A systematic review of evidence for the added benefits to health of exposure to natural environments (2010)
Background: There is increasing interest in the potential role of the natural environment in human health and well-being. However, the evidence-base for specific and direct health or well-being benefits of activity within natural compared to more synthetic environments has not been systematically assessed.
Methods: We conducted a systematic review to collate and synthesise the findings of studies that compare measurements of health or well-being in natural and synthetic environments. Effect sizes of the differences between environments were calculated and meta-analysis used to synthesise data from studies measuring similar outcomes.
Auteur(s) : Diana Bowler, Lisette Buyung-Ali, Teri Knight, Andrew Pullin Jaar: 2010 Mediumsoort: Artikel in wetenschappelijk tijdschrift Tijdschrift: BMC Public Health Trefwoord(en): gezondheid, gezondheidseffecten, groene ruimte, reviews Literatuurverwijzing: Bowler, D.E., Buyung-Ali, L.M., Knight, T.M., & Pullin, A.S. (2010). A systematic review of evidence for the added benefits to health of exposure to natural environments. BMC Public Health (pp. 456)