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Ecological Approaches to Health Interactions Between Humans and Their Environment

By: Claire Dumont
122 pages, b/w illustrations
Ecological Approaches to Health
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This book discusses and analyses how ecological models and approaches could contribute to improve human health. Humanity is at a stage never reached before, notably because of the presence of so many individuals on earth. Furthermore, human beings possess powerful abilities and technological possibilities but also the awareness and the responsibility which these elements confer to us. All health professionals are called to contribute to necessary efforts in favour of population health, now and for future generations, in a sustainable development perspective.



- Introduction
- The Ecological Thought: Historical Perspective
- Ecological Frames of Reference in the Health & Social Fields
- Synthesis of the General Characteristics of Ecological Theories, Models & Approaches
- Environment & Interactions
- Scientific Evidence Supporting Ecological Models & Approaches
- From Human Ecology Toward Human Health
- Conclusion


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By: Claire Dumont
122 pages, b/w illustrations
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