CRIME-PA: CrIme Model Evaluation for Physical Activity CRIME-PA: CRIme Model Evaluation for Physical Activity SCOPE OF WORK Arizona State University Sub-Contract Dr. Adams will participate as a member of the conceptual, measurement, and analysis team for the proposed study. As co-I of the SNQLS2 grant and PI of an American Heart Association grant to explore the concept of activity-supportive neighborhoods across the lifespan (that includes aspects of crime and safety components), he will provide ongoing advice and input related to study methods and survey development, particularly as they relate to physical activity as well as social environment measures across the life span. He will contribute to development of the conceptual model, assist with operationalizing measures, perform GIS analyses (as needed) and latent variable modeling, ensure quality assurance procedures, as well as work with the recruitment team to optimize participation and methods fidelity activities during the study. Dr. Adams will participate in meetings, analyses, interpretation of results, manuscript production, and dissemination activities.
|Effective start/end date||9/1/13 → 6/30/17|
- HHS-NIH: National Heart, Lung, & Blood Institute (NHLBI): $89,944.00
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