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Author Apostolopoulos, Yorghos, 1961-
Title Complex Systems and Population Health.
Imprint Oxford : Oxford University Press USA - OSO, 2020.

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Author Apostolopoulos, Yorghos, 1961-
Subject Population -- Health aspects -- Research.
Medicine -- Research -- Methodology.
Alt Name Hassmiller Lich, Kristen.
Lemke, Michael K.
Description 1 online resource (337 pages)
Note Description based upon print version of record.
Contents Cover -- Complex Systems and Population Health -- Copyright -- Dedication -- CONTENTS -- Foreword by David C. Krakauer -- Foreword by Sandro Galea -- Foreword by David Byrne -- Contributors -- Prologue -- PART I POPULATION HEALTH SCIENCE IN A COMPLEX WORLD -- 1. Bridging the Divide: Where Complex Systems Science Meets Population Health Science -- PART II COMPLEX SYSTEMS AND THEORY IN POPULATION HEALTH SCIENCE -- Introductory Material: Preview and Objectives -- 2. Complex Systems in a Nutshell: Foundational Concepts for Population Health
3. Population Health as a Complex Adaptive System of Systems -- 4. Complex Network Dynamics in Population Health -- 5. Phase Transitions and Resilience in Physical and Psychological Health -- 6. How Complex Systems Science Can Revolutionize Population Health Theory -- Take-​Home Messages -- Resources for Further Reading -- PART III COMPLEX SYSTEMS AND METHODOLOGY IN POPULATION HEALTH SCIENCE -- Introductory Material: Preview and Objectives -- 7. Designing Population Health Research Grounded in Complex Systems Science
8. Model Thinking and Formal Modeling to Improve Our Mental Models in Population Health Research -- 9. Engaging Stakeholders in Mapping and Modeling Complex Systems Structure to Inform Population Health Research and Action -- 10. Is It Time to Rethink "Normal" in Population Health Research? -- Take-​Home Messages -- Resources for Further Reading -- PART IV COMPLEX SYSTEMS AND ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES IN POPULATION HEALTH SCIENCE -- Introductory Material: Preview and Objectives -- 11. Mathematical Modeling in Population Health Research
12. Computational Simulation Modeling in Population Health Research and Policy -- 13. System Dynamics Modeling to Rethink Health System Reform -- 14. Agent-​Based Modeling to Delineate Opioid and Other Drug Use Epidemics -- 15. Hybrid Simulation Modeling in Population Health -- 16. Validation of Microsimulation Models Used for Population Health Policy -- 17. Computational Simulation Modeling: A Tale of Five Models for Health Policy Analysis -- 18. Physical Sciences for Nonphysical Problems: Understanding and Controlling Human Disease -- Take-​Home Messages
Resources for Further Reading -- PART V TOWARD A NEW POPULATION HEALTH SCIENCE -- 19. Making the Global Complexity Turn in Population Health -- 20. Harnessing Complex Systems: An Emerging Paradigm for a New Population Health Science -- Glossary of Terms -- Index
Summary Complex Systems and Computation in Public Health Sciences is the first comprehensive book in population health science that meaningfully integrates complex systems theory, methodology, modeling, computational simulation, and real-world applications while incorporating current population health perspectives.
ISBN 9780190880750
0190880759
OCLC # 1156088240
Additional Format Print version: Apostolopoulos, Yorghos Complex Systems and Population Health Oxford : Oxford University Press USA - OSO,c2020.


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