Community-Coalition Based Wellness Efforts: Evaluation of Policy, Systems, and Environmental Changes Through an Academic-Community Partnership
Vicki L. Simpson, PhD, RN, CHES, School of Nursing, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA
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Formalized wellness efforts by community-based coalitions can provide support for policy, systems and environmental changes which support healthy lifestyles across a variety of community settings. The impact goes beyond the settings to the community as a whole, emphasizing the impact of such changes on health outcomes.
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