Town Planning Review

Healthy cities and planning

Town Planning Review (2012), 83, (4), 0

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ASHTON, J. (1986), ‘Healthy cities: WHO's new public health initiatives’, Health Promotion, 1, 319-24. ‘Healthy cities: WHO's new public health initiatives’ Health Promotion 1 319 24 Google Scholar

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SVEDERLIK, A. (2011), ‘Ill-health and poverty: a literature review on health in informal settlements’, Environment and Urbanization, 23, 123-55. ‘Ill-health and poverty: a literature review on health in informal settlements’ Environment and Urbanization 23 123 55 Google Scholar

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WERNER, E. and HARPHAM, S. (1996), Urban Health Research in Developing Countries: Implications for Policy, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, CAB International. Urban Health Research in Developing Countries: Implications for Policy Google Scholar

WHO REGIONAL OFFICE FOR EUROPE (1997), Healthy Cities Project Phase III (1998-2002): The Requirements and the Designation Process for WHO Project Cities, Copenhagen http://www.who.it/document/hcp/ehcpphas3.pdf Google Scholar

WHO REGIONAL OFFICE FOR EUROPE (2008), City Leadership for Health: Summary Evaluation of Phase IV of the World Health Organization, European Healthy Cities Network http://www.euro.who.int/document/E91886.pdf Google Scholar

ASHTON, J. (1986), ‘Healthy cities: WHO's new public health initiatives’, Health Promotion, 1, 319-24. ‘Healthy cities: WHO's new public health initiatives’ Health Promotion 1 319 24 Google Scholar

BACKMAN, G. (2008), ‘Health systems and the right to health: an assessment of 194 countries’, The Lancet, 372, 2047-85. ‘Health systems and the right to health: an assessment of 194 countries’ The Lancet 372 2047 85 Google Scholar

BOYCE, T. and PATEL, S. (2010), The Health Impacts of Spatial Planning Decisions, London, The King's Fund. The Health Impacts of Spatial Planning Decisions Google Scholar

CIEH (CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH) (2008), Good Housing Leads to Good Health: A Toolkit for Environmental Health Practitioners, London, CIEH. Google Scholar

GALEA, S. and VLAHOV, D. (2005), ‘Urban health: evidence, challenges and directions’, Annual Review of Public Health, 26, 341-65. ‘Urban health: evidence, challenges and directions’ Annual Review of Public Health 26 341 65 Google Scholar

GRNUHE (GLOBAL RESEARCH NETWORK ON URBAN HEALTH EQUITY) (2010), Improving Urban Health Equity through Action on the Social and Environmental Determinants of Health, London, GRNUHE Publications. Google Scholar

GLOUBERMANN, S., GEMAR, M., CAMPSIE, P., MILLER, G., ARMSTRONG, J., NEWMAN, C., SIOTIS, A. and GROFF, P. (2003), ‘A framework for improving health in cities: a discussion paper’, Journal of Urban Health: Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, 83, 325-38. ‘A framework for improving health in cities: a discussion paper’ Journal of Urban Health: Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine 83 325 38 Google Scholar

GOUMANS, D. and SPRINGETT, J. (1997), ‘From rhetoric to reality: barriers faced by health for all initiatives’, Social Science & Medicine, 63, 179-88. ‘From rhetoric to reality: barriers faced by health for all initiatives’ Social Science & Medicine 63 179 88 Google Scholar

HANCOCK, T. (1993), ‘The evolution, impact and significant of the healthy cities/healthy communities movement’, Journal of Public Health Policy, 14, 5-18. ‘The evolution, impact and significant of the healthy cities/healthy communities movement’ Journal of Public Health Policy 14 5 18 Google Scholar

HARPHAM, T. (2009), ‘Urban health in developing countries: what do we know and where do we go?’, Health and Place, 15, 107-16. ‘Urban health in developing countries: what do we know and where do we go?’ Health and Place 15 107 16 Google Scholar

KENZER, M. (1999), ‘Healthy cities: a guide to the literature’, Environment and Urbanization, 11, 201-20. ‘Healthy cities: a guide to the literature’ Environment and Urbanization 11 201 20 Google Scholar

NORTHRIDGE, M., SCLAR, E. and BISWAS, P. (2003), ‘Sorting out the connections between the built environment and health: a conceptual framework for navigating pathways and planning healthy cities’, Journal of Urban Health, 80, 556-68. ‘Sorting out the connections between the built environment and health: a conceptual framework for navigating pathways and planning healthy cities’ Journal of Urban Health 80 556 68 Google Scholar

OMRAN, A. R. (1983), ‘The epidemiologic transition theory: a preliminary update’, Journal of Tropical Paediatrics, 29, 305-16. ‘The epidemiologic transition theory: a preliminary update’ Journal of Tropical Paediatrics 29 305 16 Google Scholar

PETERSEN, A. (1996), ‘The healthy city, expertise, and the regulation of space’, Health and Place, 2, 157-65. ‘The healthy city, expertise, and the regulation of space’ Health and Place 2 157 65 Google Scholar

PRESTON, S. H. (1975), ‘The changing relation between mortality and level of economic development’, Population Studies, 29, 231. ‘The changing relation between mortality and level of economic development’ Population Studies 29 231 Google Scholar

RITSATAKIS, A. and MAKARA, P. (2009), ‘Gaining health: analysis of policy development in European countries for tackling noncommunicable diseases’, World Health Organization, 12, 188. ‘Gaining health: analysis of policy development in European countries for tackling noncommunicable diseases’ World Health Organization 12 188 Google Scholar

RYDIN, Y., BLEAHU, A., DAVIES, M., DAVILA, J., FRIEL, S., DE GRANDIS, G., GROCE, N., HALLAL, P., HAMILTON, I., HOWDEN-CHAPMAN, P., LAI, K. M., LIM, C. J., MARTINS, J., OSRIN, D., RIDLEY, I., SCOTT, I., TAYLOR, M., WILKINSON and P., WILSON, J. (forthcoming), ‘Shaping cities for health; the complexity of planning urban environments in the 21st century’, The Lancet. ‘Shaping cities for health; the complexity of planning urban environments in the 21st century’ The Lancet Google Scholar

SCLAR, E., GARAU, P. and CAROLINI, G. (2005), ‘The 21st century health challenge of slums and cities’, The Lancet, 365, 901-03. ‘The 21st century health challenge of slums and cities’ The Lancet 365 901 03 Google Scholar

SVEDERLIK, A. (2011), ‘Ill-health and poverty: a literature review on health in informal settlements’, Environment and Urbanization, 23, 123-55. ‘Ill-health and poverty: a literature review on health in informal settlements’ Environment and Urbanization 23 123 55 Google Scholar

WENGER, E. (2007), Communities of Practice: Learning, Meanings, and Identity, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. Communities of Practice: Learning, Meanings, and Identity Google Scholar

WERNER, E. and HARPHAM, S. (1996), Urban Health Research in Developing Countries: Implications for Policy, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, CAB International. Urban Health Research in Developing Countries: Implications for Policy Google Scholar

WHO REGIONAL OFFICE FOR EUROPE (1997), Healthy Cities Project Phase III (1998-2002): The Requirements and the Designation Process for WHO Project Cities, Copenhagen http://www.who.it/document/hcp/ehcpphas3.pdf Google Scholar

WHO REGIONAL OFFICE FOR EUROPE (2008), City Leadership for Health: Summary Evaluation of Phase IV of the World Health Organization, European Healthy Cities Network http://www.euro.who.int/document/E91886.pdf Google Scholar

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Rydin, Yvonne