How to get involved
The GroundsWell Consortium are always keen to collaborate, learn and engage. As a large consortium, we are interested in a range of different activities, including community work, complex systems, and looking at data. Find all the ways you can engage with us below.
Become a partner
Partnering with researchers, community organisations and stakeholders across all sectors related to urban green and blue space is at the heart of the GroundsWell mission. Partners attend GroundsWell project meetings and are directly involved in the research and direction of the project. If you are interested in finding out more about partnership opportunities, email us.
- Develop a project
GroundsWell has a series of dedicated funds to improve urban green and blue spaces in Liverpool, Belfast and Edinburgh. Funds are also available to assist the development of urban green and blue space public interventions. If you are interested in developing a project with us, email us to get in touch.
- Become a Citizen Scientist
GroundsWell uses a range of citizen science approaches which aim to involve the public in data collection. Our Outdoors is a free smartphone app that enable anyone to record environmental how they feel in different environments anywhere in the world. Learn more about Our Outdoors and download the app here.
- Give us feedback
GroundsWell is a bottom-up project, we are always looking to hear new ideas, research opportunities and updates in our case study cities. If you have any suggestions for the project or anything you would link to share with us, please fill out our feedback form.
- Sign up to the GroundsWell newsletter
Join the GroundsWell team
Job vacancies for the GroundsWell team can be found below:
There are no current vacancies
Centre for Public Health
Queen's University Belfast
Institute of Clinical Science A
Royal Victoria Hospital
Public Health, Policy & Systems
University of Liverpool
2nd Floor, Block F, Waterhouse Building
1-5 Dover Street
Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research and Policy
University of Edinburgh
5 Forrest Hill
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