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Navsaria: Human Ecology provides broad-based, human-centered way of looking at world

Dipesh Navsaria, MD, Clinical Associate Professor of Human Development & Family Studies and Outreach Faculty Fellow for the Child Development Lab, wrote an opinion piece in The Cap Times discussing the role of relational health and “nurture” in children’s flourishing and thriving. He also highlighted the important work of human ecology and its examination of the ways our environment is connected to human well-being.

“Thinking about how the environments in which people live and thrive on a broad societal level is what human ecology is all about. And after reading what I wrote above, I think you might understand why it matters to me to add to my professional life that broad-based, human-centered way of looking at the world. I look forward to what we can all build together.”

Source: The Cap Times. “Opinion | Nature’s important, but our priority should be nurturing” by Dr. Dipesh Navsaria. January 6, 2022.

Read the full article at: https://captimes.com/opinion/guest-columns/opinion-natures-important-but-our-priority-should-be-nurturing/article_82c81e37-70ad-5a75-bf9b-fe1bf7d20e8d.html