- STEEP Project Background, Context, and Accomplishments (PDF)
- STEEP's Engagement and Policy Development Handbook (PDF)
Previous STEEP Reports
- STEEP: History, framework, and evaluation results (PDF)
- STEEP Policies Passed in the SEA community
- Promising Practices Poster (PDF)
- Promising Models and Practices with SEA Communities (PowerPoint Show)
- Process and Outcome Evaluation (PowerPoint Show)
- Tobacco Intervention Literature Review
STEEP Project References
- Ash, C., et al. It takes more than an apple a day.
- Carlson, J. J., et al. Partners for Heart Health: a school-based program for enhancing physical activity and nutrition to promote cardiovascular health in 5th grade students.
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
- Couzin-Frankel, J. Tackling America's Eating Habits, One Store at a Time.
- Chaudhary, N., et al. Nutrition and physical activity interventions for low-income populations.
- Cobiac, L. J., et al. Cost-effectiveness of interventions to promote physical activity: a modelling study.
- Dunn, A. L. Getting started - a review of physical activity adoption studies.
- Garrett, S., et al. Are physical activity interventions in primary care and the community cost-effective? A systematic review of the evidence.
- Howell, S. L., et al. Environmental and policy approaches to increasing physical activity Improving access to places for physical activity and dissemination of information.
- Jacobs-van der Bruggen, M. A., et al. Lifestyle Interventions Are Cost-Effective in People With Different Levels of Diabetes Risk Results from a modeling study.
- Lee, H. Y. et al. Barriers to cancer screening in Hmong Americans: The influence of health care accessibility, culture, and cancer literacy.
- Matson-Koffman, D. M., et al. A site-specific literature review of policy and environmental interventions that promote physical activity and nutrition for cardiovascular health: what works?
- Roux, L., et al. Cost effectiveness of community-based physical activity interventions.
- Sallis, J., et al. Environmental and policy interventions to promote physical activity.
- Smalkoski, K., et al. Health Disparities Research in the Hmong American Community: Implications for Practice and Policy.
- Uy, P. S., Response—K-12 Education: How the American Community Survey Informs our Understanding of the Southeast Asian Community: One Teacher's Perspective.
- Xiong, Z.B., Intervention Approaches to Reduce Tobacco Use in Southeast Asian Communities. Clear Way Minnesota. Final Report.
- Xiong, Z. B., et al. Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) Education Kit: Prevalence, Trends, and Accounts of AAPI Drug Use. Unpublished manuscript, Department of Family Social Science, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN.
- Zaza, S., et al. The guide to community preventive services: What works to promote health?