Hello, all, I am one of the steering committee members for TRB H+T. In a recent meeting, we discussed expanding our knowledge in the field by learning more about work that may be happening related to transportation and health care access, such as FTA's Rides to Wellness initiative<https://www.transportation.gov/fastlane/ride-to-wellness>. I'm co-leading one Rides to Wellness project and have reached out to the other awardees, and we are also reaching out to FTA to learn more.
Are any of you working on this issue and interested in telling us about it?
Renee Autumn Ray, AICP
Principal Program Specialist
Area Agency on Aging
Atlanta Regional Commission
regional impact + local relevance
40 Courtland Street, NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30303-2538
P | 404.463.3243
From: Anna Ricklin
Sent: Monday, November 23, 2015 12:23 PM
To: Anna Ricklin
Subject: APA hiring Research Associate in health
Please see attached position available for immediate hire in APA's Planning and Community Health Center. The position is also posted on APA Jobs Online. The job is based in Washington, DC. Note that we are looking for someone with some prior work experience.
Please help me spread the word about the job!
Thank so much,
Anna Ricklin, AICP
American Planning Association
Manager | Planning and Community Health Center<http://www.planning.org/nationalcenters/health>
202.349.1009 | aricklin(a)planning.org<mailto:email@example.com> | planning.org
Making Great Communities Happen
The USDOT just put out a one pager on how to use the Transportation Health
Tool. It contains everything that you need to know to get started. It is
If anyone has used the tool and wants to share what they did or their
experience with it, I am sure there are subscribers to this list who would
be more than interest in hearing.
This is a great fellowship program and I wanted to pass this along for
those interested in neighborhood context and drinking, drinking and
The Alcohol Research Group (ARG) located in Emeryville, California, in
association with the School of Public Health at the University of
California, Berkeley, is currently accepting applications for two-year
Postdoctoral and Predoctoral Fellowships. Fellowships are sponsored by the
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) for research
training in the study of alcohol and drug use and problems, and are
oriented toward the pursuit of basic and applied social and epidemiological
research. Although some of the research at our center considers clinical
issues, fellowships are not appropriate for persons interested primarily in
clinical practice. *Our program focuses on alcohol-related disparities, so
we are particularly interested in applicants with research interests in
socially or economically disadvantaged groups (e.g., racial/ethnic
minorities, sexual minorities, women, and those of low socioeconomic
We would very much appreciate it if you could *circulate the attached flyer* to
graduate students in your department.
Additional information about our program and on how to apply can be found
*Applications for summer/fall 2016 openings must be received by January 31,