250.301 Systems Thinking for Health (15 credits)

This course provides an exploration of concepts and tools from Systems Thinking for the purpose of understanding issues across the health sciences and to identify systemic solutions. Students will gain an understanding of how to: define complex systems; examine complex system behaviour over time; identify key leverage points to create change; and inform decision making within complex systems.

Note(s): This course is no longer offered and students should now enrol into 250.303 Systems Thinking and Design for Health.

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  • Prerequisite(s):
    General Prerequisite: At least 45 credits from 200 level

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There are no offerings currently available for this course