Hosted by: Salus Global
Date: Monday 16 - Tuesday 17 October 2023
Time: 08:00 - 17:45
Location: Royal College of Physicians, The Spine, Paddington Village, Liverpool
The AoU is happy to partner with Salus once again, for the 7th Healthy City Design 2023 International Congress, taking place in Liverpool, the birthplace of public health and one of the UK’s most creative cities.
With the support of leading UK and international partners, and the engagement of the Metro Mayor, Steve Rotheram and Liverpool City Council, Healthy City Design 2023 comes to Liverpool at an exciting time for the city.
As governments and societies grapples with the tensions between investing in a greener future and a cost of living crisis, this year’s theme will explore how urban leaders, planners and public health practitioners can activate measures that improve the lives of citizens and reduce health inequalities while addressing the wider impacts of planetary health.
From the provision of green-blue spaces, nature-based interventions and better designed housing to the application of digital technology, the rise of electric vehicles and more inclusive placemaking and community engagement, there are new drivers to reimagine the urban form of cities that are climate-resilient, healthier and more equitable.
Michele Grant, AoU Vice-Chair, will be chairing the Citizen Participation and Social Capital session on Monday 16 October, and the AoU is hosting the Healthy Urbanism panel on Tuesday 17 October with contributors Heather Claridge, Michele Grant, Philip Jackson, Harry Knibb, and Graham Marshall.
Keynote speakers include:
- Sir Michael Marmot – Professor / Director, Institute of Health Equity (UCL Department of Epidemiology & Public Health)
- Dr Nathalie Laure Roebbel – Urban Health Unit Head, World Health Organization
- Kieron Boyle - Chief Executive, Impact Investing Institute, UK
- Prof Ricky Burdett – Director, LSE Cities
Explore the full programme here.