We want to hear from You!
A UCLA research team is partnering with the Royal Society for Public Health from the U.K. with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate to study “Health on Main Street.” Findings from this study will be used to develop planning tools that communities and business partners can use to make the places where we shop, eat and relax better support community health and well-being.
We want to get an on-the-ground perspective from community members about the specific types and mixes of businesses in your community and how they affect the health and well-being of community members. We’d also like to hear your ideas about changes that would improve health and well-being in your community, especially in light of the rapidly changing retail landscape in the post-covid era.
For more information about
- Focus Groups: review the Focus Group Information Sheet here and download the promotional flyer to share here.
- Workshops: review the Ground Truthing Workshop Agendas and Products Sheet here.
- Interviews: review the Key Informant Interview Information Sheet here.
Please share this page anyone who may be interested. We welcome referrals.
To learn more about our inspiration, the flagship “Health on the High Street” studies conducted by our partners at Royal Society for Public Health, visit https://www.rsph.org.uk/our-work/campaigns/health-on-the-high-street.html