Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford
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This 4 days residential course provides transport decision-makers with the necessary skills and expertise to address the complex challenges of sustainable transport futures.
The course is run by the Transport Studies Unit at the University of Oxford, a world leading centre for research on transport and mobility developments.
You will be able to learn from and connect with worldleading experts in the field and explore a range of approaches to thinking about the links between health outcomes in a range of contexts and transport and mobility issues.
Increasingly, concerns about health outcomes in a range of contexts are linked to transport and mobility issues.
This 4 days residential 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.
During the course participants are encouraged to take an active part in the sessions, which emphasise small-group teaching, critical thinking, and debate. You will be able to draw on expertise from different sectors and disciplines to develop new insights into the challenges you encounter in your day-to-day professional practice.
The course programme includes the following sessions:
Introduction to course - Dr Jennie Middleton (University of Oxford)
Well-being and mobility: An introduction - Dr Tim Schwanen (University of Oxford)
Leadership & Sustainability – Finding the Gap - Edward Kellow (Kellow Learning)
Active travel -Dr Jennie Middleton (University of Oxford)
Building the case for the integration of health in transport decision-making - Dr Audrey de Nazelle (imperial College London)
Practical: Exploring the new WHO Health Economic Assessment Tool 4.0 for walking and cycling - Dr Christian Brand (University of Oxford)
Heath, Wellbeing and Travel to School in New Zealand - Dr Debbie Hopkins (University of Oxford)
Developing Socially Inclusive Mobility Systems in the Global North and South - Professor Karen Lucas (University of Leeds)
Livelihoods in motion: age-related mobility, transport and livelihoods in the urban global South - Dr James Esson (Loughborough University)
Road safety in the real world: putting research into practice - Dr Margaret Peden (The George Institute for Global Health)
Public health and transport collaboration: the Bristol Model - Dr Adrian Davis (UWE Bristol)
The couse also includes a Welcome Lunch, a Networking Dinner, a Formal End of the Programme dinner, a Policy packaging exercise, and a Problem Solving Workshop.
Who is this course for?
The course is part of the Global Challenges in Transport, Oxford Leadership Programme programme. Our courses attract both early-career and senior professionals, as well as academic researchers. The expertise of our speakers spans both developed and developing countries, and research as well as practice.
Previous experience in the field of transport studies/planning or public health is required.
This is a professional development course particularly targeted to those professional looking to extend their expertise and revolutionise the way they think about the global challenges facing the transport sector.
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