Fixing gaps to promote good health through the art and science of city making TRUUD External Advisory Board Chair, Sunand Prasad OBE explains why and how this research programme is cutting-through to improve place-making for better health in the UK. I am delighted to have taken on chairing the External Advisory Board for Read moreDetails
The impact of pollution on health and well-being: using Low Emission Zones as a case study By Eleonora Fichera and Habtamu Beshir, University of Bath Economics Department One of TRUUD aims is to collect evidence on the impact of urban environment on health. A major component of urban environment is air pollution causing 4.2 Read moreDetails
Learning lessons on prevention the hard way. The COVID-19 inquiry highlights the importance of creating healthy places.
Learning lessons on prevention the hard way. The COVID-19 inquiry highlights the importance of creating healthy places TRUUD’s Director for Research Impact, Professor Gabriel Scally, explores the links between what we are learning from the COVID-19 inquiry and our mission to reduce non-communicable disease through healthier place-making. The COVID-19 inquiry has delivered some Read moreDetails
Highlighting the health and wellbeing impacts of urban development. Frome Gateway regeneration framework consultation launched
Highlighting the health and wellbeing impacts of urban development. Frome Gateway regeneration framework consultation launched By Anna Le Gouais, University of Bristol The Frome Gateway regeneration framework has reached a major milestone with six weeks of public consultation, including a major part of my input and research – using health evidence to inform the Read moreDetails