Learning more about the work of the Birmingham Health and Wellbeing Board – with Professor Robin Miller

Questions by Dr Laura Kudrna. Dr Kudrna is a Research Fellow in Applied Psychology and theme lead on Wellbeing Economies for the Centre for Urban Wellbeing at the University of Birmingham. Cross-posted on Applied Research Collaboration West Midlands News Blog. I have seen several emails going around recently about the Birmingham Health and Wellbeing board. … Continue reading “Learning more about the work of the Birmingham Health and Wellbeing Board – with Professor Robin Miller”

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The Wellbeing Impact of Urban Nature, by Fiona J. Clarke

By Fiona J. Clarke, School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences. Cities can be stressful. And equally, they can be put under stress themselves. When we consider the wellbeing impact of urban nature, we tend to think principally of human health and perhaps environmental health, too. But what about the health of the cities that … Continue reading “The Wellbeing Impact of Urban Nature, by Fiona J. Clarke”