Dr. Alan Ewert is a Professor at Indiana University. He specializes in the areas of human health and natural environments and the effect of adventure and risk on personal decision-making. He has numerous publications in the area of human health and natural settings or activities. In addition, he has published several books on the human dimensions of natural resource management and is co-authoring a text on Human Health and Natural Environments to be published by CABI.
Articles published in The International Journal of Health, Wellness, and Society are peer reviewed by scholars who are active members of the Health, Wellness, & Society Research Network. Reviewers may be past or present conference delegates, fellow submitters to the journal, or scholars who have volunteered to referee articles and have been screened by Common Ground's editorial team. This engagement with the Research Network, as well as Common Ground's criterion-based evaluation system, distinguishes our peer review process from those of journals that have a more top-down, editor-centric approach to refereeing.
The International Journal of Health, Wellness, and Society reviewers are assigned to articles based on their academic interests and scholarly expertise. In recognition of the valuable feedback and publication recommendations that they provide, reviewers are acknowledged as Associate Editors in the volume that includes the article(s) they reviewed. The Associate Editors listed below have contributed significantly to the overall editorial quality and content of the journal. In order to protect anonymity, Associate Editors will be credited by volume rather than issue. This credit will appear in the fourth issue of each journal's volume.
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