Urban Health and Wellbeing in the Contemporary City

This paper explores and debates the intricate connection between our built environment and an increasingly technocentric approach to distinguish health and wellbeing from a multidisciplinary perspective. The authors profess the dire need for rethinking the ‘smart’ within the city by reconsidering models of urban development and focusing on the democratisation of technology for the purpose of enhancing our lived urban experience and psychophysiological wellbeing.

Nimish Biloria
Hamish Robertson
Jaime Garcia Marin
Miguel Fornes
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HealthManagement, Volume 21 - Issue 6, 2021
Journal Article