Systems Thinking in Public Health

Systems thinking helps us develop and evaluate policies and initiatives by considering relationships, interactions, boundaries and perspectives. To influence some of the big public health challenges of our modern societies means going beyond a linear approach. Although there is no universal definition of a system it can generally be regarded as a group of interacting, interrelated and interdependent components that form a complex and unified whole (The Systems Thinker, 2018).


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