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Latest Publications and Presentations

Complete list of latest publications and presentations (published in the last year), with the most recent at the top.
The Digital Divide: what does the research tell us?
Gemma Burgess presented some of CCHPR's research findings as part of the Cambridge Digital Partnership's online conference on 19 October 2020.
Small-scale modular housing could provide a lifeline for people experiencing homelessness
CCHPR researchers have teamed up with colleagues at the Max Planck Cambridge Centre for Ethics Economy and Social Change in this article for The Conversation.
New Horizons: Long term impact of coaching & the wider context of structural poverty
Hannah Holmes and Gemma Burgess 's report for New Horizons looks at the longer term impact of the project.
Urban informality in the Global North: (il)legal status and housing strategies of Ghanaian migrants in New York City
A journal paper co-authored by Sabina Maslova and Gemma Burgess has been published online by the International Journal of Housing Policy.
Beyond the pandemic: tackle the digital divide
The crisis is forcing us all to change direction, to rethink what we do and how we do it. In this series, the University of Cambridge asks the question: beyond the pandemic, where should we go from here?
Flourishing Systems
The Cambridge Centre for Digital Built Britain have published a white paper: 'Flourishing systems: re-envisioning infrastructure as a platform for human flourishing'.
Unpicking the downsizing discourse
A paper by Gemma Burgess and Valentine Quinio has been published online by the journal Housing Studies. Unpicking the downsizing discourse: understanding the housing moves made by older people in England discusses the nuances of the resiidential moves made by over 55s in England.
Community Exchange and Time Currencies: A systematic and in-depth thematic review of impact on public health outcomes
A paper by Caroline Lee, Gemma Burgess, Isla Kuhn, Andy Cowan and Louise Lafortune has been published in the journal Public Health.
ARCOM Conference Paper : OSM & Construction Industry Transformation
The paper 'Offsite manufacturing and construction industry transformation: a multi-level socio-technical transitions perspective' has been published in the Proceedings of the 36th Annual ARCOM Conference.
Tackling the housing crisis through digital technologies and OSM
Our policy paper for the Bennett Institute of Public Policy at the University of Cambridge forms part of the series 'An Industrial Strategy for Tomorrow'.

Living on the edge

Gemma Burgess and Lynne McAulay talk about the evaluation of the New Horizons project

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How can we make sure that digital innovations in care work for older people?

Nov 11, 2020

Our research for the Dunhill Medical Trust is investigating the landscape of technology available to support older people, who is buying it, and what they want from it.

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