Researcher coffee catch-up: Do extreme temperatures impact mental health?
8 March 2024 11-12.00pm
About the event
Heatwaves are becoming increasingly common around the world, including in the UK, and are linked to increased psychiatric hospital admissions and suicides.
During this coffee catch-up Dr Joanne Newbury will talk about her work on improving our understanding of the relationship between temperature extremes (e.g., heatwaves) and mental health, including identifying mechanisms and protective/risk factors.
Join People in Health West of England (PHWE) for this researcher coffee catch-up, ask questions, give feedback and engage with research projects happening in your local area.
Dr Joanne Newbury is a research fellow based in Bristol Medical School, with a background in psychology, anthropology, and epidemiology.
Her research investigates the role of city living, neighbourhood conditions, and air pollution in mental health problems.
Looking forward, she is interested in understanding the impact of climate change on mental health.
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To join PHWE’s researcher coffee morning use the Zoom link below.