Research and other resources

Peer reviewed articles, peer reviewed conference presentations, and other  resources.

Screening for park access during a primary care social determinants screen.

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Public lands are essential for public health during a pandemic.

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Nature as a Community Health Tool: The Case for Healthcare Providers and Systems

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The Association of Knowledge, Attitudes and Access with Park Use before and after a Park-Prescription Intervention for Low-Income Families in the U.S.

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Stay Healthy In Nature Everyday (SHINE): Community partnerships for pediatric well-being. From American Academy of Pediatrics Council on School Health

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Clinic and park partnerships for pediatric resilience: A prospective study of park prescriptions

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Effect of park prescriptions with and without group visits to parks on stress reduction in low-income parents: SHINE randomized trial

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Adherence with park prescriptions for stress amongst low-income families

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Design and evaluation of a park prescription program for stress reduction and health promotion in low-income families: The Stay Healthy in Nature Everyday (SHINE) study protocol

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Nature: A clinical intervention

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Healing through Nature: A Park-Based Health Intervention for Young People in Oakland, California 
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Surmounting Barriers to Public Health/Park Agency Partnerships: Insights From a County Public Health Department 
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Nature Promotes Health: Findings from a survey of public health providers

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Park Prescriptions in Practice: The Community-Driven Way

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Park Prescriptions in Practice

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Healthy Parks, Healthy People: San Francisco. A guide for health-care providers

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Neighborhood Characteristics and ADHD: Results of a National Study
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Childhood obesity and the built environment

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