Associations Between Recreational Walking and Attractiveness, Size, and Proximity of Neighborhood Open Spaces
Takemi Sugiyama, Jacinta Francis, Nicholas J Middleton, Neville Owen, Billie Giles-Corti
American Journal of Public Health | AMER PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOC INC | Published : 2010
Awarded by Western Australian Health Promotion Foundation (Healthway)
Awarded by Australian Research Council
Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)
The Residential Environments Project (RESIDE) study was funded by the Western Australian Health Promotion Foundation (Healthway; grant 11828) and the Australian Research Council (grant LP0455453). T. Sugiyama is supported by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC; grant 252799). J. Francis received a PhD scholarship funded by Healthway and a completion scholarship funded by NHMRC (grant 458668). N.J. Middleton is supported by NHMRC (grant 458668), N. Owen by NHMRC (grant 301200) and by Queensland Health, and B. Giles-Corti by NHMRC (grant 503712).We thank the other chief investigators on the RESIDE team. The Department for Planning and Infrastructure is the industry partner on the RESIDE project and is gratefully acknowledged for support of this project.