The open evening for the event will be held on Tuesday 24th April from 5pm to 7pm at the Knowledge Spa, where students and tutors will be available to discuss their work.
Professor Lora Fleming, Director at the Centre said:
“Part of our research is seeking to challenge the boundaries between science and art. The work Truro College’s students have produced provides us with novel insights into how people perceive the environment and their interactions with it. It’s fantastic to be able to work with local partners and build upon the concept of the Truro Health & Wellbeing Campus.”
RCHT Medical Director, Dr Paul Upton, said:
“Studying our environment offers huge potential to not only find out more about its impact on medical conditions but also to help us use our surroundings to improve health and wellbeing. Collaborative projects like this are a great way to raise awareness of the impact we are making, as well as activities we can take part in – often free on our doorsteps – to help us lead healthier lifestyles and reduce our demands on the NHS.”
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