Human health and wellbeing are closely interlinked with the nature and quality of natural and built environments while socio-economic and cultural factors have a strong influence on disease burdens as well as on perceptions of and responses to health risks.
This work highlights the influence of social and material contexts on health outcomes, behaviours and equity and includes an emphasis on environmental as well as health-related injustices.
This research explores the spatial dynamics of infectious disease along with intersections between cultural, socio-economic and environmental influences on health and health-related decisions.
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