As a compilation of popular media essays, Michele Battle-Fisher infuses complexity and systems thinking in exploring the wickedness of staying well in a network driven society. Topics of the essays range from essays on public health, bodyhacking, social integration and political complexity. The essays were published in a variety of media, including Huff Post, Impact Ethics, Hippo Reads and Yale Journal for Humanities in Medicine.
The book is self-published (not peer reviewed).
Amazon link: http://a.co/d/bn3XGCf
It is available as soft cover and e-book.
In the future, an Audible audio book is planned.
Table of Contents:
What Scientific Gobbledygook! Systems, Uncertainty and “Known Unknowns”
The Chaos of our Bodily Bits
The Scars of our Lives
Transhumanism: Tech, Entropy, and Fighting for a Future
Here is Ex Machina to your Health
Radical Technology, Bodyhacking and Medicine
My FDA- Regulated Buckle- A Regulated Intervention
How Malleable is an Ethic?
Taking a Dramatic Eye to the Doctor’s Office Interaction
A Bittersweet Prelude- my Sugared Narrative
How Systemically Liquid is Health Policy?
Blooming History, Private Lives and Dissent in the Public Sphere
The Complex Implications of Policy Puffins in the Public’s Welfare