Ecosystems, Society, and Health: pathways through Diversity, Convergence, and Integration, L. Hallström, N. P. Guehlstorf, & M. W. Parkes (Editors), 2015, Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press

@article{Bunch2016EcosystemsSA,
  title={Ecosystems, Society, and Health: pathways through Diversity, Convergence, and Integration, L. Hallstr{\"o}m, N. P. Guehlstorf, & M. W. Parkes (Editors), 2015, Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press},
  author={Martin J Bunch},
  journal={EcoHealth},
  year={2016},
  volume={13},
  pages={430-431}
}
The last few decades have witnessed continued and progressive recognition of health and well-being as strongly influenced by social and environmental contexts. Associated with this recondition, in a variety of fieldsweare seeing the integration of health as an emergent property of ecological and social systems. Yet, it remains a struggle for many of us embedded in the Western tradition of science to maintain a holistic conception of health for more than a fleeting moment, before our training… CONTINUE READING