SWEEP Environmental Investment for Health Outcomes project webinar library

On this page we will post a library of links to our SWEEP project webinar recordings.


Webinar 1: Public Health Dorset: Stories from the Healthy Places project

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The live stream of the webinar took place on Friday 6 December 2019. Rupert Lloyd from Public Health Dorset shared his insight into some of the work going on in Dorset, including the Healthy Places project, and gave a Q&A session after the talk. Rupert gave an overview of how ‘Healthy Places’ forms part of wider efforts to promote prevention at scale across the local health and care system, examples of health and environment collaboration in Dorset and the future direction of work in Dorset.

You can watch a recording of the webinar on the SWEEP project hub, you will need to create a (free) account to access the webinars.


Webinar 2: Environmental investment for health outcomes: What does the evidence say?

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The second webinar took place on the 21st January 2020. Dr Becca Lovell, Lecturer in Biodiversity and Healthy Policy at the European Centre for Environment and Human Health (ECEHH), introduced the key research on links between the natural environment and human health and wellbeing.

In the recording Becca mention’s a number of resources – these can be accessed on our reports pages or on the published papers page. Forthcoming reports will be added as they are published.

You can watch a recording of the webinar on the SWEEP project hub, you will need to create a (free) account to access the webinars.


Our webinars are open to everyone so please share with anyone who might be interested. If you’d like to sign up for future webinars, or are interested in knowing more about the project, contact Sian de Bell at s.c.de-bell@exeter.ac.uk or visit our project webpage and sign up to access resources on the SWEEP project hub.

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