Liveability: Health and Well-being in the City
This breakout session will discuss how social research can play a role in analysing the impacts of our built environment on people's health and well-being. The speakers will share conceptual frameworks that illustrate the relationships between environmental factors, health determinants and health outcomes. In addition, the session will explore case studies on inclusive designs and longitudinal studies on neighbourhood land uses using health measures. In doing so, it brings together multi-disciplinary viewpoints on the relationship between the built environment and our health, as well as how it intersects with the role of planning.
Date: 4 October, Wednesday
Time: 3.30pm – 5.30pm
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