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Understanding human resilience in the context of inter-connected health and social systems
Guest Editorial
Understanding human resilience in the context of interconnected health and social systems: Whose understanding matters most?
Astier M. Almedom
Insight
Bridging the Macro and the Micro by Considering the Meso: Reflections on the Fractal Nature of Resilience
Johan Bergström and Sidney W. A. Dekker
Measuring resilience is not enough; we must apply the research. Researchers and practitioners need a common language to make this happen.
Douglas M Glandon
Research
Emergence of human resilience in coastal ecosystems under environmental change
Nilufar Matin and Richard Taylor
How does social support enhance resilience in the trauma-exposed individual?
Lauren M. Sippel, Robert H. Pietrzak, Dennis S, Charney, Linda C. Mayes, and Steven M. Southwick
Synthesis
Principles of epistemological accountability with methodological implications for measuring, assessing, and profiling human resilience
Astier M Almedom, David O'Byrne, and Anne Jerneck
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