A Tale of Two Cities, organized by Minding the Gap at Leeds City Hilton on Monday 4 December 2017. Presentations include: 

  • Health Divides – Where you live can kill you, Prof Clare Bambra
  • Air Pollution – Environmental justice, social rights and effective action, Paul Lincoln
  • Housing, housing conditions and health inequalities, Dr Stephen Battersby
  • The role of our home and our community in creating health, Juliann Hall
  • Health as a planning consideration, Alice Wiseman
  • Low Emission Zone – weighing up the costs, Sally Jones
  • England’s health divide, Prof Tim Doran

People, Places and Health, organized by Minding the Gap at the Hilton Sheffield Hotel, Victoria Quays, on 19 September 2016. The presentations from this excellent conference are available to download here:

  • Buses, Bicycles and Building for Health: practice-based evidence from the UK, Dr David Ogilvie, Programme Leader – Physical Activity and Public Health, University of Cambridge
  • Come into the garden … , David Buck, Senior Fellow, Public Health and Inequalities, Kings Fund
  • The Built Environment, Professor Tim Townshend, Urban Design for Health, Newcastle University
  • Health Inequalities and the Built Environment, Sorcha Daly, Researcher, Institute of Health Equity, University College London
  • Identifying the loneliest in our communities, Cllr Shelagh Marshall OBE, North Yorkshire County Council and Campaign to End Loneliness
  • Active by Design: Designing places for healthy lives, Victor Callister, Deputy Director of Architecture and the Built Environment, Design Council CABE


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