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Khan, Matluba, McGeown, Sarah and Bell, Simon 2020. Can an outdoor learning environment improve children's academic attainment? A quasi-experimental mixed methods study in Bangladesh. Environment and Behavior 52 (10) , pp. 1079-1104. 10.1177/0013916519860868
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Khan, Matluba, Bell, Simon and Wood, Jenny, eds. 2020. Place, pedagogy and play: participation, design and research with children. Routledge.

Khan, Matluba 2020. Children's engagement in design: reflections from research and practice. In: Karim, Farhan ed. The Routledge Companion to Architecture and Social Engagement, Routledge, pp. 186-200.

Bell, Ruth, Khan, Matluba, Lillefjell, Monica, Sarheim Anthun, Kirsti, Maass, Ruca Elisa Katrin, Hope, Siren, Espenes, Geir Arild, Fredrich, Bettina, Friberg, Marita, Merritt, Anne-Sophie, de Jalón, Silvestre García, Chiabai, Aline, Kruize, Hanneke, Staatsen, Brigit, van der Vliet, Nina, Craveiro, Daniela, Marques, Sibila, Marreiros, Ana, Lopo, Eunice, Peixeiro, Filomena, Spelt, Hanne, Tsiampalis, Thomas, Kouvari, Matina, Karnaki, Pania, Petralias, Athanassios, Westerink, Joyce, Linos, Athena, Máca, Vojtěch, Zvěřinová, Iva, Ščasný, Milan, Bélorgey, Nathalie, Weyers, Simone and Kreffte, Katharina 2020. Quantitative and qualitative evaluations of impacts and benefits of nine INHERIT case studies. Brussels: EuroHealthNet. Available at: https://www.inherit.eu/quantitative-and-qualitativ...
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Khan, Matluba, Bell, Simon, McGeown, Sarah and Silveirinha de Oliveira, Eva 2020. Designing an outdoor learning environment for and with a primary school community: A case study in Bangladesh. Landscape Research 45 (1) , pp. 95-110. 10.1080/01426397.2019.1569217
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Anthun, Kirsti S., Maass, Ruca Elisa Katrin, Hope, Siren, Espnes, Geir Arild, Bell, Ruth, Khan, Matluba and Lillefjell, Monica 2019. Addressing inequity: evaluation of an intervention to improve accessibility and quality of a green space. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 16 (24) , 5015. 10.3390/ijerph16245015
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Craveiro, Daniela, Marques, Sibila, Marreiros, Ana, Bell, Ruth, Khan, Matluba, Godinho, Cristina, Quiroga, Sonia and Suarez, Cristina 2019. Equity, health, and sustainability with PROVE: the evaluation of a Portuguese program for a short distance supply chain of fruits and vegetables. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 16 (24) , 5083. 10.3390/ijerph16245083
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Khan, Matluba and Bell, Ruth 2019. What are children's environmental concerns? What can be done to foster children's pro-environmental behaviour? Presented at: Towards the Child Friendly City Children's rights in the built environment International conference of the European Network for Child Friendly Cities, Bristol, UK, 27-29 November 2019.

Khan, Matluba 2019. Displaced children's experiences of places What do we know about Rohingya refugee children's state of play in refugee camps in Bangladesh? Presented at: Towards the Child Friendly City Children's rights in the built environment International conference of the European Network for Child Friendly Cities, Bristol, UK, 27-29 November 2019.

Khan, Matluba 2019. What worked? Evaluation of children's environments. Presented at: Towards the Child Friendly City Children's rights in the built environment International conference of the European Network for Child Friendly Cities, Bristol, UK, 27-29 November 2019.

Kruize, Hanneke, van der Vilet, Nina, Staatsen, Brigit, Bell, Ruth, Chiabai, Aline, Muinos, Gabriel, Higgins, Sahran, Quiroga, Sonia, Martinez Juarez, Pablo, Aberg Yngwe, Monica, Tsichlas, Fotis, Karnaki, Pania, Lima, Maria Luisa, Garcia de Jalon, Silvestre, Khan, Matluba, Morris, George and Stegeman, Ingrid 2019. Urban green space: Creating a triple win for environmental sustainability, health, and health equity through behavior change. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 16 (22) , 4403. 10.3390/ijerph16224403
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Bell, Ruth, Khan, Matluba, Romeo-Velilla, Maria, Stegeman, Ingrid, Godfrey, Alba, Taylor, Timothy, Morris, George, Staatsen, Brigit, van der Vilet, Nina, Kruize, Hanneke, Sarheim Anthun, Kirsti, Lillefjell, Monica, Espnes, Geir Arild, Chiabai, Aline, Garcia de Jalon, Silvestre, Quiroga, Sonia, Martinez-Juarwz, Pablo, Maca, Vojtech, Zverinova, Iva, Scasny, Milan, Marques, Sibila, Craveiro, Daniela, Westerink, Joyce, Spelt, Hannes, Karnaki, Pania, Strube, Rosa, Merritt, Anne-Sophie, Friberg, Marita, Belorgey, Nathalie, Vos, Marjolijn, Gjorgjev, Dragan, Upelniece, Inese and Costongs, Caroline 2019. Ten lessons for good practice for the INHERIT triple win: health, equity, and environmental sustainability. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 16 (22) , 4546. 10.3390/ijerph16224546
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Khan, Matluba and Bell, R 2019. Effects of a school based intervention on children's physical activity and healthy eating: a mixed-methods study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 16 (22) , 4320. 10.3390/ijerph16224320
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Khan, Matluba, McGeown, Sarah P. and Islam, Mohammed Zakiul 2019. “There is no better way to study science than to collect and analyse data in your own yard”: outdoor classrooms and primary school children in Bangladesh. Children's Geographies 17 (2) , pp. 217-230. 10.1080/14733285.2018.1490007
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Khan, Matluba 2017. How to grow a playspace: development and design [Book Review]. Landscape Research 43 (1) , pp. 180-181. 10.1080/01426397.2018.1415251

Khan, Matluba, Bell, Simon, de Oliveira, Eva Silveirinha and McGeown, Sarah 2016. Can outdoor environment improve children's motivation to learn? Presented at: EDRA 47 Raleigh: Innovation: Shifting Grounds, Raleigh, NC, USA, 18-21 May 2016.

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