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Making up for lost time: Forging new connections between health and community development


  • David Fleming
  • Hilary Karasz
  • Kirsten Wysen


New trends in the today’s public health world are making an important case for bringing public health and community development efforts together. These include the changing nature of 21st century preventable disease, the increasing link between health disparities and place, and the early positive evidence from early adopters of combined health and development strategies. Read about specific examples of efforts from King County, Washington that are capitalizing on these changes and simultaneously advancing both health and community development.

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  • David Fleming & Hilary Karasz & Kirsten Wysen, 2010. "Making up for lost time: Forging new connections between health and community development," Community Investments, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, issue Fall, pages 11-18,41.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fedfci:y:2010:i:fall:p:11-1841:n:v.22,no.3

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