The Global Centre on Healthcare and Urbanisation (GCHU) at Kellogg College seeks to make urban centres environmentally, economically, and socially sustainable, and to provide an environment that supports and sustains health and wellbeing.

Our interdisciplinary approach embraces sustainable urban development and evidence-based healthcare to undertake research, education and foster collaboration in these disciplines.

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New GCHU blog: GCHU Postdoctoral Research Fellow Astrid Krisch outlines the insights of her newest research paper published in the journal ‘European Urban and Regional Studies’

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Our recent GCHU Public Seminar on 11th October discussed "15-minute cities: can they work for everyone?". It shared researcher, practitioner and policy perspectives on the concept of the 15-minute city and was open to all. The full recording of the seminar has now been published to our GCHU Public Seminar archive.

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The Global Centre on Healthcare and Urbanisation (GCHU) launches a new programme offering a limited number of ‘Visiting Research Associate’ positions each year to help foster collaborations with individuals and institutions working in relevant areas of health and urbanisation.

GCHU Public Seminars

The Centre hosts a series of seminars – open to the public – throughout the year. These lively discussions bring together a panel of speakers to address contemporary, and often controversial, issues in healthcare and urbanisation.

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