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Florida HealthProtocol for Assessing Community Excellence in Environmental Health (PACE EH)
What is PACE-EH?
The Bureau of Environmental Health has adopted the National Association of City and County Health Officials' (NACCHO) Protocol for Assessing Community Excellence in Environmental Health - PACE EH.
With the support of the Bureau of Environmental Health, county health departments work with their communities and address environmental health concerns.
Collectively, the county health departments across Florida who have implemented PACE EH in communities have become a national model and provide evidence that communities identify built environment and urban planning issues as environmental health issues.
All projects are designed to open the lines of communication between the department's county health departments and their affected communities, using the PACE EH concept and / or methodology.
- The Power of PACE-EH
- CDC PACE-EH Information
- CDC PACE-EH Guidebook
- CDC PACE-EH Resources
- NACCHO PACE-EH Online Training Course
- Florida PACE-EH Brochure
- Community Health Improvement Planning by County Health
- Florida Health Impact Assessment Report
- American Institute of Architects, Sustainable Design Assessment Team Fellsmere Report
- Florida Environmental Public Health Tracking Program
Awards and Recognition
- Florida Blue Foundation Sapphire Award - 2015
- Harvard University 2010 Bright Ideas Initiative: Letter of recognition
- NACCHO: 2008 Certificate of Appreciation
- ASTHO 2005 Vision Awards: Protocol for Assessing Community Excellence in Environmental Health: The PACE EH Initiative
- NACCHO's 2005 Jim Parker Memorial Award:
Indian River County Protocol to Assess Community Excellence in Environmental Health: Putting Wabasso Back on the Map
- NACCHO: 2004 Letter of Recognition
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