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‘Rethinking Healthy Places: Combining Environment and Person-centred Approaches to Support Health and Wellbeing’ - Dr Stephanie Wilkie

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Stephanie Wilkie is an environmental psychologist with expertise in the impact of built and natural environments on wellbeing. She regularly works in collaboration with researchers in psychology, public health, and urban design.M
After obtaining her PhD in 2001 from Indiana University (USA), she worked in a research and development non-profit organisation on large-scale survey research programmes. She joined the University of Sunderland School of Psychology in 2004. Stephanie’s Associate Professorial Lecture will focus on theoretical insights from Environmental Psychology relevant to understanding the link between persons, place, and their health and wellbeing, as well as how the integration of environmental influences is important to broader national and international policy targets to improve population health.

Associate Professorial Lectures are an opportunity for Associate Professors to showcase their current research and/or learning and teaching.

 

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