Handbook of Research on Interdisciplinary Studies on Healthcare, Culture, and the Environment

  • 10h 5m
  • Mika Markus Merviö
  • IGI Global
  • 2022

As healthcare, culture, and the environment remain crucial aspects of modern society, the current issues and opportunities within each sector must be examined and considered in order to ensure their success in the future. These critical fields should be studied in relation to each other as they must work in tandem to create a better society.

The Handbook of Research on Interdisciplinary Studies on Healthcare, Culture, and the Environment presents innovative ideas and emerging research to highlight critical trends focusing on the relationship between healthcare, environmental wellbeing, and society and culture. Covering a range of topics such as sustainability, leadership, and food security, this reference work is ideal for industry professionals, researchers, academicians, practitioners, instructors, and students.

About the Author

Mika Markus Merviö is a Professor of International Relations at the Kibi International University, Okayama, Japan. Previously he has been working at the University of Tampere, Finland, from which he also received his Ph.D. (International Relations). Then he moved to the International Christian University, Tôkyô, Japan as a JSPS researcher and from there to the Miyazaki International University and the University of Shimane, where he worked as a Professor. From 2000 he has been working at the Kibi International University. His research interests include political and social issues, history, art and environment.

In this Book

  • Managing High Performing Safety Cultures in US Healthcare Organizations During COVID-19
  • A Cross-Cultural Comparison of College Student Self-Efficacy, Self-Regulation, and Resilience Between the US and China During the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Due to COVID-19, Food Insecurity and Access to Healthy Food Have Become Significant Public Health Problems
  • Ionization, Gadget Radiation Analysis, and Disease Control by Yajna—An Ancient Vedic Wisdom for Human Health Relevant Amidst Pandemic Threats
  • The Need for Adaptive Organizational Systems Concerning Proactive Health Literacy Approaches in the Misinformation State of COVID-19
  • A Review of the Healthcare System in the State of Punjab, India
  • Theoretical and Empirical Approaches and Typologies Into Failures and Enhancement of Organizational Resilience Analysis
  • Organizational Resilience Capability and Capacity Building
  • Implications of Implementing Operational Multi-Levels—Individual, Organizational, Community, and Societal Resilience
  • Renewable Energies and the Urban Environment in Spain
  • Welfare State, Income, and Public Debt—Their Implications for Latin American Life Satisfaction
  • US Dependance on Chinese Pharma in the Pandemic Era and the Nationalization of the US System
  • Does It Hold Water?—An Empirical Investigation on the Usefulness of Filtering Tap Water to Treat Health Complaints
  • Assessing Differential Vulnerability to Health Risks Associated With Microbial Contamination of Vegetables
  • Japanese Stone Gardens—Diversity, Sustainability, and Consumerism
  • Art and Environment Seen Through the Lens of Politics in Japan
  • Japanese Visual Arts—Representation and Perfectioning of Reality – Mimesis and Understanding of Japanese Visual Arts
  • Compilation of References