Interested in complex system mapping, but unsure about how it can help you find solutions to public health challenges in your own work?
Join our webinar for public health professionals on 4 December 2018, 13.00-14.00pm. Hear practical examples of how system mapping has helped people tackle complex public health challenges, from the UK and further afield.
Hear the latest thinking about how to apply ‘system thinking’ in your own work, and discover how it can help you identify innovative ways to improve population health across the system.
- Professor Steven Allender, Professor of Public Health, Deakin University (via pre-record)
- Debra Richardson, Consortium Strategic Lead, Derby a City on the Move, University of Derby
- Professor Harry Rutter, Professor of Global Public Health, University of Bath
For more information, contact email@example.com
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