Published 14/06/20

Loss of green open space has implications for health and socio-economy in Akure, Nigeria

As urban populations grow, cities experience intense pressure to expand at their peripheries. For people’s health and economic vitality, land…

Published 13/06/20

A participatory approach to building a coalition of health and planning sector urban actors in Africa: a Douala case-study

Participatory approach to research-policy-civil society intersectoral partnerships that identify key urban challenges and solutions in Douala, Cameroon For the attention…

Published 10/06/20

Comparing walking environment in Madrid and Philadelphia using multiple sampling methods

We compared cross-city differences in the walking environment in Madrid and Philadelphia as a case study For the attention of: City…

Published 10/06/20

Bad architecture and poor planning are risk factors for tuberculosis

In resettlement colonies of Mumbai, tuberculosis is rapidly spreading due to the poor natural ventilation and sunlight access. This is…

Published 09/06/20

An evaluation of bringing public health into architecture education in England

Embedding public health experts into architecture training improved skills, knowledge and awareness amongst architects. A promising way to work towards…

Published 09/06/20

A new tool for understanding neighbourhood-level drivers that impact health

There are so many neighbourhood-level drivers that impact our health that making sense of all the data can be difficult. …

Published 07/04/20

Comparing worldwide health and wellbeing across six cities in three continents

Assessing global differences in health and wellbeing across multiple continents For the attention of: City planners, local councils, general public, environmental…

Published 01/04/20

Communities facing urban depopulation: exploring people’s environmental preferences. A case study of Lisbon, Portugal

Comparing the urban attributes that could halt urban depopulation. Friendly communities and quality green spaces might be the key for…

Published 10/01/20

Housing support to improve health and reduce service costs

A new model for care and intervention delivered through a housing and health partnership could lead to positive wellbeing outcomes…

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