Burnie Brae Seniors Community Centre Walkability and Access Audit: Will the Our Voice Citizen Science Framework Work?
Project Date: 2018 - Present
I see this approach as an interesting way to voice the opinions of the public who use Burnie Brae; I think we should prioritise issues and meet with the local councillor. In the meantime I will meet with the Citizen Scientist Advocates and we can make a ‘can do straight away’ list and a ‘longer term problem’ list.
Keven Rouse, CEO, Burnie Brae
This project seeks to implement and evaluate the Stanford Healthy Neighbourhood Discovery Tool at and in the vicinity of the Burnie Brae Centre amongst a group of community dwelling older adults.
- The University of Queensland
- Burnie Brae Centre
Members of the Burnie Brae Centre who are 65+ years old and English speaking
What built environment features help/hinder activity in/around a district seniors’ centre?
2017-18 UQ Summer Research Program and UQ School of Nursing, Midwifery & Social Work. Scholar: Ms. Abbey Freeman