18th to 19th July 2011
What was the event?
To further our understanding of well-being as an holistic concept, Birmingham City University, in partnership with the Royal Institute of British Architects, hosted their first international well-being conference.
By bringing together professionals, practitioners and academics, drawn from a wide range of disciplines to present papers, debate and discuss current understanding, practice and theory, the conference considered how individuals could achieve and support high levels of well-being.
Liz O’Brien of Forest Research presented a paper: Using trees and woodlands to improve individual and community well-being: interventions, activities and barriers’
Who was the event suitable for?
Presented papers were cross disciplinary, exploring of the wider notions of well-being in relation to both theory and practice in ways that were relevant to a wide professional or academic audience.
Where did the event take place?
Birmingham City University
Faculty of Health
For all queries contact: Zoe Millman - email zk.Millman@bcu.ac.uk