One approach, endless applications.
Our Voice is proud to partner with institutions around the world to launch citizen science projects ranging from environmental justice to age-friendly walking paths.
Though the Our Voice approach can be tailored to nearly inumerable project topics, recent research topics have included walking environments, food environments, biking environments, social environments, mental health, physical activity, safety and violence prevention, wellbeing and quality of life, age-friendly environments, school & campuses, parks and green spaces, transportation, housing, disability access, work environments, substance abuse, and civic engagement.
The NEAAT Study: Engaging older adults in policy activities to improve built environments for health
Buman MP, Winter SJ, Baker C, Hekler EB, Otten JJ, King AC. Translational Behavioral Medicine, 2011.
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
Winter SJ, Buman MP, Sheats JL, Hekler EB, Otten JJ, Baker C, Cohen D, Butler BA, King AC. Translational Behavioral Medicine, 2014.
Community-Based Approaches to Reducing Health Inequities and Fostering Environmental Justice through Global Youth-Engaged Citizen Science
King AC, Odunitan-Wayas FA, Chaudhury M, Rubio MA, Baiocchi M, Kolbe-Alexander T, Montes F, Banchoff A, Sarmiento OL, Bälter K, Hinckson E, Chastin S, Lambert EV, González SA, Guerra AM, Gelius P, Zha C, Sarabu C, Kakar PA, Fernes P, Rosas LG, Winter SJ, McClain E, Gardiner PA, on behalf of the Our Voice Global Citizen Science Research Network. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2021.