Focusing on the role of place in understanding health and wellbeing
Bernadine is a Senior Lecturer in Geography. She has an Undergraduate and Master degree in Geography from the University of Malta and a PhD in Health Geography from Durham University. Her main area of interest explores how important place (natural and built) is for human health and wellbeing. Her empirical interests include: social determinants of health, health inequalities, children’s geographies, therapeutic landscapes and socio-cultural environments. She presented some of her works at several international universities and her work has been published in various books and periodicals.