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WellbeingUCL Survey

September 2011

Wellbeing UCL
To coincide with the Fresher's Fayre in late September 2011 Professor Philip Treleaven, and his team within UCL Computer Science  (with support from GCHW), ran the Wellbeing UCL Survey. 

The project was an innovative proof of concept pilot research survey, which will form part of a larger scale national wellbeing survey. The survey collected accurate body measurements using the latest and most exciting technology, such as an advanced 3D body scanner and an automatic body composition monitor, housed in a mobile measuring unit, based at South Junction on the UCL Campus.  

A dedicated website collected  anthropometrics, physiology, lifestyle and socio-economic data, the aim being the identification of lifestyle 'drivers' that improve wellbeing.

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