Interdisciplinary research

The Centre's academics incorporate qualitative and quantitative research methods in a truly interdisciplinary fashion; connecting science, the arts and the humanities to improve understanding of the health risks and opportunities presented by the environment.

Community and Social Inequalities

The PAW-Force Trial

This PhD project aims to promote physical activity, healthy eating and improved sleep for police officers and staff.

Community and Social Inequalities

Active travel study

This project pools five qualitative datasets that have explored experiences of ‘travel’ across the UK.

Community and Social Inequalities

Smartline

Smartline is a multi-partner research project looking at how technology can be used to help us live healthier and happier lives.

Community and Social Inequalities

The Inclusivity Project

An innovation project aiming to increase diversity, wellbeing and prosperity within small, Cornish businesses.

Community and Social Inequalities

Making environmental and health equal, diverse, and inclusive: Reflections from a Centre of Environment and Human Health (REACH)

The UK Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) funded the Reflections from a Centre of Environment and Human Health (REACH) project which focused on understanding aspects of institutional whiteness and processes and…

Community and Social Inequalities

Monitoring Ménière’s Disease

In this business-research collaboration, the project team have developed a mobile app to investigate factors that influence the severity of the symptoms of Ménière’s Disease.

Community and Social Inequalities

Meaningful occupation for people with dementia

What does 'meaningful occupation' mean for people with dementia residing in care homes?