My micro think tank, Orgcomplexity, explores the larger policy and governance implications of complexity on public policy which an emphasis on health policy.
I am the author of Applications of Systems Thinking in Health Policy and Public Health Ethics- Public Health and Private Illness, whicb was published by Springer International (SpringerBriefs Series in Public Health Ethics).
Orgcomplexity uses the method of translational policy analysis- translating research to applications in policy. While there are many “systems science” blogs that lean toward the “Science of networks”, this blog venue will be used to highlight the applications of systems theory and systems methodology to healthcare and social issues while keeping current with the “science of systems”.
Proudly, I am a Research Scholar with the Ronin Institute (ronininstitute.org) as well as a Research Fellow with the Earth System Governance Project (Lund University, Sweden) in the Global Economic System flagship group. I am also a member of the Bertalanffy Center for the Study of Systems Science (Vienna, Austria) and a Clinical Assistant Professor with Wright State University’s Boonshoft School of Medicine.
Guest contributors always welcome!
Orgcomplexity.wordpress.com will be the primary place for all things Orgcomplexity. My research will primarily be available through my academia.edu page.
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