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Healthy parks healthy people : annotated bibliography

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posted on 2002-01-01, 00:00 authored by Cecily Maller, Mardie TownsendMardie Townsend, P Brown, Lawrence St Leger
This annotated bibliography is part of a joint initiative between Parks Victoria, the International Park Strategic Partners Group, and Deakin University. All organisations recognise the significance of the health and wellbeing benefits from interacting with nature in park settings, the implications for public health, and the lack of collated information on this topic. This document brings together significant research on the health benefits of interacting with nature, not previously compiled, to provide park managers with key references to guide decision-making, and future park planning. Criteria for inclusion included significance of the work, and relevance to either the health benefits of contact with nature or implications for park management and planning. Funding was provided by the International Park Strategic Partners Group.

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Series

Social and mental health priority area occasional paper series ; v. 2

Publisher

Parks Victoria, Deakin University Faculty of Health & Behavioural Sciences

Place of publication

Melbourne, Vic.

Language

eng

Notes

Vol. 2 An annotated bibliographyReport to Parks Victoria and the International Park Strategic Partners Group'December 2002'

Publication classification

A5 Minor research monograph

Copyright notice

2002, Deakin University and Parks Victoria

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