Systems Thinking to improve public health in Europe – Participate in the survey!


The WHO Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research along with a group of institutions are commencing the co-design of the Systems Thinking Accelerator (SYSTAC).

SYSTAC will be a community for systems thinkers to engage, connect and collaborate so that we elevate the field of systems thinking to improve health and leave no one behind. We are in the process of creating the SYSTAC European hub and would be very keen to see you joining this hub.

We are conducting an assessment to identify what practitioners, researchers, and decision makers in Europe need so that they can apply systems thinking in their daily activities to improve health. The same assessment is being conducted in five other regions across the world. You are being asked to participate so that we can understand who is currently using systems thinking and for what purposes, and so that we can start building a larger community around systems thinking.

If you agree to complete the survey, you will also be able to express interest in joining future SYSTAC activities. The survey should take about 5-10 minutes to complete. Your responses are voluntary and will be confidential. We very much appreciate you taking the time to complete the survey!