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Robynne Sutcliffe


Dr. rer. medic

Researcher

 

+49 (0) 201/ 723 77- 291

robynne.sutcliffe(at)uk-essen.de

Career


2018

Promotion to Dr. rer. medic., Faculty of Medicine, University of Duisburg-Essen

2013

Researcher at the Institute for Urban Public Health (former Centre for urban Epidemiology)

2012

M.Sc. in Public Health (Environmental Health), London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, London, Great Britain

2011

B.Sc. in European Public Health, University of Maastricht, Netherlands

 

 

 

Publications


  • Kartschmit, N., Sutcliffe, R., Sheldon, M. P., Moebus, S., Greiser, K. H., Hartwig, S., . . . Wolf, K. (2020). Walkability and its association with prevalent and incident diabetes among adults in different regions of Germany: results of pooled data from five German cohorts. BMC Endocr Disord, 20(1), 1-9.
  • Sutcliffe, R., Lawrence, B. T., Ahmed, S., Gruehn, D., & Moebus, S. (2020). Acoustic quality and health in urban environments (SALVE) – A pilot study in the metropolitan Ruhr region, Germany. Cities & Health, 1-7.
  • Lawrence, B. T., Ahmed, S., Sutcliffe, R., Poppen, J., Moebus, S., & Gruehn, D. (2019). Widened array of metrics (WAM) approach to characterizing urban sound environments – the example in SALVE. Paper presented at the 23rd International congress of acoustics, Aachen.
  • Moebus, S., Sutcliffe, R., Lawrence, B., Ahmed, S., Haselhoff, T., & Gruehn, D. (2019). Acoustic quality and health in urban environments – The SALVE Project. Paper presented at the 24th International Conference on Urban Planning, Regional Development and Information Society.
  • Poppen, J., Sutcliffe, R., Ahmed, S., Lawrence, B., Gruehn, D., & Moebus, S. (2019). Acoustic quality and health in urban environments – The SALVE Project. Das Gesundheitswesen, 81(08/09), 9B-1.
  • Sutcliffe, R., Lawrence, B. T., Poppen, J., Ahmed, S., Haselhoff, T., Gruehn, D., & Moebus, S. (2019). Acoustic quality and health in urban environments – First methodological experiences of the pilot study SALVE. Paper presented at the 23rd International congress of acoustics, Aachen.
  • Sutcliffe, R. (2018). Small-scale mapping in urban health reporting – The example of the metropolitan Ruhr Area.  
  • Zepp, H., Inostroza, L., Sutcliffe, R., Ahmed, S., & Moebus, S. (2018). Neighbourhood environmental contribution and health. A novel indicator integrating urban form and urban green. Change and Adaptation in Socio-Ecological Systems, 4(1), 46-51.
  • Orban, E., Sutcliffe, R., Dragano, N., Jockel, K. H., & Moebus, S. (2017). Residential surrounding greenness, self-rated health and interrelations with aspects of neighborhood environment and social relations. Journal of Urban Health, 94(2), 158-169. doi:10.1007/s11524-016-0112-3
  • Orban, E., McDonald, K., Sutcliffe, R., Hoffmann, B., Fuks, K. B., Dragano, N., . . . Pundt, N. (2016). Residential road traffic noise and high depressive symptoms after five years of follow-up: results from the Heinz Nixdorf recall study. Environ Health Perspect, 124(5), 578-585.
  • Orban, E., Sutcliffe, R., Ahmed, S., & Moebus, S. (2016). Potenziale der räumlichen Epidemiologie in der Metropole Ruhr. Public Health Forum, 24(4), 281-284.
  • Sutcliffe, R., Orban, E., McDonald, K., & Moebus, S. (2016). The German Energiewende - A matter for health? The European Journal of Public Health, 26(4), 707-712.