Have your say on which environmental health hazards you want to hear about from researchers at the MRC Centre for Environment and Health at Imperial College London and King's College London.
Environmental hazards such as air pollution, radiation, or chemical agents, can have negative effects on peoples' health. We know that improving air quality in London for example is a top priority of the local government, but we don't know what the top priorities are of the general public.
At the MRC Centre for Environment and Health, we have an ambition to increase the quantity and quality of public involvement in our work. So to start this off, we invite you to tell us, and others, which environmental health hazards most concern you.
This opportunity is open to all, and we encourage you to share with others you know to help us reach a wide audience.
Through a series of polls, we would like you to vote on:
Simply make your vote via the polls below, and if you have any other comments, please write them in the discussion box at the bottom or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
By taking part in these polls, you will help us better understand the views of the public. This will help inform future topics and content that we share, as well as the activities we hope to plan.
Imperial College London is also looking to establish a public advisory network to support its current and future research on environmental health hazards. If you are interested in this research and would like to play a more involved part in shaping how we communicate our work, plan our activities and engage the public, then please click the button in the top right corner 'I want to join the public advisory network'.
N.B. please select your first choice here, but feel free to make a note of all the ways that you would be happy to be kept informed, either in the Discussion section below or by emailing email@example.com
Our research at the MRC Centre for Environment and Health studies the health effects of pollutants and other potential environmental hazards that people are commonly exposed to, such as air and noise pollution and radiation (including from wireless communication devices).
We provide high quality scientific evidence that supports government and regulatory agencies to develop policies to reduce risk and improve public health.
The Centre is a partnership between Imperial College London and King’s College London, funded by the Medical Research Council. For more information on the Centre’s activities see www.environment-health.ac.uk/
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Opportunity photo credit
David Holt – The Square Mile Air Pollution 57 High (CC BY 2.0)