a Low-Income South African Community. Global Public Health, 2020.
Enhancing Safe Routes to Schools
Rodriguez NM, Arce A, Kawaguchi A, Hua J, Broderick B, Winter SJ, King AC. Enhancing Safe Routes to School Programs through Community-Engaged Citizen Science: Two Pilot Investigations in Lower Density Areas of Santa Clara County, California, USA. BMC Public Health, 2019.
Maximizing the Promise of Citizen Science
King AC, Winter SJ, Chrisinger BW, Hua J, Banchoff AW. Maximizing the Promise of Citizen Science to Advance Health and Prevent Disease. Preventive Medicine, 2018.
Leveraging Citizen Science to Promote Physical Activity
King AC, Winter SJ, Sheats JL, Rosas LG, Buman MP, Salvo D, Rodriguez N, Seguin RA, Moran M, Garber R, Broderick B, Zieff SG, Sarmiento OL, Gonzalez SA, Banchoff AW, Dommarco JR. Leveraging Citizen Science and Information Technology for Population Physical Activity Promotion. Translational Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine, 2016.
FEAST: Empowering Residents to Advocate for Healthy Food Environments
Sheats JL, Winter SJ, Romero PP, King AC. FEAST: Empowering Community Residents to Use Technology to Assess and Advocate for Healthy Food Environments. Journal of Urban Health, 2017.
The NEAAT Study- Developing the Community Engaged Approach
Buman MP, Winter SJ, Baker C, Hekler EB, Otten JJ, King AC. Neighborhood eating and activity advocacy teams (NEAAT): Engaging older adults in policy activities to improve built environments for health. Translational Behavioral Medicine, 2011.
Leveraging Citizen Science for Healthier Food Environments
Chrisinger BW, Ramos A, Shaykis F, Martinez T, Banchoff AW, Winter SJ, King AC. Leveraging Citizen Science for Healthier Food Environments: A Pilot Study to Evaluate Corner Stores in Camden, New Jersey. Frontiers in Public Health, 2018.
Farmers Market Assessment
Buman MP, Bertmann F, Hekler EB, Winter SJ, Sheats JL, King AC, Wharton CM. Ethnographic Study of Shoppers’ Experiences at an Urban Farmer’s Market. Public Health Nutrition, 2015.
Rural Food and Physical Activity Assessment
Seguin RA, Morgan EH, Connor LM, Garner JA, King AC, Sheats JL, Winter SJ, Buman MP. Rural Food and Physical Activity Assessment Using a Novel e-Tablet-Based Application: Findings and Opportunities to Catalyze Change. Preventing Chronic Disease, 2015.
Older Adults Using Our Voice Citizen Science to Create Change in Their Neighborhood Environment
Tucket AG, Freeman A, Hetherington S, Gardiner PA, King AC, and on behalf of Bernie Brae Citizen Scientists. Older Adults Using Our Voice Citizen Science to Create Change in Their Neighborhood Environment. Environmental Research and Public Health, 2018.
Perceptions of Neighborhood Characteristics from Users of Open Streets Programs
Zieff SG, Musselman E, Sarmiento OL, Gonzales SA, Aguilar N, Hipp JA, Winter SJ, King AC. Talking the walk: Perceptions of neighborhood characteristics from users of Open Streets Programs in Latin America and the United States. J Urban Health, 2018.
Building Healthier Community Environments Through Shared Construct and Measurement Development
Hinckson E, Schneider M, Winter SJ, Stone E, Puhan M, Stathi A, Porter MM, Gardiner PA, Lopes dos Santos D, Wolff A, King AC. Citizen science applied to building healthier community environments: advancing the field through shared construct and measurement development. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 2017.
A Mixed Methods Analysis of Older Adults' Neighborhood Walking Routes
Moran MR, Werner P, Doron I, HaGani N, Benvenisti Y, King AC, Winter SJ, Sheats JL, Garber R, Motro H, Ergon S. Exploring the Objective and Perceived Environmental Attributes of Older Adults' Neighborhood Walking Routes: A Mixed Methods Analysis. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 2017.
Engaging Older Adults in Built Environment Improvements for Health
Tuckett AG, Banchoff AW, Winter SJ, King AC. The Built Environment and Older Adults: A Literature Review and an Applied Approach to Engaging Older Adults in Built Environment Improvements for Health. International Journal of Older People Nursing, 2017.
Impacts of a Temporary Urban Pop-Up Park
Salvo D, Sheats JL, Winter SJ, Lopes dos Santos D, King AC. Impacts of a Temporary Urban Pop-Up Park on Physical Activity and Other Individual- and Community-Level Outcomes. Journal of Urban Health, 2017.
Harnessing Technology and Citizen Science to Promote Active Living
Rosas LG, Salvo D, Winter SJ, Cortes D, Rivera J, Rodriguez NM, King AC. Harnessing Technology and Citizen Science to Support Neighborhoods that Promote Active Living in Mexico. Journal of Urban Health, 2016.
Empowering Citizen Scientists to Assess Neighborhood Features
Winter SJ, Goldman RL, Padilla R, Sheats JL, Buman MP, Baker C, King AC. Using Citizen Scientists to Gather, Analyze, and Disseminate Information about Neighborhood Features that Affect Active Living. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 2015.
Health Research Tools and Resources
SENSE: Integrating the Qualified Self with Citizen Science
Chrisinger BW, King AC. Stress experiences in neighborhood and social environments (SENSE): a pilot study to integrate the quantified self with citizen science to improve the built environment and health. Int J Health Geogr, 2018
Resident Participation in Neighbourhood Audit Tools — A Scoping Review
Hofland ACL, Devilee J, van Kempen E, den Broeder L. Resident Participation in Neighbourhood Audit Tools — A Scoping Review. The European Journal of Public Health, 2017.
Shaping Behavioral Health Research for Population Health
King AC. Theory's Role in Shaping Behavioral Health Research for Population Health. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 2015.
Longer Term Success of NEAAT
Winter SJ, Buman MP, Sheats JL, Hekler EB, Otten JJ, Baker C, Cohen D, Butler BA, King AC. Harnessing the potential of older adults to measure and modify their environments: long-term successes of the Neighborhood Eating and Activity Advocacy Team (NEAAT) Study. Translational Behavioral Medicine, 2014.
Developing the Stanford Healthy Neighborhood Discovery Tool
Buman MP, Winter SJ, Sheats JL, Hekler EB, Otten JJ, Grieco LA, King AC. The Stanford Healthy Neighborhood Discovery Tool: A Computerized Tool to Assess Active Living Environments. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2013.
Capturing Built Environment Features using the Stanford Healthy Neighborhood Discovery Tool
Sheats JL, Winter SJ, Padilla-Romero P, Goldman Rosas L, Grieco LA, King AC. Comparison of passive versus active photo capture of built environment features by technology naïve Latinos using the SenseCam and Stanford Healthy Neighborhood Discovery Tool. Association for Computing Machinery Digital Library, 2013.