Equity in health and health promotion in urban areas : multidisciplinary interventions at international and national level / Alessandra Battisti, Maurizio Marceca, Giuseppe Ricotta, Silvia Iorio, editors.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • Cham : Springer, [2023]
  • ©2023
Description
viii, 238 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.

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Series
Green energy and technology [More in this series]
Summary note
"The book explores approaches, methods and best practices related to health promotion in urban areas. Thanks to the increasingly tight connection among urbanism, architecture, bioethics, anthropology, sociology and medicine, we are now reaching an "ecological" health perspective. This new viewpoint has pushed the study of social health determinants and their unequal distribution in the population, resulting in the study of the generation of structurally-determined differences in health and healthcare. There is the need to make use of a unitary framework in order to understand the intertwining of multidimensional dynamics that define the urban context and the need to disseminate, enhance, and improve existing interventions in the field. This volume consequently results in the discussion and comparison of contents and methods to be implemented in multidisciplinary interventions related to the promotion of community-based healthcare and health in the urban setting. The book represents a useful opportunity for scientific growth and international sharing of methodologies that can help develop a common language and approach to be shared across different academic spheres. This is not only an exchange of knowledge among different fields of study, but also the creation of foundations for creating an increasingly complex network of scientific culture and operational collaborations to transfer knowledge and attract academic and public attention, influencing decision-makers and gaining advocacy accordingly"--Back cover.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
  • Urban Regeneration Between Well-Being, Social Determinants and Sustainable Development Goals
  • Public Health Approach to Outdoor Urban Health
  • Security, Health and Social Exclusion In Urban Contexts. A Sociological Perspective
  • From the Phenomenological Redefinition of Body to Inequalities in Health
  • Pathways for Therapy and Urban Health in the Field of Mental Suffering. Illness Narratives from a Residential Complex for Public Housing Assistance in Rome, Italy
  • Does Urbanization Correlate with Health Service Assistance? An Observational Study in Rome, Italy
  • A Walkable Urban Environment to Prevent Chronic Diseases and Improve Wellbeing, an Experience of Urban Health in the Local Health Unit Roma
  • Housing and Health in Urban Areas
  • Health, Well-Being, Good Living. Architectural Attempts with Acupuncture-Type Regenerations for Quito, Cairo and the Baghere Region
  • We For Us: Collective Action In The Favelas During The Pandemic
  • Empower Shack Housing
  • Measuring Disability Among Migrant People in Urban Area
  • Conclusions. From a Multidisciplinary Cultural Approach to an Integrated Organization of the City, to Build Health Capabilities.
ISBN
  • 9783031161810
  • 3031161815
OCLC
1338197739
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