Ecological Public Health for Nursing and Health Professionals in the Anthropocene
We are today encountering numerous sustainable health concerns in relation to the existential threats caused by ecological and global changes. This book illustrates the ways in which health is being affected by anthropogenic human impacts on the environment, as well as climate change. It highlights synergistic, interventional approaches towards sustainable healthcare, together with innovative conceptual frameworks and models for facing the changing demands of our health needs under these current epidemiological and health transitions. It also sets out a vision of ecological principles to guide our professional directions with regards to sustainable health developments as legacy-based values across generations.
Dr Alice Li obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Nursing and her Master’s in Public Health from the University of Sydney and the University of New South Wales, Australia, respectively. She conducted her studies in Health Services Management at the City University of Hong Kong, and has worked as an Assistant Professor at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Programme Director in the School of Professional and Continuing Education at the University of Hong Kong.
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