Of course, we also offer English as well as bilingual offers as urban health is not a German topic, but concerns cities all around the world.
The Place Standard Tool
Exploring Places with the Place Standard Tool The Place Standard Tool (PST) provides a set of questions to explore social and environmental dimensions of place from a health perspective. The PST is to foster [...]
Co-Creation Approach for Healthy Cities
Co-Creation Approach for Healthy and Sustainable Neighbourhoods: The Example of Nature-Based Solutions Urban green spaces are necessary for developing healthy and sustainable cities. Benefits of Nature-based solutions (NbS) that increase the amount and [...]
Physical Activity and Photo Voice
Exploring Physical Activity in Open Space with Photo-Voice Physical activity in open space is on the agenda of health promotion and prevention. WHO promotes in its corresponding Global Action Plan activity in everyday life [...]
The Urban Health digiSpace is a digital space in which you participate in a variety of learning opportunities on the topic of Urban Health in the Ruhr region. The individual learning opportunities are free of charge.
Openly accessible information: A variety of experts presents their knowledge on the transdisciplinary topic of Urban Health on the website. The E-learning formats offer open access to information so that you can broaden your knowledge, even if you did not directly participate in the Urban Health digiSpace. Of course, the website will remain online in the future!
The Urban Health digiSpace is open to anyone interested in the topic of Urban Health. It does not matter if you are already an expert in the topic or if you are hearing about „Urban Health“ for the first time. All perspectives and opinions are needed to advance the quality of life in metropolitan areas.
- Students of all disciplines
- learn new methods
- discover new perspectives
- gain insights into the labour market
- Experts in the field of Urban Health
- build up/expand networks
- exchange of experience
- Benefit from the latest scientific findings
- Exchange of experience & feedback
- Representatives of diverse communities and interested city dwellers
- actively contribute ideas
- Report first-hand directly from the neighbourhood