Brown-Nicollet Community Health Board SHIP

Brown-Nicollet Community Health Board (CHB) implemented multiple projects after receiving funding from the Minnesota Department of Health Statewide Health Improvement Program (SHIP). Initiatives included working with child care centers and schools to increase physical activity, implementing policies for tobacco-free workplaces and postsecondary grounds, and establishing community gardens to improve a community’s access to healthy foods. Reports describe the impact of the initiatives. Wilder Research worked with multiple SHIP grantees across the state of Minnesota.


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SHIP Tobacco-Free Worksites Initiative Final Evaluation ReportEvaluationJuly 2011Brittney Wagner, Lida Gilbertson
SHIP Tobacco-Free Campuses Initiative Final Evaluation ReportEvaluationJuly 2011Brittney Wagner, Lida Gilbertson
Child Care Physical Activity Intervention - Progress Report January 2011 - June 2011EvaluationJune 2011Brittney Wagner
SHIP Community Garden Intervention - Progress Report January 2011 - June 2011EvaluationJune 2011Brittney Wagner
SHIP School Physical Activity Interventions - Progress Report January 2011 - June 2011EvaluationJune 2011Brittney Wagner
Walking School Bus Parent Survey - Kids Connection's Walking School Bus InterventionEvaluationJune 2011Brittney Wagner

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