Survey Request: Need for a Responsive Expert Evidence Service

With colleagues from the University of the West of England Dr Adrian Davies, Visiting Professor and Public Health Support to Bristol City Transport, undertaking a scoping study as to the viability of a Responsive Expert Evidence Service addressing healthier places.

The idea of a Responsive Service is that practitioners working on issues addressing the built and natural environment would be able to register a specific question about the evidence of health impacts of particular urban planning issues and receive a fully evidenced response within a set time period. Such a Service could build up a stock of answers which could be made available to professionals working on aspects of the built and natural environment.

The study is being funded by Public Health England.

We would therefore like to know what the potential target audience of professionals think of the idea, its viability, and in what format any service might work best. The survey would take about 5 minutes to complete with just eleven questions, and we would appreciate your views.

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