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Geographies of Health and Wellbeing (GoHWell)

Selected Grants

GoHWell Joint Grants

Grants between two or more members of GoHWell

  • Bambra, Riva, Curtis. Winners and losers in contrasting labour markets? Socio-economic and spatial inequalities in the population health effects of economic recession and economic growth (£138000 from the BUPA Charitable Foundation, 2010 - 2012)
  • Bambra, Joyce. Cochrane systematic review of the health and wellbeing effects of flexible working conditions (£5000 from the Department of Health, 2009)
  • Searle, Smith, Curtis. Pathways of Housing Wealth and Well-being: precipitants and consequences of mortgage equity withdrawal in BHPS and HILDA (£82,000 from ESRC/ARC 2006 - 2009)

IHRR and GoHWell Joint Grants

Grants between GoHWell members and colleagues in IHRR

  • Bambra. Regneration Of Brownfield Using Sustainable Technologies ROBUST (£1 million from EPSRC, 2009 - 2014)
  • Curtis, Dunn, Riva. Built Infrastructure for Older People in Conditions of Climate Change (BIOPICCC) (£713,000 from EPSRC, 2009 - 2012)

Wolfson and GoHWell Joint Grants

Grants between GoHWell members and colleagues in the Wolfson

  • Atkinson. Centre for Medical Humanities (£1.9 million from Wellcome Trust, 2008 - 2013)
  • Atkinson. Durham Partnership in the Research Capacity Building Cluster for Social Enterprise (£1 million from ESRC/OTS 2008 - 2013)
  • Bambra. Evaluating the County Durham Worklessness Scheme (£519,937 from County Durham & Darlington PCT, 2009 - 2012)
  • Colls. A pilot study to examine school-based aspects of the BMI surveillance programme in NE England (£15000 from the North East Public Health Observatory, 2007)
  • Dunn. Optimising research and control of parasitic infections in developing countries through ethnographic exploration of biomedical processes (£16,950, Durham University Seedcorn Funding, March-May 2009)