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Introducing the Propensity to Cycle Tool and explaining the new health impact calculation methods

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  • UserDr Anna Goodman, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and Dr Rachel Aldred, University of Westminster, London.
  • ClockWednesday 01 April 2020, 11:00-12:00
  • HouseOnline.

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This seminar will be broadcast live online, join the Zoom meeting at:

Meeting ID: 984 440 288

About Dr Goodman

Anna has an epidemiology background and specialises in the field of sustainable transport, with a particular focus on promoting walking and cycling. One of her key research interests is the potential to use primary, secondary or register-based data to evaluate population-level transport interventions, including through natural experimental designs. She also collaborates with CEDAR on various projects in modelling the health and environmental impacts of different transport scenarios.

About Dr Aldred

Rachel is Director of the Active Travel Academy and Reader in Transport at the University of Westminster. Rachel has ten years’ experience of researching active travel, and has made contributions to the field in areas including conceptualising and calculating active travel potential, developing methods for evaluation research, near miss studies, applying epidemiological methods to active travel injury risk, and exploring cultures of active travel, including processes of stigmatisation and marginalisation. She has published more than 25 peer-reviewed papers in these areas, and was in 2016 awarded the ESRC Prize for Outstanding Impact in Public Policy.

This talk is part of the MRC Epidemiology and CEDAR Seminars series.

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