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Active Living Research — Resource Search

This searchable web page created by Active Living Research, a national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, includes abstracts, publication summaries, tools and measures, and literature citations. More than 900 tools and resources are searchable by topic area, study population, resource type, and date. Examples include survey tools and protocols for measuring the quality of public parks and walkability in neighborhoods.

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