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Relational Health: How Social Connection Impacts Our Physical and Mental Wellbeing

Relational Health: How Social Connection Impacts Our Physical and Mental Wellbeing

9781316515570
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We tend to credit the healthy for good habits and discipline, and assign blame to the sick. All too often we view our health as a product of individual inputs rather than through a lens of interconnected, relational health. The relational health perspective offers an alternative way to view how our health is shaped and what the most productive avenues are for achieving long-term positive outcomes. This book draws on empirical research that illuminates how social relationships affect health outcomes, with a focus on three specific health problems:: obesity, opioid use disorder, and depression in older adults. It incorporates examples of the untapped potential of community resources, social networks, and varied partnerships. The research presented is supplemented by perspectives from healthcare providers, patients and their families, and health policy experts, examining the role of relationships in health production and maintenance.
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9781316515570
9781316515570

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Publication date
2023
Issue number
1
Cover
hard cover
Pages count
250
Dimensions (mm)
155.00 x 235.00
Weight (g)
380
  • List of figures; List of boxes; Acknowledgments; 1. Introduction; 2. How social relationships matter for health; 3. The relationship-driven factors in obesity, opioid use disorder, and depression in older adults; 4. Current practices of medical intervention for obesity, opioids, and social isolation; 5. Strategies for relational healthcare; 6. Relational health policy priorities; 7. Conclusions; Index.
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