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Talk: "Greenspaces and mental health: towards health equity and an integration into healthcare systems"

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ICTA-UAB researchers Helen Cole and Margarita Triguero-Mas will take part in the I Global Summit "Science, Nature and Health. Practical Application of Scientific Evidence“ organised by the Diputació de Barcelona and Forest Therapy Hub. It’s a free online seminar, and it will be possible to follow it in English and Spanish with simultaneous translation.


Talk: "Greenspaces and mental health: towards health equity and an integration into healthcare systems"

Speakers: Helen Cole and Margarita Triguero-Mas, ICTA-UAB researchers

Date: Thursday, March 30th 2023
Hora: 13:00 Madrid
Venue: Online. Registration here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_njFHRyRBQTG9w6DFCoamUw

From innovation, health and well-being, the Global Summit is an opportunity to learn about case studies and development of first-person experiences, by the protagonists; science and researchers from multidisciplinary fields provide the scientific basis of nature-based solutions, ans online experiential indoor sessions.

Margarita Triguero Mas and Helen Cole will present the HEurope GreenME project, which they will coordinate together, during the module session “Nature based-therapies: nature-based interventions as a health approach for the next century”.

Margarita Triguero-Mas, environmental scientist, world expert on the health impacts of urban nature and health equity. Research fellow at the Open University of Catalonia (UOC), associated researcher at ISGlobal (Barcelona Institute for Global Health) and the Barcelona Lab for Urban Environmental justice and Sustainability (BCNUEJ part of ICTA-UAB) (Spain).

Helen Cole, Senior Researcher (Banco Santander-TALENT fellow) at the Institute of Environmental Science and Technology (ICTA) at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Deputy Director, researcher at the Barcelona Lab for Urban Environmental Justice and Sustainability. Doctorate in Public Health (City University of New York Graduate Center). MPH in Health Behavior and Health Education (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). GreenMe Project.