Health, Wellbeing and Transport course: Global Challenges in Transport programme
Start date : 5 December 2017 09:00
End date : 8 December 2017 18:15
Where : Oxford | Royaume-Uni
Hosted by :
Transport Studies Unit
Information sources :
The Transport Studies Unit at the University of Oxford is currently accepting applications for the Health, Wellbeing and Transport course, to be held Tuesday 5th- Friday 8th December 2017, at Kellogg College, University of Oxford.
The course is part of our Global Challenges in Transport programme, which provides researchers and practitioners with the necessary knowledge, skills and expertise, supported by the latest research evidence, to address the complexity associated with making transport sustainable.
This course considers health, wellbeing and social equity across spatial scales, geographical contexts and transport modes. It specifically concentrates on the relationships between urban form and design, mobility practices, and physical and mental well-being. Particular emphasis will be placed on the potential contribution of walking, cycling and public transport services to healthy cities.
Our speakers include: Dr Tim Schwanen (TSU), Prof Karen Lucas (ITS), Dr Jennie Middleton (TSU), Dr Christian Brand (TSU), Dr James Esson (Loughborough University), Dr Margaret Peden (The George Institute for Global Health), Dr Audrey de Nazelle (Imperial College London), Emma Aldrich (Marie Stopes Uganda), Dr Adrian Davis.
The full programme is available at: http://www.tsu.ox.ac.uk/course/hwt2017.pdf
This is a 4-day residential course, with fees covering all materials, 21 contact hours, and 3 night's en-suite accommodation at Kellogg College, University of Oxford. All meals and refreshments are provided. The fee structure is as follows:
· Private sector: £3,500
· Public sector: £1,500
· PhD: £500
We are able to offer partial scholarships to a limited number of participants, as well as discounts to those attending several Global Challenges in Transport courses.
Further details about all courses in the Global Challenges in Transport programme can be found at www.tsu.ox.ac.uk/course.
To enquire or apply, please email email@example.com