Delaware Journal of Public Health
Volume 4, Issue 2

Creating Healthy Communities - The Intersection of Planning and Public Health

The Delaware Journal of Public Health (the Journal), a periodic, electronic publication, is the signature peer-reviewed journal of the Academy/DPHA. The Journal is Delaware-focused, but frequently includes articles, editorials, and research from national sources.

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Article 1. In this Issue: Planning and Public Health
Omar A. Khan, MD, MHS and Timothy E. Gibbs, MPH

Article 2. Guest Editors
William Swiatek, AICP and David Edgell, AICP

Article 3. Example Delaware Planning Projects: Improving Health by Planning the Built Environment
William Swiatek, AICP; James J. Galvin, Jr., AICP; and David Edgell, AICP

Article 4. Public Health, Population Health, and Planning: Ideas to Improve Communities
Zeinab Baba, DrPH, MS; Stephanie Belinske, MPH; and Donald Post

Article 5. Postwar Growth in New Castle County is Defined by Suburban Pattern
William Swiatek, AICP and David Edgell, AICP

Article 6. Health Impacts of Suburban Development Patterns
Patti Miller, MPP

Article 7. It's the Most Dangerous Time of the Year
Mitch Topal

Article 8. Principles for Incorporating Health into Comprehensive Plans: Delaware Plan4Health
Sara Ivey and David L. Edgell, AICP

Article 9. Health in All Policies: Cross-Sector Collaboration Prevents and Solves Health Problems
Cassandra Codes-Johnson, MPA; Karyl T. Rattay, MD, MS; Laura Saperstein, MS, MBA

Article 10. Urban Planning and Public Health: Synergies for Achieving a Healthy Delaware
Dona Schneider, PhD, MPH; Michael R. Greenberg, PhD

Article 11. Planning for the Complexity of Addressing Population Health Issues
Peggy Geisler

Article 12. Growing a More Food Secure Wilmington
Randi Novakoff; Konrad Kmetz; and Matthew Williams

Article 13. Delaware's Process for Planning and Approving New or Expanded Medical Facilities
Julia O'Hanlon, MPA

Article 14. Bacteriology and Sanitation: From the History and Archives Collection
Kathryn Lenart, MA