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What is urban nature and how do we perceive it? (2020)
Book Chapter
Hoyle, H. (2020). What is urban nature and how do we perceive it?. In Naturally Challenged: Contested Perceptions and Practices in Urban Green Spaces. Cities and Nature (9-36). Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-44480-8_2

This chapter discusses the complexities and apparent contradictions in defining ‘nature’ and ‘urban nature’ in the context of human-nature interactions. It explains why urban nature is so important to human health and well-being at this point in the... Read More about What is urban nature and how do we perceive it?.

National and local initiatives for closer working between planning and health (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Carmichael, L. (2016, April). National and local initiatives for closer working between planning and health. Presented at Fuse (Centre for translational research in public health) Quarterly Research Meetings: reuniting planning and health, Fuse (Centre for translational research in public health), Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK

This is a presentation for the fourth ESRC seminar on “Reuniting Planning and Health” held on 7 April 2016, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Re-uniting Planning and Health: tackling the implementation gaps in evidence, governance and knowledge, funded by... Read More about National and local initiatives for closer working between planning and health.

Briefing for design commission evidence session 2: Health and wellbeing (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Carmichael, L. (2015, October). Briefing for design commission evidence session 2: Health and wellbeing. Presented at All Party Parliamentary Design and Innovation Group: Evidence Session, Houses of Parliament, London, UK

Briefing Notes and Context The debate about the extent to which, and in what ways, our behaviour is affected by the built environment is not new. Whilst we might use emerging technology, visualising techniques and different data streams to extrapol... Read More about Briefing for design commission evidence session 2: Health and wellbeing.

The Bristol method: How to reduce traffic and its impacts (2015)
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Barnes, J., Crawshaw, S., Parkhurst, G., Toy, J., Robinson, B., Ricci, M., …Davis, A. (2015). The Bristol method: How to reduce traffic and its impacts. Bristol

THE BRISTOL METHOD The Bristol Method is a knowledge-transfer programme aimed at helping people in other cities understand and apply the lessons that Bristol has learned in becoming a more sustainable city, not just in 2015 but in the last decade.... Read More about The Bristol method: How to reduce traffic and its impacts.

Planning policy’s role in addressing health challenges (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Carmichael, L. (2015, September). Planning policy’s role in addressing health challenges. Presented at Westminster Briefing: Planning Healthy Communities, London

The role of planning in public health is vital to promoting physical and mental wellbeing. The National Planning Policy Framework highlights the need to include public health considerations in all planning decisions. Furthermore, as public health dut... Read More about Planning policy’s role in addressing health challenges.

Retrofitting suburbia for health: Scenarios for neighbourhood planning (2015)
Book Chapter
Barton, H., & Grant, M. (2015). Retrofitting suburbia for health: Scenarios for neighbourhood planning. In H. Barton, S. Thompson, S. Burgess, & M. Grant (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Planning for Health and Well-Being: Shaping a Sustainable and Healthy Future (225-238). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge

Barton and Grant, discuss neighbourhood design in depth. The concept and importance of the ‘neighbourhood’ as a setting for health is presented. Spatial patterning of urban growth fits into a number of archetypes, dictated by either market forces or... Read More about Retrofitting suburbia for health: Scenarios for neighbourhood planning.

Do randomised control trials offer a solution to 'low quality' transport research? (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Melia, S. (2015, January). Do randomised control trials offer a solution to 'low quality' transport research?. Paper presented at 47th Annual UTSG Conference, London, UK

This article responds to Graham-Rowe et al. (2011), which categorised 77 evaluations of transport interventions into 5 levels of ‘quality’. This article focuses on Graham-Rowe et al.’s treatment of randomised controlled trials (RCTs) and their recom... Read More about Do randomised control trials offer a solution to 'low quality' transport research?.

Public health profession (2014)
Book Chapter
Scally, G. (2014). Public health profession. In T. Culyer (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Health Economics. UK: Elsevier

The public health challenge (2013)
Book Chapter
Scally, G. (2013). The public health challenge. In A. Burnham (Ed.), Together (33-40). London: Fabian Society

Gabriel Scally - This place is killing me! (2013)
Digital Artefact
Scally, G. (2013). Gabriel Scally - This place is killing me!

Gabriel Scally examines how the places we live in shape our health - and how changes to the fabric of urban spaces can improve our lives. Recorded at TEDMEDL...

A subjective assessment of the suitability of Sciamachy total column measurements to interpolate reliable concentration estimates over a low latitude region (2013)
Presentation / Conference
Fagbeja, M., Hill, J., Chatterton, T., Longhurst, J., & Akinyede, J. (2013, March). A subjective assessment of the suitability of Sciamachy total column measurements to interpolate reliable concentration estimates over a low latitude region. Paper presented at The American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) Conference 2013 Confluence by the Bay - A Gathering of Geospatial Insights., Baltimore, USA

Health care targets (2013)
Book Chapter
Gobin, M., & Scally, G. (2013). Health care targets. In M. Hickman, Y. Ben-Shlomo, & S. Brookes (Eds.), Lecture Notes: Epidemiology, Evidence-based Medicine and Public Health (184-190). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell