Systems thinking resources

This resource archive covers system dynamics modeling; agent-based modeling; and social network analysis. It contains videos, slides, lecture details, and bibliographies from the Institute on Systems Science and Health (ISSH). The Institute "is a week-long, immersive learning opportunity designed to introduce general principles of systems science and foster a deeper understanding of selected methodologies that may be used to explore the behavioral and social drivers of population health. Learners enroll in one of three methodologically-based ‘tracks’ at ISSH: system dynamics modeling; agent-based modeling; or social network analysis”. In order to promote broader learning in this domain beyond participants, ISSH archives resources (videos, slides, lecture details, bibliographies) online for use by all. ISSH was held in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012.

Website: Please note that this website link is not functioning (last checked 3rd May 2016) - https://obssr-archive.od.nih.gov/training_and_education/issh/index.html

Website for videos: https://videocast.nih.gov/PastEvents.asp?c=185

Posted: December 2011
Last modified: May 2017

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