Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Herbert Wertheim School of Public Health and Human Longevity Science, University of California, San Diego
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  Sallis, J.F., Fortmann, S.P., Solomon, D.S., and Farquhar, J.W.  (1984).  An inexpensive method of increasing returns of physician surveys.  American Journal of Public Health, 74, 1043 (letter).  
     
  Sallis, J.F.  (1986).  Exercise adherence and motivation.  Health Education Focal Points, No. 2, 1-3.  (Centers for Disease Control publication)  
     
  Sallis, J.F.  (1987).  A commentary on children and fitness: A public health perspective.  Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 58, 326-330.  Reprinted in AAHPERD’s Speaking of Fitness anthology, 1996.  
     
  Sallis, J.F.  (1988).  A guide to quitting smoking on your own.  Executive Health Report, 24, No. 6, 1-4.  
     
  Sallis, J.F., and Nader, P.R.  (1990).  Family exercise:  Designing a program to fit the family.  The Physician and Sportsmedicine, 18, 130-136.          
     
  Ellis, A.L., and Sallis, J.F.  (1992).  Family health promotion in the African American community:  A church-based strategy.  Monograph published by the Institute for Urban Affairs and Research of Howard University, Washington, DC.  
     
  Sallis, J.F. (1994).  Determinants of active living.  Physical Activity and Fitness Research Digest, Series 1, No. 7, August 1994.  A publication of the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports.           
     
  Sallis, J.F.  (1994).  School-based obesity programs.  pp.32-34.  Strategy Development Workshop for Public Education on Weight and Obesity:  Summary Report.  Public Health Service, NIH Publication No. 94-3314.  Washington, DC:  U.S. Government Printing Office.  
     
  Patrick, K., Sallis, J.F., Long, B., Calfas, K.J., Wooten, W., Heath, G., and Pratt, M.  (1994).  A new tool for encouraging activity: Project PACE.  The Physician and Sportsmedicine, 22, 45-55.
Reprinted in the Spanish edition, May-June 1995:  Una nueva herramienta para estimular la actividad fisica.  Medicina y Ciencia de la Actividad Fisica, 1 (2), 67-74.    
 
     
  Blair, S.N., Wood, P.D., and Sallis, J.F.  (1994).  Workshop E:  Physical activity and health.  Preventive Medicine, 23, 558-559.  (In the special section on Disease Prevention Research at NIH:  An Agenda for All.)  
     
  Sallis, J.F.  (1996).  Sports for all or physical activity for all?  The Lancet, 347, 1779.   (Invited commentary on “Sports participation and emotional wellbeing in a national cohort of adolescents”.)  
     
  Sallis, J.F.  (1996).  Measuring physical activity and energy expenditure, by Montoye, Kemper, Saris, and Washburn.  (Book review).  Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 28, 1214-1215.         

 
     
  Sallis, J.F.  (1996).  Summary of the workshop, “Behavior change principles.”   Homeostasis in Health and Disease, 37, 183-186. (published in Prague, Czech Republic).  
     
  Jones, L.R. (& Sallis, J.F.) (1996).  Are students bringing nutritious lunches to school?  SDSU McNair Journal, 3, 130-137 Sallis, J.F.  (1996)  Measuring physical activity and energy expenditure, by Montoye, Kemper, Saris, and Washburn.  (Book review).  Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 28, 1214-1215.   
     
  Sarkin, J., Campbell, J., Gross, L., Roby, J., Bazzo, S., Sallis, J., and Calfas, K.  (1997).  Project GRAD Seven-Day Physical Activity Recall Interviewer’s Manual.  Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 29 (Supplement), S91-S102.        
     
  Sallis, J.F.  (1997).  The physician’s role in promoting exercise.” CBI Magazine (a publication of IHRSA), May, p. 16.  
     
  Sallis, J.F.  (1997).  Public health promise:  Are clubs keeping it?”  CBI Magazine (a publication of IHRSA),  November, pp. 20-21  
     
  Rosengard, P., Sallis, J., and McKenzie, T.  (1997).  13 ways parents can help children be more physically active.  Strategies, 11(2), 25-26.  Reprinted 2007 by the Sport Information Resource Centre: link  
     
  Canez, B.O. (& Sallis, J.F.)  (1997).  Ethnic differences on a saturated fat/cholesterol avoidance scale.  SDSU McNair Journal, 4, 92-97.  
     
  Jones, L.R. (&Sallis, J.F.)  (1997).  Ethnic/gender differences in the use of low-fat foods in bag lunches. SDSU McNair Journal, 4, 120-130.       
     
  Sallis, J.F.  (1998).  What do public health and behavioral science have to do with leading exercise?  ACSM Certified News, 8(2), 5-6  
     
  Sallis, J.F.  (1998).  Helping schools provide better food and more activity.  The Weight Control Digest, 8(5), 749-752.  
     
  Sallis, J.F.  (1999).  Community interventions and communities as interventions.  Next Steps:  Community and environmental interventions to promote healthy physical activity (Proceedings).  London:  Health Education Authority.  
     
  Sallis, J.F., Patrick, K., and Calfas, K.J.  (1999).  Counseling patients/clients about physical activity and nutrition.  Weight Control Digest, 9, 846…858.   
     
  Sallis, J.F., Patrick, K., Calfas, K.J., Zabinski, M.F., Prochaska, J.J., Thompson, S., Rupp, J., Wilfley, D.E., Lydston, D.D., and Long, B.J.  (1999).  A multi-media behavior change program for nutrition and physical activity in primary care:  PACE+ for adults.  Homeostasis, 39, 196-202.  (published in Czech Republic).  
     
  Tagle-Ramirez, A.G. (& Sallis, J.F.)  (1998).  Sources of dietary fat consumed by middle school students: Gender, ethnic, and socioeconomic differences. SDSU McNair Journal, 5, 132-139. (actually published 1999)  
     
  Sallis, J.F.  (2000).  Overcoming inactivity in young people.  The Physician and Sportsmedicine, 28(No. 10), 31-32.  
     
  Sallis, J.F.  (2000).  The art and science of changing behavior.  Menopause Management, 9(6), 17-21.      
     
  Doucette, A.N. (& Sallis, J.F.).  (2000).  Association of neighborhood characteristics with physical activity and life satisfaction.  The SDSU McNair Journal, 7, 107-113.  
     
  Sallis, J.F.  (2001).  Progress in behavioral research on physical activity.  Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 23, 77-78.  (invited editorial)  
     
  Sallis, J.F.  (2002).  Active intervention: Doctors promote exercise and get results.  Psychology Today, January/February, 22.  
     
  Sallis, J.F., Owen, N., and Fotheringham, M.J.  (2002).  Response to Catania and Dolcini.  Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 24, 79.  
     
  Sallis, J.F., McKenzie, T.L. Conway, T.L., Elder, J.P., Prochaska, J.J., Brown, M., Marshall, S.J., Alcaraz, J.E., Rosengard, R., Strelow, J., & Powers, H.  (2002).  Promoting and measuring youth physical activity throughout the school day: Project M-SPAN.  Acta Kinesiologiae Universitatis Tartuensis, 7 (supplement), 44-53. (proceedings, published in Estonia)  
     
  Fromel, K., Formankova, S., and Sallis, J.F.  (2002).  Physical activity and sport preferences of 10 to 14-year-old children:  A 5-year prospective study.  Acta Universitatis Palackianae Olomucensis Gymnica, 32, 11-16. (Published in Czech Republic)  
     
  Saelens, B., Sallis, J., and Frank, L.  (2003).  Transportation, human health, and physical activity.  Resource paper for Environmental Research Needs in Transportation, Conference Proceedings 28.  Transportation Research Board:  Washington, DC, pp.185-194.  
     
  Gaspar de Matos, M., Sardinha, L., and Sallis, J.  (2003).  Projecto PACE: Aconselhamento do diabetico para a actividade fisica.  Diabetes: Viver em Equilibiro, 27 (Abril/Junho), 19-20  
     
  Sallis, J.F.  (2004).  Obesity: Is personal responsibility the answer?  San Diego Union-Tribune.  April 9, 2004, p. B7.  
     
  Sallis, J.F.  (2005).  Foreword.  pp. 9-10.  In L. Calmeiro and M. Gaspar de Matos.  Psicologia do exercicio and da saude.  Visao e Contextos. Lisboa, Portugal.   
     
  Sallis, J.F.  (2005).  SPARK programs for physical activity promotion.  In Summary Report on Site Specific Approaches: Prevention or Management of Pediatric Obesity.  From National Institutes of Health meeting in July 2004.  
     
  Sallis, J.F., and Linton, L.S.  (2005).  Leisure research, active lifestyles, and public health.  Leisure Sciences, 27, 353-354. (commentary)  
     
  Sallis, J.F., and Kerr, J.  (December 2006).  Built environment and physical activity.  PCPFS Research Digest, Series 7, No.4, 1-8. 

Reprinted in Guerrero, L.K., and Hecht, M.L. (Eds.), The noverbal communication reader, 3rd ed.  Long Grove, IL: Waveland, 2008, 270-286.
 
     
  Sallis, J.F., Story, M., and Orleans, T.O.  (2007).  A research perspective on findings from Bridging the Gap.  American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 33 (4S), S169-S171.  (invited commentary)        
     
  Sallis, J.F.  (2008).  Angels in the details: Comment on “The relationship between destination proximity, destination mix and physical activity behaviours.”  Preventive Medicine, 48, 6-7.  (invited commentary) link  
     
  Bauman, A.E., and Sallis, J.F.  (2008).  Global problems require global studies.  American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 34, 544-545. (invited commentary)

 
     
  Sallis, J.F.  (2008).  Foreword, pp. xi-xii.  In A.L. Smith and S.J.H. Biddle (Eds.), Youth physical activity and sedentary behavior.  Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.  
     
  Sallis, J.F.  The Rx for better streets.  “Provocateur” column for Reclaim: The magazine for transportation alternatives, 2009, 15(2), 2. link  
     
  Story, M., Sallis, J.F., and Orleans, C.T.  (2009).  Adolescent obesity: Towards evidence-based policy and environmental solutions.  Journal of Adolescent Health, 45, S1-S5.  (editorial) link    
     
  Bauman, A., Ainsworth, B.E., Bull, F., Craig, C.L., Hagstromer, M., Sallis, J.F., Pratt, M., and Sjostrom, M.  (2009).  Progress and pitfalls in the use of the International Physical Activity Questionnaire [IPAQ] for adult physical activity surveillance.  Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 5 (suppl. 1), S5-S8.  (invited commentary)  
     
  Lee, S.M., Sallis, J.F., and Biddle, S.J.H.  (2010).  Active communities for youth and families: Using research to create momentum for change.  Preventive Medicine, 50 (supplement), S3-S5.   
     
  Sallis, J.F.  (2010).  We do not have to sacrifice children’s health to achieve academic goals.  Journal of Pediatrics, 156, 696-697.  doi:10.1016/j.peds.2010.01.001   (invited commentary) link  
     
  Sallis, J.F. (2010). Temporal self-regulation theory: A step forward in the evolution of health behaviour models. Health Psychology Review, 4, 75-78. published online July 29, 2010. 
(invited commentary)    link  
 
     
  Sallis, J.F., Kerr, J., Spence, J.C., Gidlow, C., and Inoue, S.  (2010). Latest findings on built environments and physical activity in diverse countries: IPEN.  Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 7 (suppl. 3), S362-S364. (report of symposium at The Third International Congress on Physical Activity and Public Health. Toronto, Canada. May 5-8, 2010)  
     
  Sallis, J.F. (2011). Leisure-time physical activity and depresion in adolescence. Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine, 21(1): 72.  (invited commentary)  
     
  Sallis, J.F.  (2011).  Potential versus actual benefits of exergaming.  Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 165, 227-229.  (invited commentary).  Published Online: March 7, 2011. doi:10.1001/archpediatrics.2011.16  
     
  Mendoza, J.A., Salmon, J., and Sallis, J.F. (2012). Partnerships for progress in active living: From research to action. Health & Place, 18(1), 1-4. link  
     
  My presentation on measuring physical activity-related policies and environments was summarized in detail:  Committee on Accelerating Progress in Obesity Prevention, Food and Nutrition Board, Institute of Medicine.  (2012). Measuring progress in childhood obesity: Workshop report. National Academies Press: Washington, DC. Chapter 2, Physical activity and the built environment, pages 5-20.  
     
  Sallis, J.F. (2012).  A proportional public health response to physical inactivity.  Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, 18(5), 399-401.  (Invited commentary) link  
     
  Sallis, J.F., and Green, L.W.  (2012). Active Living by Design and its evaluation: Contributions to science. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 43(5S4), S410-S412. (Invited commentary)link  In this supplement: link  
     
  Sallis, J.F. (2012).  Big issues in preventive medicine.  Preventive Medicine, 55, 531-532.  (Invited commentary).  Posted online July 17, 2012. link  
     
  Whitt-Glover, M.C., Bennett, G., and Sallis, J.F.  (2013).  Introduction to the Active Living Research supplement: Disparities in environments and policies that support active living. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 45(1, suppl 1), 1-5.  
     
  Sallis, J.F. Commentary in "Notes from the field: Planting, nurturing, and watching things grow." (2013). American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 45, 696-697. (One of several invited commentaries on the end of Kevin Patrick's editorship of AJPM.)  
     
  Sallis, J.F. Increasing activity, fitness worth the effort. One of several commentaries on "How to get California kids physically fit?"  California Healthcare Foundation online Think Tank. Posted December 4, 2013. link  
     
  Economos, C.D., Sallis, J.F., Keith, N.R., and Newkirk, J. (2014). The Active Living Research 2013 Conference: Achieving change across sectors: Integrating research, policy, and practice. American Journal of Health Promotion, 28(3 suppl), S1-S4.  
     
  My presentation on building physical and social environments for physical activity in high-risk communities was summarized in: Breiner, H., Parker, L., & Olson, S. (rapporteurs) (2014). Creating equal opportunities for a healthy weight: Workshop summary. National Academies Press: Washington, DC, pages 15-16.  
     
  Pollack, K.M., Gonzalez, E.R., Hager, E.R., and Sallis, J.F. (2014). The Active Living Research 2014 Conference: "Niche to norm". Preventive Medicine, 69 (suppl.), S1-S4. (Guest Editor commentary).  
     
  My presentation on "Blueprint for active living communities: Innovative solutions" was summarized in the Institute of Medicine Workshop Summary. (2014). Physical Activity: Moving Toward Obesity Solutions. National Academies Press: Washington, DC, pages 94-98.  
     
  Sallis, J.F., and Hinckson, E.  (2014). Reversing the obesity epidemic in young people: Building up the physical activity side of energy balance. The Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology, 2, 190-191. link  
     
  Sallis, J.F. International innovations in physical activity promotion. A summary of my presentation, published in a Summary Report. Building a Culture of Health: Lessons Learned from Global Efforts: Case Study of Childhood Obesity. Co-sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and National Collaborative on Childhood Obesity Research. February 2015. link  
     
  Sallis, J.F. (2015). Advancing systems thinking through the Healthy Kids Healthy Communities evaluation. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, 21(3, suppl), S88-S89. (invited commentary).  
     
  Rodriguez, D.A., Lounsbery, M.A.F., and Sallis, J.F. (2016). The Active Living Research 2015 conference: The science of policy implementation. Environment and Behavior, 48(1), 4-12. (Guest Editor commentary).      
     
  Sallis, J.F. President's message: Expanding the reach and impact of our research. Society of Behavioral Medicine Outlook Newsletter. June 28, 2016. link  
     
  Sallis, J. 'Sharrows don't protect cyclists.' Letter to the editor. Los Angeles Times. July 16, 2016. p. A13. link  In response to op-ed by Tom Babin, "No need to claim the lane." July 12, 2016. link  
     
  Sallis, J.F. (2016). New evidence for the role of transportation in health. The Lancet Public Health. Invited commentary. Open access: link Published Online October 28, 2016: link Invited commentary on the following article:      link        
     
  Sallis, J.F. President's Message: Stoked about SBM 2017 in San Diego. Society of Behavioral Medicine Outlook Newsletter. October 2016. link  
     
  Rodriguez, D.A., Lounsbery, M.A.F., and Sallis, J.F. (2016). The Active Living Research 2015 conference: The science of policy implementation. Environment and Behavior, 48(1), 4-12. (Guest Editor commentary).  
     
  Carlson, J., Dean, K., and Sallis, J. (2017). Measures registry user guide: Physical activity environment. National Collaborative on Childhood Obesity Research: Washington, DC.  
     
  Keith, N.R., Baskin, M.L., Wilhelm Stanis, S.A., and Sallis, J.F. (2017). The 2016 Active Living Research Conference: Equity in active living. Preventive Medicine, 95 (suppl.), S1-S3.  
     
  Sallis, J. "Give cyclists their own roads." Letter to the editor. Los Angeles Times. March 7, 2017, p. A8.  
     
  Letter to the editor about March for Science. San Diego Union-Tribune. April 28, 2017.  
     
  Sallis, J.F. (2017). Evidence is a more fruitful approach for advancing the field than philosophy: Comment on Landi et al. (2016). Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 36, 129-130.  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1123/jtpe.2017-0032  
     
  My presentation and participation in a discussion was summarized in this document. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. Driving Action and Progress on Obesity Prevention and Treatment: Proceedings of a Workshop.Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. Open access:  
     
  Sallis, J.F. Are sidewalks for pedestrians? Blog post on America Walks website:  
     
  Sallis, J. GOP health bills just make matters worse. Letter to the editor. San Diego Union-Tribune. June 28, 2017. p.B5.  
     
 

Rachele, J., Sallis, J. Loh, V. Eight simple changes to our neighborhoods can help us age well. The Conversation. Posted October 2017.

This piece by Jerome Rachele, Jim Sallis and Venurs Loh (IHA) has generated 5,680 reads, 17 comments and has been republished six times in two weeks. Outlets where it has been republished are: SBS, Start at 60, Newsify (app), Lee Enterprises (American newspaper chain) and Property Observer. The article has been read in Australia, the US, Canada, the UK, NZ, Ireland, Cyprus, Netherlands, France and Singapore.

 
     
  Rachele, J., Healy, A., Sallis, J., & Sugiyama, T. Designing suburbs to cut care use closes gaps in health and wealth. The Conversation. Posted October 19, 2017.  
     
  My opening presentation was summarized in this document. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. Advancing obesity solutions through investments in the built environment: Proceedings of a workshop—in brief. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: Workshop webpage, including archived webcast:  
     
  Letter to the editor on tax bill, San Diego Union-Tribune. Published Sunday December, 17, 2017.   
     
  Sallis, J. Driverless cars could be better or worse for our health—it’s up to us. The Conversation. Blog posted January 2, 2018.

ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) TV interview about driverless cars, based on the article. Aired on morning news January 8, 2018.
 
     
  Sallis, J.F. (2018). The value of the National Collaborative on Childhood Obesity Research: Past, present, and future. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 54(3), 475-477. (Invited commentary).  
     
  Lyn, R., and Sallis, J.F. (2018). The virtual special section of active transport papers from the 2017 Active Living Research Conference. Journal of Transport and Health, 9, 7. (Editorial)  
     
  Sallis. J.F. (2018). Electric scooters on collision course with pedestrians and lawmakers. The Conversation. Blog posted July 18, 2018. Reprinted in City Metric, September, 7, 2018. Translated and adapted for The Conversation Indonesia, after 2 e-scooter-related deaths in Jakarta. Published November 15, 2019.  
     
  Sallis, J. (2018). Time to consider the needs of people above the needs of cars. Op-ed and lead story in Brisbane Times (online news source). Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. August 5, 2018.  
     
  Sallis, J.F. (2018). Needs and challenges related to multilevel interventions: Physical activity examples. Health Education and Behavior, 45(5), 661-667. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/1090198118796458  
     
  Sallis, J.F. (2018). Foreword, pp. v-vi. In S.R. Nyman, A. Barker, T. Haines, K. Horton, C. Musselwhite, G. Peeters, C.R. Victor, & J.K. Wolff, Eds. The Palgrave Handbook of Ageing and Physical Activity Promotion. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature.  
     
  Letter to the editor on government shutdown and border wall. Published in Los Angeles Times January 10, 2019.  
     
  My presentation was summarized in this document. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine 2019. Current Status and Response to the Global Obesity Pandemic: Proceedings of a Workshop in Brief. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.17226/25349 (brief summary)  
     
  My presentation was summarized in this document. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. (2018). Advancing Obesity Solutions Through Investments in the Built Environment: Proceedings of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.  
     
  National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. (2019). Implementing strategies to enhance public health surveillance of physical activity in the United States. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. (committee member and co-author)  
     
  Umstattd Meyer, R., Hipp, A., Botchwey, N., Floyd, M.F., Kim, A.J., Pollack Porter K.M., and Sallis, J.F. (2019). How to improve physical activity and health for all children and families Stanford Social Innovation Review, Summer 2019, 12-14. In Grantmakers in Health supplement on Healthy Eating, Active Living: Reflections, Contributions.Open access to paper: Open access to supplement:  
     
  Letter to the editor on extreme weather and climate change. Los Angeles Times. June 2, 2019. Page A13.  
     
  SPARK’s 30 Year Anniversary Series, Part 1. Blog on SPARK website. Posted June 2019.  
     
  My presentation was summarized in this document. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine 2019. Current Status and Response to the Global Obesity Pandemic: Proceedings of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, pages 54-56. (Full report). Open access:  
     
  Sallis, J.F. “Active Healthy Cities Are a Key to Success”. Published on Circulate San Diego website. http://www.circulatesd.org/guest_post_active_healthy_cities_are_a_key_to_success This blog comments on new mixed use zoning code for City of San Diego. October 9, 2019.  
     
  Pate, R.R., Sallis, J.F., and Pollack Porter, K.M. (2020). Surveillance of physical activity: Actions needed to support new federal guidelines. American Journal of Public Health, 110(1), 87-89. (Editorial, peer-reviewed). DOI: 10.2105/AJPH.2019.305443 PMID: 31800284 Open access:  
     
  Sallis, J.F., & Rodriguez, D.A. Community supports for physical activity: Why and how to keep track of them. Blog post for American Heart Association Center for Health Metrics and Evaluation.  
     
  Sallis, J.F. & Pratt, M. Physical activity can be helpful in the pandemic. Columbia (Missouri) Daily Tribune. April 7, 2020. Commentary. This is a recording of my lecture to UC San Diego medical students on this topic.
Spanish translation on the RAFA/PANA website that reaches physical activity professionals throughout Latin America
Post on Agita Mundo website, based in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Blog (with references) and lecture featured on ISBNPA website.
PlayCore’s news and social media (lecture and blog)
Blog on America Walks website
Material incorporated into a blog from UCSD Health. Posted May 14, 2020.
Blog adapted for India.
Adlahka, D., Sallis, J.F., & Pratt, M. COVID-19 and India’s chronic disease burden: How exercise can be beneficial. The News Minute (India), April 16, 2020.
 
     
  Deadly sprawl. Letter to the editor, Los Angeles Times. May 2, 2020. Commenting on this op-ed.  
     
  Hasson, R., Sallis, J., Coleman, N., Kaushal, N., Nocera, V., & Keith, N. (2020). The missing mandate: Promoting physical activity to reduce disparities during COVID-19 and beyond. American College of Sports Medicine blog. Posted June 3, 2020.  
     
  Adlakha, D., & Sallis, J.F. Why urban density is good for health, even during a pandemic. The Conversation (UK). Released July 24, 2020.  
     
  Sallis, J.F., & Pratt, M. Why keep this COVID-19 remedy a secret? Blog posted on the Exercise Is Medicine website. August 14, 2020. Promoted in ACSM Sports Medicine Bulletin, September 8, 2020.
Blog (with references) posted by International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity.
 
     
  Sallis, J., Adlakha, D., Oyeyemi, A., & Salvo, D. GP RED Research Brief #11. An international physical activity and public health research agenda to inform Coronavirus Disease (COVID)-19 policies and practices. Posted on GP RED website August 14, 2020.  
     
  Jacobo, A., Coleman, N., Hasson, R., Johnson, M., Kaushal, N., Lewis, T., Simon, L., Sallis, J., and the ACSM Strategic Health Initiative on Health Equity. Not all indoor spaces are created equal: Enhancing indoor air quality to promote physical activity among vulnerable populations. American College of Sports Medicine blog. Posted August 17, 2020.  
     
  Sallis, J. Health + transportation: Opportunities for two titans. Summary/transcript of my opening keynote, including most slides. CHAT: Conference on Health and Active Transportation. In Transportation Research Circular E-C264, pages 2-10. July 2020.  
     
  Ross, S.E.T., Hasson, R., Johnson, M., Nocera, V., Sallis, J., Simon, L., Wheeler, L., and the ACSM Strategic Health Initiative on Health Equity. The urgency of now: Achieving equity in school physical activity policies and practices during the COVID-19 pandemic. Blog on American College of Sports Medicine website. September 24, 2020.  
     
  Sallis, J.F. (2020). JHEAL: What does it mean to initiate a new journal? Journal of Healthy Eating and Active Living, 1(1), 1-2. Invited commentary. Open access, Link to inaugural theme issue  
     
  Rosenberg, D., Sallis, J., Trinh, L., Pekmezi, D., Buscemi, J., Fitzgibbon, M., and Whitsel, L. (2021). Position Statement: Joint Recomendation to Increase Federal Efforts to Promote Physical Activity During and After the COVID-19 Pandemic. Released by Society of Behavioral Medicine and Physical Activity Alliance. June 8, 2021. Link