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 Definition:  api·thol·o·gy ~

(a pith ol-j ) noun.            [plural. api·thol·o·gia]  

1. the systemic study of health in living systems and its causes, processes, development, and consequences.

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Apithology is the discipline that studies the generative causes of health and wellness in living systems. The term originally emerged from the development of a field of inquiry formed to meet questions not examined by apithology’s counterpart discipline, being the research field of pathology. Apithology research is primarily done at humanity-scales of inquiry. It is applied in practice at individual levels of benefit. It involves holding an alternative horizon of investigation.

Apithology is not a concept, it is a research practice. The premise of apithology research describes what to look at, why those specific features of interest, and how to uniquely do this. To provide opinions, definitions and descriptions in the field of apithology requires formal study. Qualified practitioners will recognise its underlying concepts, have familiarity with its paradigms of practice, and have achieved skilfulness in its research and inquiry methods. Those seeking to become proficient in apithology are invited to train in the discipline and to join its community of practice.

There are many research materials available on apithology. For those new to the field the foundational article about apithology is free to download. Other materials are available to subscribers and contributors on request. These are provided as an essential part of formal training in this field. These resources include articles from the research Journal, training in specific modalities and a qualifying course for practitioners. 

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