Imperial College London

DrAudreyde Nazelle

Faculty of Natural SciencesCentre for Environmental Policy

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Avila-Palencia I, Laeremans M, Hoffmann B, Anaya-Boig E, Carrasco-Turigas G, Cole-Hunter T, de Nazelle A, Dons E, Götschi T, Int Panis L, Orjuela JP, Standaert A, Nieuwenhuijsen MJet al., 2019, Effects of physical activity and air pollution on blood pressure., Environ Res, Vol: 173, Pages: 387-396

AIM: To assess the main and interaction effects of black carbon and physical activity on arterial blood pressure in a healthy adult population from three European cities using objective personal measurements over short-term (hours and days) and long-term exposure. METHODS: A panel study of 122 healthy adults was performed in three European cities (Antwerp, Barcelona, and London). In 3 seasons between March 2015 and March 2016, each participant wore sensors for one week to objectively measure their exposure to black carbon and monitor their physical activity continuously. Blood pressure was assessed three times during the week: at the beginning (day 0), in the middle (day 4), and at the end (day 7). Associations of black carbon and physical activity with blood pressure and their interactions were investigated with linear regression models and multiplicative interaction terms, adjusting for all the potential confounders. RESULTS: In multiple exposure models, we did not see any effects of black carbon on blood pressure but did see effects on systolic blood pressure of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity effect that were statistically significant from 1 h to 8 h after exposure and for long-term exposure. For a 1METhour increase of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity, the difference in the expected mean systolic blood pressure varied from -1.46 mmHg (95%CI -2.11, -0.80) for 1 h mean exposure, to -0.29 mmHg (95%CI -0.55, -0.03) for 8 h mean exposure, and -0.05 mmHg (95%CI -0.09, -0.00) for long-term exposure. There were little to no interaction effects. CONCLUSIONS: Results from this study provide evidence that short-term and long-term exposure to moderate-to-vigorous physical activity is associated with a decrease in systolic blood pressure levels. We did not find evidence for a consistent main effect of black carbon on blood pressure, nor any interaction between black carbon and physical activity levels.

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Gaupp-Berghausen M, Raser E, Anaya-Boig E, Avila-Palencia I, de Nazelle A, Dons E, Franzen H, Gerike R, Götschi T, Iacorossi F, Hössinger R, Nieuwenhuijsen M, Rojas-Rueda D, Sanchez J, Smeds E, Deforth M, Standaert A, Stigell E, Cole-Hunter T, Int Panis Let al., 2019, Evaluation of Different Recruitment Methods: Longitudinal, Web-Based, Pan-European Physical Activity Through Sustainable Transport Approaches (PASTA) Project., J Med Internet Res, Vol: 21

BACKGROUND: Sufficient sample size and minimal sample bias are core requirements for empirical data analyses. Combining opportunistic recruitment with a Web-based survey and data-collection platform yields new benefits over traditional recruitment approaches. OBJECTIVE: This paper aims to report the success of different recruitment methods and obtain data on participants' characteristics, participation behavior, recruitment rates, and representativeness of the sample. METHODS: A longitudinal, Web-based survey was implemented as part of the European PASTA (Physical Activity through Sustainable Transport Approaches) project, between November 2014 and December 2016. During this period, participants were recruited from 7 European cities on a rolling basis. A standardized guide on recruitment strategy was developed for all cities, to reach a sufficient number of adult participants. To make use of the strengths and minimize weakness, a combination of different opportunistic recruitment methods was applied. In addition, the random sampling approach was applied in the city of Örebro. To reduce the attrition rate and improve real-time monitoring, the Web-based platform featured a participant's and a researchers' user interface and dashboard. RESULTS: Overall, 10,691 participants were recruited; most people found out about the survey through their workplace or employer (2300/10691, 21.51%), outreach promotion (2219/10691, 20.76%), and social media (1859/10691, 17.39%). The average number of questionnaires filled in per participant varied significantly between the cities (P<.001), with the highest number in Zurich (11.0, SE 0.33) and the lowest in Örebro (4.8, SE 0.17). Collaboration with local organizations, the use of Facebook and mailing lists, and direct street recruitment were the most effective approaches in reaching a high share of participants (P<.001). Considering the invested working hours, Facebook was one of the most time-efficient methods. Compared

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Avila-Palencia I, Panis LI, Dons E, Gaupp-Berghausen M, Raser E, Gotschi T, Gerike R, Brand C, de Nazelle A, Orjuela JP, Anaya-Boig E, Stigell E, Kahlmeier S, Iacorossi F, Nieuwenhuijsen MJet al., 2018, The effects of transport mode use on self-perceived health, mental health, and social contact measures: A cross-sectional and longitudinal study, ENVIRONMENT INTERNATIONAL, Vol: 120, Pages: 199-206, ISSN: 0160-4120

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Dons E, Rojas-Rueda D, Anaya-Boig E, Avila-Palencia I, Brand C, Cole-Hunter T, de Nazelle A, Eriksson U, Gaupp-Berghausen M, Gerike R, Kahlmeier S, Laeremans M, Mueller N, Nawrot T, Nieuwenhuijsen MJ, Orjuela JP, Racioppi F, Raser E, Standaert A, Panis LI, Goetschi Tet al., 2018, Transport mode choice and body mass index: Cross-sectional and longitudinal evidence from a European-wide study, ENVIRONMENT INTERNATIONAL, Vol: 119, Pages: 109-116, ISSN: 0160-4120

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Laeremans M, Dons E, Avila-Palencia I, Carrasco-Turigas G, Orjuela-Mendoza JP, Anaya-Boig E, Cole-Hunter T, De Nazelle A, Nieuwenhuijsen M, Standaert A, Van Poppel M, De Boever P, Int Panis Let al., 2018, Black Carbon Reduces the Beneficial Effect of Physical Activity on Lung Function, MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE, Vol: 50, Pages: 1875-1881, ISSN: 0195-9131

Introduction When physical activity is promoted in urban outdoor settings (e.g., walking and cycling), individuals are also exposed to FEV<sub xmlns:mrws="http://webservices.ovid.com/mrws/1.0">1</sub>|AIR POLLUTION|ACTIVE MOBILITY. It has been reported that short-term lung function increases as a response to physical activity, but this beneficial effect is hampered when elevated FEV<sub xmlns:mrws="http://webservices.ovid.com/mrws/1.0">1</sub>|AIR POLLUTION|ACTIVE MOBILITY concentrations are observed. Our study assessed the long-term impact of FEV<sub xmlns:mrws="http://webservices.ovid.com/mrws/1.0">1</sub>|AIR POLLUTION|ACTIVE MOBILITY on the pulmonary health benefit of physical activity.Methods Wearable sensors were used to monitor physical activity levels (SenseWear) and exposure to black carbon (microAeth) of 115 healthy adults during 1 wk in three European cities (Antwerp, Barcelona, London). The experiment was repeated in three different seasons to approximate long-term behavior. Spirometry tests were performed at the beginning and end of each measurement week. All results were averaged on a participant level as a proxy for long-term lung function. Mixed effect regression models were used to analyze the long-term impact of physical activity, black carbon and their interaction on lung function parameters, forced expiratory volume in the first second (FEV1), forced vital capacity (FVC), FEV1/FVC, forced expiratory flow (FEF)25–75, and peak expiratory flow. Interaction plots were used to interpret the significant interaction effects.Results Negative interaction effects of physical activity and black carbon exposure on FEV1 (P = 0.07), FEV1/FVC (P = 0.03), and FEF25–75 (P = 0.03) were observed. For black carbon concentrations up to approximately 1 μg·m−3, an additional MET·h−1·wk−1 resulted in a trend toward lung function increases (FEV1, FEV1/F

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Laeremans M, Dons E, Avila-Palencia I, Carrasco-Turigas G, Orjuela JP, Anaya E, Cole-Hunter T, de Nazelle A, Nieuwenhuijsen M, Standaert A, Van Poppel M, De Boever P, Panis LIet al., 2018, Short-term effects of physical activity, air pollution and their interaction on the cardiovascular and respiratory system, ENVIRONMENT INTERNATIONAL, Vol: 117, Pages: 82-90, ISSN: 0160-4120

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Riley R, de Nazelle A, 2018, Barriers and Enablers of Integrating Health Evidence into Transport and Urban Planning and Decision Making, Integrating Human Health into Urban and Transport Planning A Framework, Editors: Nieuwenhuijsen, Khreis, Publisher: Springer, Pages: 641-655, ISBN: 9783319749839

By 2050 the global population will reach ten billion, 70% of which is expected to live in urban areas. Whilst cities are centres of education, wealth creation, innovation and progress, they are simultaneously characterised by air and noise pollution, congestion, heat and overcrowding with adverse impacts on human health on a global scale. The relationship between the built environment and human health is a complex adaptive system involving continuous interactions between stakeholders that result in dynamic and unpredictable outcomes with positive and negative feedback loops. Comprehensive urban and transport planning and policy that seeks to maximise health outcomes is critical yet frequently fails to reflect best practice. Examples of effective research translation are rare. This chapter highlights some of the barriers to integrating health into urban and transport planning and policy with the aim of suggesting opportunities through which these barriers may be overcome.

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Iwinska K, Blicharska M, Pierotti L, Tainio M, de Nazelle Aet al., 2018, Cycling in Warsaw, Poland - Perceived enablers and barriers according to cyclists and non-cyclists, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART A-POLICY AND PRACTICE, Vol: 113, Pages: 291-301, ISSN: 0965-8564

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Dons E, Laeremans M, Anaya-Boig E, Avila-Palencia I, Brand C, de Nazelle A, Gaupp-Berghausen M, Gotschi T, Nieuwenhuijsen M, Orjuela JP, Raser E, Standaert A, Int Panis Let al., 2018, Concern over health effects of air pollution is associated to NO2 in seven European cities, AIR QUALITY ATMOSPHERE AND HEALTH, Vol: 11, Pages: 591-599, ISSN: 1873-9318

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Mueller N, Rojas-Rueda D, Salmon M, Martinez D, Ambros A, Brand C, de Nazelle A, Dons E, Gaupp-Berghausen M, Gerike R, Gotschi T, Iacorossi F, Int Panis L, Kahlmeier S, Raser E, Nieuwenhuijsen Met al., 2018, Health impact assessment of cycling network expansions in European cities, PREVENTIVE MEDICINE, Vol: 109, Pages: 62-70, ISSN: 0091-7435

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Cole-Hunter T, de Nazelle A, Donaire-Gonzalez D, Kubesch N, Carrasco-Turigas G, Matt F, Foraster M, Martinez T, Ambros A, Cirach M, Martinez D, Belmonte J, Nieuwenhuijsen Met al., 2018, Estimated effects of air pollution and space-time-activity on cardiopulmonary outcomes in healthy adults: A repeated measures study, ENVIRONMENT INTERNATIONAL, Vol: 111, Pages: 247-259, ISSN: 0160-4120

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Jerrett M, Donaire-Gonzalez D, Popoola O, Jones R, Cohen RC, Almanza E, de Nazelle A, Mead I, Carrasco-Turigas G, Cole-Hunter T, Triguero-Mas M, Seto E, Nieuwenhuijsen Met al., 2017, Validating novel air pollution sensors to improve exposure estimates for epidemiological analyses and citizen science, ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH, Vol: 158, Pages: 286-294, ISSN: 0013-9351

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Götschi T, de Nazelle A, Brand C, Gerike Ret al., 2017, Towards a Comprehensive Conceptual Framework of Active Travel Behavior: a Review and Synthesis of Published Frameworks, Current Environmental Health Reports, Vol: 4, Pages: 286-295

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Avila-Palencia I, de Nazelle A, Cole-Hunter T, Donaire-Gonzalez D, Jerrett M, Rodriguez DA, Nieuwenhuijsen MJet al., 2017, The relationship between bicycle commuting and perceived stress: a cross-sectional study, BMJ OPEN, Vol: 7, ISSN: 2044-6055

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Laeremans M, Dons E, Avila-Palencia I, Carrasco-Turigas G, Pablo Orjuela J, Anaya E, Brand C, Cole-Hunter T, de Nazelle A, Gotschi T, Kahlmeier S, Nieuwenhuijsen M, Standaert A, De Boever P, Panis LIet al., 2017, Physical activity and sedentary behaviour in daily life: A comparative analysis of the Global Physical Activity Questionnaire (GPAQ) and the SenseWear armband, PLOS ONE, Vol: 12, ISSN: 1932-6203

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Dons E, Laeremans M, Orjuela JP, Avila-Palencia I, Carrasco-Turigas G, Cole-Hunter T, Anaya-Boig E, Standaert A, De Boever P, Nawrot T, Gotschi T, de Nazelle A, Nieuwenhuijsen M, Panis LIet al., 2017, Wearable Sensors for Personal Monitoring and Estimation of Inhaled Traffic-Related Air Pollution: Evaluation of Methods, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, Vol: 51, Pages: 1859-1867, ISSN: 0013-936X

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Jedynska A, Hoek G, Wang M, Yang A, Eeftens M, Cyrys J, Keuken M, Ampe C, Beelen R, Cesaroni G, Forastiere F, Cirach M, de Hoogh K, De Nazelle A, Nystad W, Akhlaghi HM, Declercq C, Stempfelet M, Eriksen KT, Dimakopoulou K, Lanki T, Meliefste K, Nieuwenhuijsen M, Yli-Tuomi T, Raaschou-Nielsen O, Janssen NAH, Brunekreef B, Kooter IMet al., 2017, Spatial variations and development of land use regression models of oxidative potential in ten European study areas, ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT, Vol: 150, Pages: 24-32, ISSN: 1352-2310

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de Nazelle A, Bode O, Orjuela JP, 2017, Comparison of air pollution exposures in active vs. passive travel modes in European cities: A quantitative review, Environment International, Vol: 99, Pages: 151-160, ISSN: 0160-4120

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de Hoogh K, Gulliver J, van Donkelaar A, Martin RV, Marshall JD, Bechle MJ, Cesaroni G, Cirach Pradas M, Dedele A, Eeftens M, Forsberg B, Galassi C, Heinrich J, Hoffmann B, Jacquemin B, Katsouyanni K, Korek M, Kunzli N, Lindley SJ, Lepeule J, Meleux F, de Nazelle A, Nieuwenhuijsen M, Nystad W, Raaschou-Nielsen O, Peters A, Peuch V-H, Rouil L, Udvardy O, Slama R, Stempfelet M, Stephanou EG, Tsai MY, Yli-Tuomi T, Weinmayr G, Brunekreef B, Vienneau D, Hoek Get al., 2016, Development of West-European PM2.5 and NO2 land use regression models incorporating satellite-derived and chemical transport modelling data, ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH, Vol: 151, Pages: 1-10, ISSN: 0013-9351

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Donaire-Gonzalez D, Valentin A, de Nazelle A, Ambros A, Carrasco-Turigas G, Seto E, Jerrett M, Nieuwenhuijsen MJet al., 2016, Benefits of Mobile Phone Technology for Personal Environmental Monitoring, JMIR MHEALTH AND UHEALTH, Vol: 4, ISSN: 2291-5222

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Curto A, de Nazelle A, Donaire-Gonzalez D, Cole-Hunter T, Garcia-Aymerich J, Martinez D, Anaya E, Rodriguez D, Jerrett M, Nieuwenhuijsen MJet al., 2016, Private and public modes of bicycle commuting: a perspective on attitude and perception, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, Vol: 26, Pages: 717-723, ISSN: 1101-1262

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Braun LM, Rodriguez DA, Cole-Hunter T, Ambros A, Donaire-Gonzalez D, Jerrett M, Mendez MA, Nieuwenhuijsen MJ, de Nazelle Aet al., 2016, Short-term planning and policy interventions to promote cycling in urban centers: Findings from a commute mode choice analysis in Barcelona, Spain, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART A-POLICY AND PRACTICE, Vol: 89, Pages: 164-183, ISSN: 0965-8564

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Tainio M, de Nazelle AJ, Goetschi T, Kahlmeier S, Rojas-Rueda D, Nieuwenhuijsen MJ, de Sa TH, Kelly P, Woodcock Jet al., 2016, Can air pollution negate the health benefits of cycling and walking?, PREVENTIVE MEDICINE, Vol: 87, Pages: 233-236, ISSN: 0091-7435

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Cole-Hunter T, Weichenthal S, Kubesch N, Foraster M, Carrasco-Turigas G, Bouso L, Martinez D, Westerdahl D, de Nazelle A, Nieuwenhuijsen Met al., 2016, Impact of traffic-related air pollution on acute changes in cardiac autonomic modulation during rest and physical activity: a cross-over study, JOURNAL OF EXPOSURE SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL EPIDEMIOLOGY, Vol: 26, Pages: 133-140, ISSN: 1559-0631

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Rojas-Rueda D, de Nazelle A, Andersen ZJ, Braun-Fahrlaender C, Bruha J, Bruhova-Foltynova H, Desqueyroux H, Praznoczy C, Ragettli MS, Tainio M, Nieuwenhuijsen MJet al., 2016, Health Impacts of Active Transportation in Europe, PLOS ONE, Vol: 11, ISSN: 1932-6203

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Guxens M, Ghassabian A, Gong T, Garcia-Esteban R, Porta D, Giorgis-Allemand L, Almqvist C, Aranbarri A, Beelen R, Badaloni C, Cesaroni G, de Nazelle A, Estarlich M, Forastiere F, Forns J, Gehring U, Ibarluzea J, Jaddoe VWV, Korek M, Lichtenstein P, Nieuwenhuijsen MJ, Rebagliato M, Slama R, Tiemeier H, Verhulst FC, Volk HE, Pershagen G, Brunekreef B, Sunyer Jet al., 2016, Air Pollution Exposure during Pregnancy and Childhood Autistic Traits in Four European Population-Based Cohort Studies: The ESCAPE Project, ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES, Vol: 124, Pages: 133-140, ISSN: 0091-6765

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Gerike R, de Nazelle A, Nieuwenhuijsen M, Panis LI, Anaya E, Avila-Palencia I, Boschetti F, Brand C, Cole-Hunter T, Dons E, Eriksson U, Gaupp-Berghausen M, Kahlmeier S, Laeremans M, Mueller N, Orjuela JP, Racioppi F, Raser E, Rojas-Rueda D, Schweizer C, Standaert A, Uhlmann T, Wegener S, Goetschi Tet al., 2016, Physical Activity through Sustainable Transport Approaches (PASTA): a study protocol for a multicentre project, BMJ OPEN, Vol: 6, ISSN: 2044-6055

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Donaire-Gonzalez D, de Nazelle A, Cole-Hunter T, Curto A, Rodriguez DA, Mendez MA, Garcia-Aymerich J, Basagana X, Ambros A, Jerrett M, Nieuwenhuijsen MJet al., 2015, The Added Benefit of Bicycle Commuting on the Regular Amount of Physical Activity Performed, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE, Vol: 49, Pages: 842-849, ISSN: 0749-3797

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Dons E, Goetschi T, Nieuwenhuijsen M, de Nazelle A, Anaya E, Avila-Palencia I, Brand C, Cole-Hunter T, Gaupp-Berghausen M, Kahlmeier S, Laeremans M, Mueller N, Orjuela JP, Raser E, Rojas-Rueda D, Standaert A, Stigell E, Uhlmann T, Gerike R, Panis LIet al., 2015, Physical Activity through Sustainable Transport Approaches (PASTA): protocol for a multi-centre, longitudinal study, BMC PUBLIC HEALTH, Vol: 15, ISSN: 1471-2458

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Tsai M-Y, Hoek G, Eeftens M, de Hoogh K, Beelen R, Beregszaszi T, Cesaroni G, Cirach M, Cyrys J, De Nazelle A, de Vocht F, Ducret-Stich R, Eriksen K, Galassi C, Grazuleviciene R, Grazulevicius T, Grivas G, Gryparis A, Heinrich J, Hoffmann B, Iakovides M, Keuken M, Kraemer U, Kuenzli N, Lanki L, Madsen C, Meliefste K, Merritt A-S, Moelter A, Mosler G, Nieuwenhuijsen MJ, Pershagen G, Phuleria H, Quass U, Ranzi A, Schaffner E, Sokhi R, Stempfelet M, Stephanou E, Sugiri D, Taimisto P, Tewis M, Udvardy O, Wang M, Brunekreef Bet al., 2015, Spatial variation of PM elemental composition between and within 20 European study areas - Results of the ESCAPE project, ENVIRONMENT INTERNATIONAL, Vol: 84, Pages: 181-192, ISSN: 0160-4120

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