Film: Bikes vs Cars
A documentary by Fredrik Gertten
6pm – 7.30pm
Wed 9 December
LSHTM, Keppel Street, WC1E 7HT
More info about the film at: www.bikes-vs-cars.com
25 November 2015 Where we live and where we crash: Exploring the risks posed to communities and on the road network. Richard Owen, Road Safety Analysis Limited. SLIDES FROM THIS SEMINAR ARE HERE
2 November 2015 The PASTA project (Physical Activity Through Sustainable Transport Approaches). Esther Anaya, Juan Pablo Orjuela, and Audrey de Nazelle, Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London. SLIDES FROM THIS SEMINAR ARE HERE
21 October 2015 New transport infrastructure as a public health intervention: challenges and opportunities in evaluation and evidence synthesis. Jenna Panter, University of Cambridge. SLIDES FROM THIS SEMINAR ARE HERE
25th June 2015 Who has the right to the city? The dispute for the city in the context of urban mobility and its health consequences in São Paulo, Brazil. Thiago Hérick de Sá, University of São Paulo.
28th April 2015 Velo-mobility and an ageing society: the UK cycle BOOM study. Tim Jones and Ben Spencer, Oxford Brookes University. LISTEN TO THIS SEMINAR
24 March 2015 The Bespoke study: An observational study of pedal cycle related trauma in the Royal London Hospital. Jamila Kassam, Fiona Bennin, Manoj Ramachandran, Barts Health. LISTEN TO THIS SEMINAR
10 March 2015 Run-commuting: towards understanding an emergent mobility Simon Cook, Royal Holloway, University of London. LISTEN TO THIS SEMINAR
10 February 2015 Health impacts of growing motor vehicle use in India. Christopher Millett, Imperial College London. LISTEN TO THIS SEMINAR
1 December 2014 Perceptions of safety stuff: a re-analysis of qualitative interview data from three English studies Rachel Aldred, University of Westminster LISTEN TO THIS SEMINAR
18th November 2014 Other people’s shoes: how can health influence transport? Harry Rutter, LSHTM LISTEN TO THIS SEMINAR
4th November 2014 Older drivers: Mobility, safety and health Jennie Connor, University of Otago.
21 October 2014: Explaining ethnic differences in child pedestrian injury in London: a pre-viva seminar. Rebecca Steinbach, LSHTM LISTEN TO THIS SEMINAR
8 October 2014: Does it matter if we call the bus the ‘loser cruiser’?: how stereotypes influence everyday transport practices. Helen Fitt, University of Canterbury, New Zealand. LISTEN TO THIS SEMINAR
18 March 2014: Cycle commuting in England: an agent based model of changing practices. James Woodcock and Ali Abbas, University of Cambridge, Zaid Chalabi, LSHTM
12 February 2014: Havana: planning an urban transport revolution. Emily Morris, University College London
14 January 2014: Discovering bike share cycle behaviours through interactive visual analysis. Or why pictures are a necessary part of big data analytics. Jo Wood and Roger Beecham, City University
10 December 2013: Practical linkages between transport and health: Market segmentation, Personalised Travel Planning and cycle loan schemes. Amanda Holden, Transport Planner, London Borough of Hackney
19th November 2013: Active commuting and cardiovascular disease risk in the UK Household Longitudinal Study. Anthony Laverty, Imperial College London, and Ellen Flint, LSHTM
18th June 2013: 20’s coming – and faster than you think! Rod King, 20’s Plenty for Us
11 June 2013: Intervening in the trip to work: A system dynamics approach to cycling and public health. Alex Macmillan,Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, UCL and the School of Population Health, University of Auckland.
29 May 2013: Is there a causal relationship between the built environment and health? Professor Billie Giles-Corti, Melbourne University School of Population Health, McCaughey VicHealth Centre for Community Wellbeing.
16 April 2013: Cycling and health: five myths. Alistair Woodward, Professor of Epidemiology, School of Population Health, University of Auckland