Working with the Sensory Trust, this systematic review has synthesised the qualitative research evidence about how older people describe their sensory engagement with the natural world.
This project brings together the University of Exeter, the Eden Project and Artist James Eddy to understand how people experience different environments over their lives.
The Medicinal Futures project is working across the South West to improve our understanding of the ways that young people perceive and use pharmaceuticals.
This systematic review will help us to understand the factors that affect older people’s participation in exercise and physical activity.
The project is hoping to develop theories about how healing might be initiated through placebo effects and how nature can influence this effect.
This project will use quantitative and qualitative research methods to examine the mental health and wellbeing impacts of Ménière’s disease.