A 101 (or 100.5) on Systems Approaches to Capacity Building for Community Health _Eric Sarriot_5.8.14
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A 101 (or 100.5) on Systems Approaches to Capacity Building for Community Health _Eric Sarriot_5.8.14 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. A 101 (or 100.5) on Systems Approaches to Capacity Building for Community Health” Eric Sarriot*+, Ilona Varallyay+, Ligia Paina** with thanks to Tanvi Monga* *Name-TBD Project / Community Health and Civil Society Engagement Team ** Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health + ICF Center for Design and Research in Sustainability (CEDARS)
  • 2. Agenda • Expose participants to first concepts in systems thinking related to capacity building in community health Hidden Agenda • Hear some experiences and perspectives of participants on their experience with systems thinking – whether explicit or implicit.
  • 3. Agenda (other meaning) • Less than satisfactory introduction • Group exercises (2 or 3) • Networks – Feedback from Groups A-B, Discussion – Short Presentation: (Ilona Varallyay) • Causal Loop Analysis – Feedback from Group C, Discussion – Short Presentation (Ligia Paina Ph.D.) • Wrap Up (your servant)
  • 4. Cynefin: Classification of Cause and Effect Relationships in a Given Context
  • 5. Community Health Systems Display Different Levels of Complexity Based on Context and Intervention
  • 6. Case Study
  • 7. Conclusion 1: Systems Thinking in Community Health • You’ve done this before; you’re doing it already. “What has been will be again.” (Ecclesiastes 1:9 ; Starship Galactica Season 2) • The development of development (Robert Chambers is still with us!)
  • 8. Conclusion 2: Systems Thinking in Community Health • Avoid ‘all or nothing’ thinking. “There is just more to learn.” (Dr Who, Season 9) • New tools, new approaches, new language (some from the 1970’s) can help us: – Understand better – Study better – Achieve more • Interest in more about systems thinking? Tell us!!!
  • 9. RESOURCES