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Santé et Environnement : la 2e révolution de Santé Publique

Abstract : As of the mid-19th century, most infectious disease epidemics have been fought and slowed down by taking action on the environment (water, housing, waste) and education. This constitutes the 1st public health revolution paradigm. As we face the current epidemic of chronic diseases and the failure of the dominant biomedical model to stop them, a 2nd public health revolution is needed. The vision for this 2nd public health revolution requires a new paradigm built upon an eco-systemic definition of health and the recognition of the legitimacy for citizen participation based on the precautionary principle.
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André Cicolella. Santé et Environnement : la 2e révolution de Santé Publique. Santé Publique, Société Française de Santé Publique, 2010, 22 (3), pp.343-351. ⟨ineris-00963245⟩



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