ECfES' social mission is born out of what is represented in the library collection. It is the cumulative knowledge-base contained in the literature which guides our program research, development, and implementation. We seek out the most relevant information to share.
This knowledge base spans across the careers of PhD's, MD's, alternative heath-care practitioners, social workers, policy makers, indigenous healers, and community members alike. All socio-economic demographics are represented. We strive to favor none, and communicate all.
This will result in the implementation of a science based level of medicine of low to no toxicity with high levels of demonstrated efficacy across a wide range of health issues. All this, for a fiscally reasonable, and sustainable, if not regenerative bottom line.
history, narratives, people
Politics: harm reduction.
Spirituality: ethics, elders,
Modern Culture: bodywork,
community, bonding, art
cancer, end of life