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Salutogenesis in Prison (2022)
Book Chapter
Woodall, J., De Viggiani, N., & South, J. (2022). Salutogenesis in Prison. In The Handbook of Salutogenesis. (2nd). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-79515-3

There is an increasing shift in prison health discourse towards a more salutogenic view of health. This implies conceptualising “prison health” as a systemic issue that considers how prison regimes and environments are health creating and health enha... Read More about Salutogenesis in Prison.

Medievals and moderns in conversation: Co-designing creative futures for under-used historic churches in rural communities (2022)
Journal Article
Senior, T. J., Metcalfe, T., McClean, S., Wilson, A., Bowen, S., Ailes, M., & McGregor, E. (2022). Medievals and moderns in conversation: Co-designing creative futures for under-used historic churches in rural communities. Multimodal Technologies and Interaction, 6(5), Article 40. https://doi.org/10.3390/mti6050040

For many living in rural areas, the loss of traditional community assets and increased social fragmentation are a common feature of everyday life. The empty village church is a poignant symbol of these challenges; yet, these are sites that hold consi... Read More about Medievals and moderns in conversation: Co-designing creative futures for under-used historic churches in rural communities.

Systematic review of the health and equity impacts of remediation and redevelopment of contaminated sites (2022)
Journal Article
Sinnett, D., Bray, I., Baranyi, G., Braubach, M., & Netanyanhu, S. (2022). Systematic review of the health and equity impacts of remediation and redevelopment of contaminated sites. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19(9), 5278. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph19095278

(1) Background: Globally there is a vast legacy of contaminated sites from past industrial, commercial and military activity, waste disposal, and mineral extraction. This review examined the extent to which the remediation of contaminated sites reduc... Read More about Systematic review of the health and equity impacts of remediation and redevelopment of contaminated sites.

Partnerships of prevention: Beyond regulation (2022)
Book Chapter
Turner, E. (2022). Partnerships of prevention: Beyond regulation. In J. Stewart, & R. Moffatt (Eds.), Regulating the Privately Rented Housing Sector: Evidence into Practice. London: Routledge

The public health agenda provided new impetus and opportunities to tackle health inequalities and a framework for revisiting policy and practice in the PRS to deliver better health outcomes. However, the national picture is erratic, and the extent to... Read More about Partnerships of prevention: Beyond regulation.

Determinants of physical activity among adults and older adults from the Somali Community in Bristol, UK (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Ige, J. (2021, October). Determinants of physical activity among adults and older adults from the Somali Community in Bristol, UK. Paper presented at 8th ISPAH Virtual Congress (Vancouver 2021), Vancouver

Backgrounds: Adults and older-adults from BME communities in the UK are less likely than their non-BME counterparts to meet the physical-activity recommendations Purpose: To investigate the factors associated with physical-activity among adults an... Read More about Determinants of physical activity among adults and older adults from the Somali Community in Bristol, UK.

Nostalgic conversations: The co-production of an intervention package for people living with dementia and their spouse (2021)
Journal Article
Dodd, E., Ismail, S., Christopher, G., Wildschut, T., Sedikides, C., & Cheston, R. (2022). Nostalgic conversations: The co-production of an intervention package for people living with dementia and their spouse. Dementia, 21(2), 489-502. https://doi.org/10.1177/14713012211047350

Objectives: Nostalgic memories are more social than other forms of autobiographical recall, often refer to atypical events, express more positive affect and reflect life as meaningful. Recalling a nostalgic (compared to ordinary) memory increases sel... Read More about Nostalgic conversations: The co-production of an intervention package for people living with dementia and their spouse.

Dare (2021)
Digital Artefact
Banks, E., & White, J. (2021). Dare. [Digital Video]

Synopsis 14 year old Jess is excited when Jake asks her out after a game of Dare one day after school. However, Jake has a particular plan in mind which will change her feelings for him and her approach to relationships forever. 'Dare' is a 15 mi... Read More about Dare.

Employer attitudes policies and practice towards public health practitioner registration - Final report (2021)
Report
Evans, D. (2021). Employer attitudes policies and practice towards public health practitioner registration - Final report. Bristol: Health Education England

Background Government policy across the four nations of the UK emphasises the importance of developing public health workforce capacity to meet the challenges of the 21st century – non-communicable diseases such as diabetes and heart disease, and co... Read More about Employer attitudes policies and practice towards public health practitioner registration - Final report.

How do you develop systems leadership in public health? Insights from a scoping study (2021)
Journal Article
Evans, D., Bolden, R., Jarvis, C., Mann, R., Patterson, M., & Thompson, E. (2021). How do you develop systems leadership in public health? Insights from a scoping study. Public Health, 196, 24-28. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.puhe.2021.04.033

Objectives: Systems leadership is widely acknowledged to be needed to address the many ‘wicked issues’ challenging public health systems. However, there is a lack of evidence on how to develop public health professionals into effective systems leader... Read More about How do you develop systems leadership in public health? Insights from a scoping study.

Urban redevelopment of contaminated sites: A review of scientific evidence and practical knowledge on environmental and health issues (2021)
Report
Regional Office for Europe, W. Urban redevelopment of contaminated sites: A review of scientific evidence and practical knowledge on environmental and health issues. Copenhagen: WHO Regional Office for Europe

Across the WHO European Region, the urban population is growing steadily and demand for land is rapidly increasing. Revitalizing and/or remediating industrial sites and contaminated land present an opportunity for sustainable urban development and re... Read More about Urban redevelopment of contaminated sites: A review of scientific evidence and practical knowledge on environmental and health issues.

Scaling up action on urban sustainable food systems in the United Kingdom: Agenda setting, networking, and influence (2021)
Journal Article
Jones, M., & Hills, S. (2021). Scaling up action on urban sustainable food systems in the United Kingdom: Agenda setting, networking, and influence. Sustainability, 13(4), https://doi.org/10.3390/su13042156

There has been an increasing focus on the potential of city-based initiatives to address the negative impacts of the global food system. Adopting a meso-level policy perspective, this study aimed to explore whether, how, and why the UK non-government... Read More about Scaling up action on urban sustainable food systems in the United Kingdom: Agenda setting, networking, and influence.

Priorities for social science and humanities research on the challenges of moving beyond animal-based food systems (2021)
Journal Article
Morris, C., Kaljonen, M., Aavik, K., Balázs, B., Cole, M., Coles, B., …White, R. (2021). Priorities for social science and humanities research on the challenges of moving beyond animal-based food systems. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, 8(1), https://doi.org/10.1057/s41599-021-00714-z

Increasingly high-profile research is being undertaken into the socio-environmental challenges associated with the over-production and consumption of food from animals. Transforming food systems to mitigate climate change and hidden hunger, ensure fo... Read More about Priorities for social science and humanities research on the challenges of moving beyond animal-based food systems.

A natural experimental study of new walking and cycling infrastructure across the United Kingdom: The Connect2 programme (2020)
Journal Article
Le Gouais, A., Panter, J., Cope, A., Powell, J., Bird, E., Woodcock, J., …Foley, L. (2021). A natural experimental study of new walking and cycling infrastructure across the United Kingdom: The Connect2 programme. Journal of Transport and Health, 20, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jth.2020.100968

Introduction: High quality evaluations of new walking and cycling routes are scarce and understanding contextual mechanisms influencing outcomes is limited. Using different types of data we investigate how context is associated with change in use of... Read More about A natural experimental study of new walking and cycling infrastructure across the United Kingdom: The Connect2 programme.