Grace Dibben is a PhD student based at the ECEHH. Grace recently attended the BACPR Annual Conference in London where she was awarded the 'best oral abstract' prize for her presentation about her systematic review, 'Does cardiac rehabilitation impact physical activity levels of heart disease patients?'. The BACPR's (British Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation) mission is…
News of the BlueHealth project hit television screens and radio speakers across the country this month, as millions of people across the UK tuned in to learn about the programme. The BlueHealth project brings together a multi-disciplinary consortium to investigate how aquatic environments affect the health of Europe’s population. Read the full article https://bluehealth2020.eu/news/bluehealth-makes-splash/ Dr…
This is a collaborative fuel poverty project between the University of Exeter Medical School (European Centre for Environment and Human Health), Public Health Devon, Public Health Cornwall, the NEW Devon Clinical Commissioning Group and the Energy Saving Trust which has been funded by the EAGA charitable trust. This is a novel study in which we…
Physical activity in natural environments, or ‘green exercise’, could provide health benefits of £2.2 billion a year.
A systematic review published this week has painted an inconclusive picture of the wellbeing benefits of school gardening projects.
The MEDMI project has launched a new website to showcase its big data research.
An exciting research initiative culminates at the Eden Project this week, with the opening of a new garden installation from Artist James Eddy.
Latest oceans and human health research published in special edition of the Journal of the Marine Biological Association.
The Centre’s specialists in eHealth and eWellbeing presented to the House of Lords last week, at the Rural Health Network’s 2016 conference.
Blue Health is a €6 million research project that will shed light on how coasts and rivers affect the health of populations across Europe.