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The paradox of intensification (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Melia, S. (2010, December). The paradox of intensification. Presented at Centre for Transport and Society Winter Conference, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK

Intensifying cities, increasing their population density, reduces overall car use with benefits to the global environment, but also increases concentrations of traffic, worsening local conditions, unless it is accompanied by constraints on car owners... Read More about The paradox of intensification.

Slum genealogy (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Rice, L. (2010, December). Slum genealogy. Presented at Destination Slum! International Conference, Bristol, UK

The slum is consuming the world. Thus slums by virtue of their presence: as a utopian model – always present, everywhere and always the same: have power. They have become more powerful than the formal city, princes and philosophers alike are drawn to... Read More about Slum genealogy.

Retrofitting suburbia: Is the compact city feasible? (2010)
Journal Article
Rice, L. (2010). Retrofitting suburbia: Is the compact city feasible?. Proceedings of the ICE - Urban Design and Planning, 163(4), 193-204. https://doi.org/10.1680/udap.2010.163.4.193

This paper examines the role of retrofitting existing suburbs to deliver more sustainable lifestyles. The policy of intensification of existing urban and suburban areas, referred to as a 'compact city' strategy, has been promoted by the UK government... Read More about Retrofitting suburbia: Is the compact city feasible?.

The need for improved sensing technology for estimating emissions and concentrations of pollution at ground-level in the lower latitudes space for Africa: Joint participation, knowledge development and sharing (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Fagbeja, M., Hill, J., Chatterton, T., & Longhurst, J. (2010, November). The need for improved sensing technology for estimating emissions and concentrations of pollution at ground-level in the lower latitudes space for Africa: Joint participation, knowledge development and sharing. Presented at International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) 3rd African Regional Conference, Abuja, Nigeria

Carfree, low car - what's the difference? (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Melia, S. (2010, October). Carfree, low car - what's the difference?. Paper presented at European Transport Conference, Glasgow, Scotland

This paper aims to propose a definition and typology of carfree development and to assess the benefits and problems associated with it. It aims to contrast these with the concept and practice of ‘low car’ development. Through a review of the litera... Read More about Carfree, low car - what's the difference?.

Understanding the effect of decentralisation on health services: The Nepalese experience (2010)
Journal Article
Regmi, K. R., Naidoo, J., Pilkington, P., & Greer, A. (2010). Understanding the effect of decentralisation on health services: The Nepalese experience. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 24(4), 361-382. https://doi.org/10.1108/14777261011064986

Purpose: Despite enormous progress in health globally, primary healthcare services in many developing countries are facing different challenges. Many studies have documented that decentralisation could be useful in supporting and developing health se... Read More about Understanding the effect of decentralisation on health services: The Nepalese experience.

The potential impact from increased use of wood fuelled biomass on local air quality in London: lessons to exchange with mega-cities in developing countries (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Hayes, E. T., Chatterton, T., Leksmono, N., & Longhurst, J. (2010, October). The potential impact from increased use of wood fuelled biomass on local air quality in London: lessons to exchange with mega-cities in developing countries. Presented at Proceedings of the 2008 International Union of Air Pollution Prevention and Environmental Protection Associations (IUAPPA) Regional Conference, South Africa

Evaluating social and behavioural impacts of english smoke-free legislation in different ethnic and age groups: Implications for reducing smoking-related health inequalities (2010)
Journal Article
Adams, E., Lock, K., Adams, E., Pilkington, P., Duckett, K., Gilmore, A., & Marston, C. (2010). Evaluating social and behavioural impacts of english smoke-free legislation in different ethnic and age groups: Implications for reducing smoking-related health inequalities. Tobacco Control, 19(5), 391-397. https://doi.org/10.1136/tc.2009.032318

Objective To explore social and behavioural impacts of English smoke-free legislation (SFL) in different ethnic groups. Design A longitudinal, qualitative panel study of smokers using in-depth interviews conducted before and after introduction of SFL... Read More about Evaluating social and behavioural impacts of english smoke-free legislation in different ethnic and age groups: Implications for reducing smoking-related health inequalities.

Promoting healthy and sustainable environments: opportunities for injury prevention (2010)
Presentation / Conference
Pilkington, P. (2010, September). Promoting healthy and sustainable environments: opportunities for injury prevention. Paper presented at Safety 2010: World Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Conference, Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Westminster, London, UK

There is a renewed emphasis on the importance of place as a major health determinant, including the need to promote healthier and more sustainable environments and communities. This is in the main a response to two of the most pressing public health... Read More about Promoting healthy and sustainable environments: opportunities for injury prevention.

Decentralization and district health services in Nepal: Understanding the views of service users and service providers (2010)
Journal Article
Regmi, K., Naidoo, J., Pilkington, P., & Greer, A. (2010). Decentralization and district health services in Nepal: Understanding the views of service users and service providers. Journal of Public Health, 32(3), 406-417. https://doi.org/10.1093/pubmed/fdp116

Background: Within the decentralization framework of Government, the Ministry of Health (MoH) Nepal initiated the decentralization of primary care services closer to citizens. This paper aims to examine and understand the effect of decentralization a... Read More about Decentralization and district health services in Nepal: Understanding the views of service users and service providers.

Rhetoric or reality? A systematic review of the impact of participatory approaches by UK public health units on health and social outcomes (2010)
Journal Article
Evans, D., Pilkington, P., & McEachran, M. (2010). Rhetoric or reality? A systematic review of the impact of participatory approaches by UK public health units on health and social outcomes. Journal of Public Health, 32(3), 418-426. https://doi.org/10.1093/pubmed/fdq014

Background: There has been a philosophical commitment to participation in public health since the 1970s. UK policy rhetoric on participation in public health has been particularly marked since 1997. It is less clear that participatory approaches have... Read More about Rhetoric or reality? A systematic review of the impact of participatory approaches by UK public health units on health and social outcomes.

A systematic review of the impact of participatory approaches by UK public health units on health and social outcomes (2010)
Journal Article
Evans, D., Pilkington, P., & McEachran, M. (2010). A systematic review of the impact of participatory approaches by UK public health units on health and social outcomes. Journal of Public Health, 32(3), 418-426. https://doi.org/10.1093/pubmed/fdq014

Background: There has been a philosophical commitment to participation in public health since the 1970s. UK policy rhetoric on participation in public health has been particularly marked since 1997. It is less clear that participatory approaches have... Read More about A systematic review of the impact of participatory approaches by UK public health units on health and social outcomes.

Complexity and travel behaviour: A multi-agent simulation for investigating the influence of social aspects on travellers' compliance with a demand management measure (2010)
Book Chapter
Sunitiyoso, Y., Avineri, E., & Chatterjee, K. (2010). Complexity and travel behaviour: A multi-agent simulation for investigating the influence of social aspects on travellers' compliance with a demand management measure. In E. Silva, & G. de Roo (Eds.), A Planners Encounter with Complexity (209-226). Aldershot: Ashgate

The planning and design of transport systems have an important part in leading travellers to more sustainable and efficient choices. Car-dependence is a prominent problem to be solved in order to reduce traffic congestion. It also affects the general... Read More about Complexity and travel behaviour: A multi-agent simulation for investigating the influence of social aspects on travellers' compliance with a demand management measure.