Study presents evidence of the impact of people's housing on their health and wellbeing

  • Costa Santos, Sandra
  • Heba Sarhan
  • Rosie Parnell
  • Emily PattinsonNewcastle University
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  • Alkistis PitsikaliNewcastle University
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  • Husam Abo KanonNewcastle University

Press/Media: Research

Description

The At Home with Children team present the preliminary findings of the study exploring the link between people's homes and their psychological health and wellbeing at a Stakeholder Event. 

Period17 Feb 2022

Media coverage

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Media coverage

  • TitleStudy presents evidence of the impact of people's housing on their health and wellbeing
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletThe British Psychological Society
    Media typeWeb
    Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
    Date17/02/22
    DescriptionThe At Home with Children research team presented preliminary findings of a national survey and family interviews. These findings show that 24 percent of the 1246 families who completed the online questionnaire were dissatisfied with their home's ability to meet their household's needs. The study aims to provide an evidence-based framework which will be used to evaluate current domestic standards for new housing in the UK.
    URLhttps://www.bps.org.uk/news/study-presents-evidence-impact-peoples-housing-their-health-and-wellbeing
    PersonsSandra Costa Santos, Heba Sarhan, Rosie Parnell, Emily Pattinson, Alkistis Pitsikali, Husam Abo Kanon

Keywords

  • housing
  • children and families
  • well-being