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The 'Four Dimensions of Behaviour' framework: a tool for characterising behaviours to help design better interventions (2014)
Journal Article
Chatterton, T., & Wilson, C. (2014). The 'Four Dimensions of Behaviour' framework: a tool for characterising behaviours to help design better interventions. Transportation Planning and Technology, 37(1), 38-61. https://doi.org/10.1080/03081060.2013.850257

This paper sets out the rationale and structure of a tool for assisting policy-makers and practitioners to understand behavioural challenges and open up thinking on the design of effective 'behaviour change' interventions. The 'Four Dimensions of Beh... Read More about The 'Four Dimensions of Behaviour' framework: a tool for characterising behaviours to help design better interventions.

Holding up the mirror: How to use quality assurance, peer review to improve sexual health (2013)
Journal Article
Womack, J., Kell, P., & Scally, G. (2013). Holding up the mirror: How to use quality assurance, peer review to improve sexual health. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 89(8), 616-619. https://doi.org/10.1136/sextrans-2012-050864

The Office for Sexual Health was established in the southwest of England in January 2010 as a Department of Health pilot to bring together all elements of sexual health policy to address the fragmentation of effort created by having separate national... Read More about Holding up the mirror: How to use quality assurance, peer review to improve sexual health.

Utilising Openair to support multi-stakeholder engagement and the resolution of air quality issues (2013)
Journal Article
Hayes, E. T., Chatterton, T., Barnes, J., & Longhurst, J. (2013). Utilising Openair to support multi-stakeholder engagement and the resolution of air quality issues. Clean Air Journal, 23(1), 23-31

For key stakeholders to make informed air quality management decisions it is often necessary for in-depth data analysis to be tailored and concisely presented to meet their needs. Given the complexity of sources, the abundance of relevant data (e.g.... Read More about Utilising Openair to support multi-stakeholder engagement and the resolution of air quality issues.

Carbon reduction scenarios for 2050: An explorative analysis of public preferences (2013)
Journal Article
Allen, P., & Chatterton, T. (2013). Carbon reduction scenarios for 2050: An explorative analysis of public preferences. Energy Policy, 63, 796-808. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2013.08.079

This paper presents an analysis of public preferences for a low carbon future UK and compares them with three future scenarios proposed by the UK government based on data from 10,983 self-selected participants who engaged in the UK Department of Ener... Read More about Carbon reduction scenarios for 2050: An explorative analysis of public preferences.

No weighting for healthy sustainable local planning: Evaluation of a participatory appraisal tool for rationality and inclusivity (2013)
Journal Article
Grant, M., & Barton, H. (2013). No weighting for healthy sustainable local planning: Evaluation of a participatory appraisal tool for rationality and inclusivity. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 56(9), 1267-1289. https://doi.org/10.1080/09640568.2012.717887

This paper is concerned with the contribution that project, plan and policy appraisal can make to effective decision making when shaping a built environment that needs to respond to the demands of local voices and also concerns for global sustainabil... Read More about No weighting for healthy sustainable local planning: Evaluation of a participatory appraisal tool for rationality and inclusivity.

Qualitative insights into the effect on travel behavior of joining a carshare (2013)
Journal Article
Andrews, G., Chatterjee, K., Andrews, G., Ricci, M., & Parkhurst, G. (2013). Qualitative insights into the effect on travel behavior of joining a carshare. Transportation Research Record, 2359(2359), 76-84. https://doi.org/10.3141/2359-10

Carsharing organizations (carshares) provide collectively available vehicles that can be booked for exclusive use on a pay-as-you-go basis. Previous research has shown that two groups join carshares: (a) accessors, who do not have a car when they joi... Read More about Qualitative insights into the effect on travel behavior of joining a carshare.

Urban planning for healthy cities a review of the progress of the european healthy cities programme (2013)
Journal Article
Barton, H., & Grant, M. (2013). Urban planning for healthy cities a review of the progress of the european healthy cities programme. Journal of Urban Health, 90(SUPPL 1), 129-141. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11524-011-9649-3

The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the progress made by European cities in relation to Healthy Urban Planning (HUP) during Phase IV of the World Health Organization's Healthy Cities programme (2003-2008). The introduction sets out the general p... Read More about Urban planning for healthy cities a review of the progress of the european healthy cities programme.

The walkability of Bristol: How this relates to physical activity, health and well-being (2013)
Presentation / Conference
Burgess, S., & Sinnett, D. (2013, September). The walkability of Bristol: How this relates to physical activity, health and well-being. Paper presented at UK-Ireland Planning Research Conference: Healthy Communities; hopeful places: In Defence of Planning, University of the West of England, Bristol

Walking is accessible to the majority of the population; it is low cost, requires no specialist equipment or training and can be relatively easily incorporated into daily routines. A recent review of the evidence base for investment in the walking en... Read More about The walkability of Bristol: How this relates to physical activity, health and well-being.

Educating planners for the new challenges of sustainability, knowledge and governance: Report from a EU/US exploratory collaborative project in planning education (2013)
Presentation / Conference
Carmichael, L. (2013, July). Educating planners for the new challenges of sustainability, knowledge and governance: Report from a EU/US exploratory collaborative project in planning education. Paper presented at Joint AESOP/ACSP Congress Dublin 2013, Dublin, Ireland

This paper will report on the project “Educating Planners for the New Challenge of Sustainability, Knowledge and Governance” (PLAN-ED), aimed at the international exchange of planning knowledge, methodologies, and practices and the tuning of competen... Read More about Educating planners for the new challenges of sustainability, knowledge and governance: Report from a EU/US exploratory collaborative project in planning education.

The walkability of Bristol: How this relates to physical activity, health and well-being (2013)
Presentation / Conference
Burgess, S., & Sinnett, D. (2013, July). The walkability of Bristol: How this relates to physical activity, health and well-being. Paper presented at AESOP/ACSP Conference, Dublin

Walking is accessible to the majority of the population; it is low cost, requires no specialist equipment or training and can be relatively easily incorporated into daily routines. A recent review of the evidence base for investment in the walking en... Read More about The walkability of Bristol: How this relates to physical activity, health and well-being.

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

Musical pathways: An exploratory study of young people in the criminal justice system, engaged with a creative music programme (2013)
Report
De Viggiani, N., Daykin, N., Moriarty, Y., & Pilkington, P. (2013). Musical pathways: An exploratory study of young people in the criminal justice system, engaged with a creative music programme

There is growing evidence from across the arts and health field that suggests that participatory arts programmes can contribute to health improvement, emotional resilience and social reintegration, among vulnerable and excluded groups including crimi... Read More about Musical pathways: An exploratory study of young people in the criminal justice system, engaged with a creative music programme.

Cross-sector collaboration for healthy urban environments: Evaluating the protocol between Bristol City Council’s planning department and the local public health authority (2013)
Presentation / Conference
Carmichael, L. (2013, June). Cross-sector collaboration for healthy urban environments: Evaluating the protocol between Bristol City Council’s planning department and the local public health authority. Paper presented at Public Health England Conference 2013

Cross-sector collaboration for healthy urban environments: evaluating the protocol between Bristol City’s planning department and the local public health authority Category: Improving the wider determinants of health This paper reports on the... Read More about Cross-sector collaboration for healthy urban environments: Evaluating the protocol between Bristol City Council’s planning department and the local public health authority.

Triggers for changes in cycling: The role of life events and modifications to the external environment (2013)
Journal Article
Chatterjee, K., Sherwin, H., & Jain, J. (2013). Triggers for changes in cycling: The role of life events and modifications to the external environment. Journal of Transport Geography, 30, 183-193. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2013.02.007

There is surprising little research that directly investigates the reasons why people change their cycling behaviour. This paper presents findings from in-depth interviews that sought to understand the circumstances and factors that influenced people... Read More about Triggers for changes in cycling: The role of life events and modifications to the external environment.

Music making for health, well-being and behaviour change in youth justice settings: A systematic review (2013)
Journal Article
Daykin, N., De Viggiani, N., Pilkington, P., & Moriarty, Y. (2013). Music making for health, well-being and behaviour change in youth justice settings: A systematic review. Health Promotion International, 28(2), 197-210. https://doi.org/10.1093/heapro/das005

Youth justice is an important public health issue. There is growing recognition of the need to adopt effective, evidence-based strategies for working with young offenders. Music interventions may be particularly well suited to addressing risk factors... Read More about Music making for health, well-being and behaviour change in youth justice settings: A systematic review.