Professor Carl Heneghan explores the risk of Cycling in Oxford and whether cycling deaths have been a catalyst for change.
The Global Centre on Healthcare and Urbanisation (GCHU) at Kellogg College, partnered with Protiviti to conduct a global survey of 200 business leaders in a variety of industries about the future of cities and related business strategies. Survey data was collected in August and September 2021.
The ‘COP26 Insights series’ written by Visiting Fellow Dr Katherine Maxwell explores discussions that centre on the nexus between urbanisation and health and well-being
We are delighted to announce that Dr Katherine Maxwell has been appointed as a Visiting Fellow of Kellogg College and will be based at the GCHU where she will contribute to the centre’s reports, publications and events, and represent the…
On Monday 25 October, GCHU Research Fellow, Dr Georgia Richards, presented at the Rotary Club of London – the oldest Rotary Club outside of North America. Georgia is a Rotary Scholar alumnus, and between 2017 and 2019 she was supported…
Dr Juliet Carpenter, a GCHU Research Fellow explores the concept of Healthy Urban Mobility through a local project based in the Oxford neighbourhood of Barton.
GCHU is pleased to share the report: ‘Preventable deaths involving cyclists in England and Wales: Solutions to improve their safety’ written by Louis Odgers and Georgia Richards.
The GCHU is excited to announce our continued participation in the University of Oxford’s Micro-Internship programme with three placements available for September 2021. Applications can be submitted through the CareerConnect website. The deadline for submissions is Monday 2nd August. Research…
The Commission on Creating Healthy Cities has launched a Call for Evidence inviting contributions to the Commission.
Elizabeth Tuck on the post-COVID urban environment, and how we might build ‘healthier’ cities