Tag Archives: Mental health
Beyond Greenspace and wider ECEHH team papers
I finally updated the page listing our published papers. The page has papers on lots of topics relating to the linkages between nature and health that have been published by many of the people working at ECEHH: Hope they are useful!
New job: Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in Environment-Health Decision Making
We have a new job opportunity! The 0.6%FTE post will be based with us at ECEHH at our Truro Campus and is fixed term basis from 01/12/2022 until 30/09/2026. The Post You will play a key role within the University of Exeter research team investigating how Urban Green- and Blue-Space (UGBS) can deliver equitable health […]
Does living near the coast help mitigate health inequalities?
New analysis of Health Survey for England data by Jo Garrett and colleagues suggests that living near the coast may help mitigate health inequalities in urban populations. The aim of the study was to investigate the association between mental health and coastal proximity (operationalised into five categories: (1) 0–1 km; (2) >1–5 km; (3) >5–20 km; (4) >20–50 km; […]
Greenspace and health job at ECEHH
One of our highly valued Greenkeeper team members is moving on to rather exciting pastures new so we are looking for someone with strong quantitative or spatial analysis skills to work with us on the final stages of the project. This full-time post is available immediately on a fixed term basis until 30 September 2019. […]
Demystifying Health paper
The Valuing Nature Programme Demystifying Health paper has now been published. Health is a basic element of life which is often taken for granted. We think little of it until it is threatened by injury or disease yet it is perhaps the most fundamental determinant of whether or not we can make the most of […]