Evidence Service to support the COVID-19 response
Evidence-based thinking and why it matters.
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The built environment in which we live and work in can have a significant impact on our physical and psychological health
The convenience of walking makes its health benefits achievable for many, while urban design improvements in accessibility increasingly facilitate wheeling
The COVID-19 crisis has raised many people’s awareness of the importance of sharing public space
Pollution, embodied energy, and alternatives to concrete. The post-COVID urban environment, and how we might build ‘healthier’ cities
The 15-minute city can be a guiding light to help us imagine a liveable, healthy, and sustainable post-COVID-19 urban future.
The coronavirus pandemic has imposed lockdowns that have severely limited individuals’ ability to engage many in activities
A case study on income inequality in Saint Lucia. VERDICT The high dependence of Saint Lucia on international tourism
Face coverings, self-surveillance and social conformity in a time of Covid-19: a pilot study of public compliance with municipal rules requiring face masks to be worn in public spaces in Brittany, France.
Multiple studies have highlighted how the pandemic has laid bare and exacerbated social inequalities across countries.
How Passivhaus development can influence the way we live as part of a green post-COVID-19 recovery.
COVID-19 has disrupted many aspects of city living, exposing vulnerabilities to public health, the economy, and in governance.
The expanded use of streets, sidewalks, and parking lots to include gathering and dining should be adopted permanently where practical.
Margaret McCartney, Carl Heneghan Many restaurants, theatres and offices are using infrared thermometers to get the country back to work.
The post-COVID era has generated the driving force to make 15-minute neighbiurhoods a form of planning a rational possibility and plausible strategy.
If we can use the current pandemic as a catalyst to address the longer-term silent killer of climate change, while engendering healthier behaviour in the short term, then we will avoid a knee-jerk reaction, and future-proof our response for the next generation.
Overview of published articles citing the CEBM's Transmission Dynamics work
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