Unravelling the relationship between urban planning and public health This blog post originally appeared in Blogged Environment and is reposted with the authors permission. By Heeseo Rain Kwon, Kathy Pain, Cecilia Wong and Caglar Koksal Public health, social and economic concerns in tension – The debate The heated debates around clean air and urban Read more
Six lessons for newly-forming large research consortia This blog post originally appeared in Integration and Implementation Insights and is reposted with the authors permission. By Daniel Black and Geoff Bates What are some key tips for establishing new, large consortia to tackle complex global challenges? What are the best ways to coordinate large groups of Read more
What types of health evidence persuade actors in a complex policy system? Originally Posted in: Policy and Politics By Geoff Bates, Sarah Ayres, Andrew Barnfield, and Charles Larkin Good quality urban environments can help to prevent non-communicable diseases such as cardiovascular diseases, mental health conditions and diabetes that account for three quarters of deaths globally Read more
Levelling Up can’t address inequalities without addressing the causes of poor health. New research sets out policy recommendations.
The UK government’s levelling up agenda is set to fall short in its mission to address inequalities unless it tackles the root causes of poor health, according to new research published in Contemporary Social Science. The research, led by the University of Bristol and University of Bath, used data from interviews with 132 key government Read more