02 Welcome & Introduction
03 Article 1 – Health by Stealth:
How planners and communities hold the key to an active population Georgina Smith gives an NHS perspective on how planners and communities can plan for an active population.
05 Article 2 – Woods for Health Kevin Lafferty shares his thoughts on how the Forestry Commission is seeking to capture the multiple benefits of woodland by using it as a tool to tackle public health issues.
08 Article 3 – Branching Out Training and Accreditation; helping environmental organisations work with mental health services Kirsty Cathrine provides details of how the Forestry Commission’s Branching Out project has grown from its original Glasgow base to across Scotland.
10 Article 4 – Green Exercise: A good investment in your health and wellbeing? Carly Wood and Jo Barton give us an in depth view from an academic perspective on the role of green exercise on public health outcomes.
13 Article 5 – Is Walking for Health, Working for Health? Tim Fitches gives us a light-hearted retrospective of how the Walking for Health project tracked its success in helping people lead more active lives.
16 Article 6 – The Ramblers’ Get Walking Keep Walking project: Getting inactive people walking Des de Moor shows how Ramblers has used walking as a mechanism to deliver targeted health benefits to inactive communities through its Get Walking Keep Walking project.
19 Article 7 – Greenspace Design for Health and Wellbeing Aileen Shackell shares practical examples of how outdoor spaces can be designed to enhance health benefits which can complement traditional medical intervention.
22 Article 8 – The Green Exercise Programme Evaluation Hazel Hynds and Jennifer Parsons analyse how Natural England’s Green Exercise project is able to capture how 18,000 people access their local green spaces.
25 CRN 2012 Seminar
29 Member Profile – Sport and Recreation Alliance