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Message posted on 19/11/2019

Final chance to register to the Health&Wellbeing course at the University of Oxford (Global Challenges in Transport)

Dear all,

A gentle reminder that there is only one week left to apply to the Health a= nd Wellbeing course (10-13 December 2019) run by the Transport Studies Unit= , University of Oxford.

The course is part of our Global Challenges in Transport Programme which brings together world-leading academics, plan= ners, advocacy groups and policy makers from across the public, private and= voluntary sector and from several different countries, with the shared goa= l of making transport more sustainable and healthy for all.

The course will introduce the latest research on the complex relationships = among different forms of transport and mobility, with health, and wellbeing= , including safety and air pollution.

The main themes covered in the course are:

  • health, well-being and mobility;
  • active travel;
  • the social and distributional impacts of transport;
  • the use of health impact assessment tools;
  • pathways to increase road safety.

Our speakers will include Professor Tim Schwanen (University of Oxford), Pr= ofessor Karen Lucas (University of Leeds), Dr Audrey de Nazelle (Imperial C= ollege London), Dr Debbie Hopkins (University of Oxford), Dr Christian Bran= d (University of Oxford), Dr James Esson (Loughborough University), Dr Jenn= ie Middleton (University of Oxford), Dr Margie Peden (The George Institute = for Global Health), Professor Adrian Davis (Edinburgh Napier University).

Please find further information about the upcoming December course on our w= ebsite and feel free to share this email = with any colleagues who you think would benefit.

Do please feel free to contact me at Ersilia.verlinghieri@ouce.ox.ac.uk or 01865 285177 with any questions.

Best wishes Ersilia

Dr Ersilia Verlinghieri Research Associate Programme Coordinator for Executive Education in the Transport Studies Unit Transport Studies Unit www.tsu.ox.ac.uk/course @OxfordTransport

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