The natural outdoors and health: assessing the value and potential contribution of secondary public data sets in the UK to current and future knowledge.

@article{Park2011TheNO,
  title={The natural outdoors and health: assessing the value and potential contribution of secondary public data sets in the UK to current and future knowledge.},
  author={Jung Jin Park and Liz O'Brien and Jenny Roe and Catharine Ward Thompson and Richard Mitchell},
  journal={Health & place},
  year={2011},
  volume={17 1},
  pages={269-79}
}
UK policy interest in the health effects of the outdoors has grown rapidly in recent years. In parallel, the research community's effort to strengthen the evidence base for the relationships between the outdoors and health has also increased. However, little has been done to explore quantitative secondary public data sets conducted by government departments and agencies to improve the evidence base on understanding such links. This paper aims to provide an overview of potentially valuable… CONTINUE READING

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