GCHU Research Associate, Dr Alison Chisholm describes her experience of participating in a conference bringing together practitioners, scholars and advocates of citizens’ assemblies and citizens’ juries from across Europe.
GCHU Co-Director Professor Carl Heneghan discusses the results of the recent ONS report on the impact of winter pressures in Great Britain.
GCHU Intern Alex Csaky, a BA Archaeology and Anthropology student at the University of Oxford, discusses the potential benefits of brownfield redevelopment in addressing the issues facing urban areas worldwide.
GCHU Intern Anna Todsen, an MSc Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation student at the University of Oxford, discusses key urban challenges for major cities and their impact on human health.
GCHU Intern and MSc Evidence-Based Health Care student Christine Waddell assesses the benefits of blue-green infrastructure on human and environmental health.
Dr Juliet Carpenter, GCHU’s Director of Research, outlines the launch of a new AHRC-funded project in Paris.
Visiting Fellow Dr Katherine Maxwell summarises the key findings from COP27 discussions and explores what these mean for developing ‘Healthy Cities’ – urban areas that positively improve health and well-being of residents, whilst reducing carbon emissions and strengthening urban resilience.
GCHU Research Associate, Professor Timothy Dixon explores research themes and approaches to understanding the evolution and development of cities.
GCHU Co-Director Professor Carl Heneghan and Dr Tom Jefferson analyse the Health effects of indoor temperature on older people and children, and of the impact of household improvements in this latest GCHU blog.
In collaboration with The Prince’s Foundation, the Global Centre on Healthcare and Urbanisation at Kellogg College, Oxford has launched a report on Building Towards Net Zero Carbon Homes.