Oxford Leadership Programme- Global Challenges in Transport: Health, Well-Being and Urban Mobility

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08/12/2014
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11/12/2014
Oxford
  • United Kingdom

About: 

The Health, Wellbeing and Urban Mobility course concentrates on the relationships between urban form and design, mobility practices, and physical and mental well-being. Lectures will address the historical links between urbanism and health, providing a broader context against which to discuss the public health benefits and disbenefits of modern cities at a range of spatial scales and in a range of geographical contexts.Particular emphases will be placed on the potential contribution of walking and cycling to healthy cities, trends in car dependency, pollution and obesity, and associated processes of health evaluation

The University of Oxford's innovative short-course programme in sustainable transport - Global Challenges in Transport is designed to provide the 'rising stars' and leaders of tomorrow with the necessary knowledge, skills and expertise, supported by the latest research evidence to address the complexity of issues associated with making transport sustainable.

 

"Health, Well-Being and Urban Mobility" course is run by the University's world-renowned Transport Studies Unit (TSU) in collaboration with UITP as knowledge partner of the programme.

UITP members will have extra 15% discount on registration fee, see the Registration page .
 

 

For more detailed information visit the website
 

Objectives

  • Provide a focus on the relationships between urban form and design, mobility practices and physical and mental well-being.
  • Explore public health in modern cities in relation to different spatial scales and geographical contexts.
  • Address the potential contribution of walking and cycling to healthy cities, trends in car dependency, pollution and obesity, and associated processes of health evaluation. 

Target Audience

  • Mid-career professionals
  • Unit directors
  • Academics (including PhDs)
  • NGO
  • Policy and decision makers
  • Practitioners

Methodology

  • Mixture of interactive lectures and workshops
  • Group and team learning
  • Practical and applied evidence and research
  • Q&A sessions as well as informal discussions
  • Networking opportunities and social activities

Speakers: 

Guest lectures by world-renowned thinkers and major players in the sector including a mixture of high profile academics, industry professionals, policymakers and practitioners.

  • Dr David Ogilvie, University of Cambridge
  • Dr Adrian Davis , University of the West of England
  • Dr Harry Rutter, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
  • Dr Jennie Middleton, University of Oxford
  • Dr Lesley Murray, University of Brighton
  • Dr Lynne Mitchell, University of Warwick
  • Mohamed Mezghani, Deputy Secretary General, UITP
  • Kaan Yildizgoz, Head of Training, UITP

 

Registration: 

New special discount for UITP Members!
 

Participant fees amount to:

  • UITP Members £1,500
  • Non-member £3,500

All VAT included

Fees include:

  • Programme registration
  • 3 nights en-suite accommodation at Kellogg College, Oxford University
  • All meals and refreshments for 4 days - includes a " Formal Networking Dinner"
  • All materials
  • Training instruction - 21 hours contact
  • 24 hours CPD
  • Invitations to TSU's public events and seminars

Limited to 25 participants to maximise the learning experience and interaction during the programme. Places allocated on a first-come, first served basis

Registration:

Click here to register online
 

Contact:

Kaan Yildizgoz, Head of UITP Training Programmes, kaan.yildizgoz(at)uitp.org
 

Speakers: 

Guest lectures by world-renowned thinkers and major players in the sector including a mixture of high profile academics, industry professionals, policymakers and practitioners.

  • Dr David Ogilvie, University of Cambridge
  • Dr Adrian Davis , University of the West of England
  • Dr Harry Rutter, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
  • Dr Jennie Middleton, University of Oxford
  • Dr Lesley Murray, University of Brighton
  • Dr Lynne Mitchell, University of Warwick
  • Mohamed Mezghani, Deputy Secretary General, UITP
  • Kaan Yildizgoz, Head of Training, UITP

 

Partners: 

"Health, Well-Being and Urban Mobility" course is run by the University's world-renowned Transport Studies Unit (TSU) in collaboration with UITP as knowledge partner of the programme.

  

 

 

 

 

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