Assessment Tools

The Active Neighborhood Checklist is a user-friendly observational tool designed to assess key street-level features of the neighborhood environment that are thought to be related to physical activity behavior.

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The Physical Environment Audit Tool tools were developed to help assess the relationships between street-scale environments and rates of physical activity. There is a "analytic" version and a "checklist" version.

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A LEAD national survey aimed at understanding administrative evidence-based practices among local health departments.

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The Open Streets activity hub evaluation uses a combination of observations, secondary data analyses, and follow-up calls for perceptions of success.

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An Open Streets excel sheet for tracking cycling, walking, and skating activity in a given area.

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An Open Streets survey for owners/managers of businesses regarding consumer patterns.

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Protocol and documentation sheet for Open Streets observation-based evaluations.

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One, two, and three page surveys for Open Streets participants.

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A form for understanding the survey response rate of Open Streets participants.

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A PAPRN survey to assess the perspectives of policymakers as related to their day-to-day responsibilities and the communities they serve.

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This 15-minute online survey assesses dissemination strategies to support uptake of evidence-based chronic disease prevention approaches among health departments. This survey was part of  Phase 1 of the STRIDE project.

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This 15-minute online survey assesses dissemination strategies to support uptake of evidence-based chronic disease prevention approaches among health departments. This survey was part Phase 2 of the STRIDE project.

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