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Seminar – Systems Thinking in Non-Communicable Disease Prevention Policy: Scoping Review and Practice-Oriented Guidance

Seminar – Systems Thinking in Non-Communicable Disease Prevention Policy: Scoping Review and Practice-Oriented Guidance

Systems thinking broadly encourages us to look at the “bigger picture,” recognizing how people, populations, and organizations act and evolve in response to each other and their contexts. The value of […]

Laying the Foundation for a Complexity-Informed Synthesis of Evaluations of Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Taxes: Unintended Consequences and System Adaptations

Laying the Foundation for a Complexity-Informed Synthesis of Evaluations of Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Taxes: Unintended Consequences and System Adaptations

Miriam Alvarado will discuss the challenges in evaluating large-scale population health interventions and how a combination of methods, including process tracing, qualitative comparative analysis, and systems thinking, may be used together […]

Dhritiman Mandal

Dhritiman Mandal

Dhritiman is a recent graduate from York University with a specialized bachelor of arts honours degree in political science. He is joining the Dahdaleh Institute as a communications intern. He […]