Transdisciplinary Problem Solving:Implementing Public Health Interventions       in Developing Countries           Ramesh ...
Traditional Approaches to                Problem Solving                              Unidisciplinary                     ...
Our tools of inquiry may beinadequate for complex problems
We Require Transdisciplinary                 Thinking“Transdisciplinarity is a process in which teammembers representing d...
We Require Transdisciplinary                 Thinking“Transdisciplinarity is a process in which teammembers representing d...
We Require Transdisciplinary                 Thinking“Transdisciplinarity is a process in which teammembers representing d...
We Require Transdisciplinary                 Thinking“Transdisciplinarity is a process in which teammembers representing d...
We Require Transdisciplinary                 Thinking“Transdisciplinarity is a process in which teammembers representing d...
Brown School’s first overseas“immersion” course inTransdisciplinary Problem Solving
Cardiovascular Diseases   Diarrheal DiseaseMaternal and Child Health      Oral Cancer       Oral Health
Thank you,  ICTPH
GlossaryHMIS: Health Management Information SystemPISP: Population-level Individual ScreeningProtocolSVG: SughaVazhvu Guid...
Our students…
Opening Presentation - Prof. Raghavan
Opening Presentation - Prof. Raghavan
Opening Presentation - Prof. Raghavan
Opening Presentation - Prof. Raghavan
Opening Presentation - Prof. Raghavan
Opening Presentation - Prof. Raghavan
Opening Presentation - Prof. Raghavan
Opening Presentation - Prof. Raghavan
Opening Presentation - Prof. Raghavan
Opening Presentation - Prof. Raghavan
Opening Presentation - Prof. Raghavan
Opening Presentation - Prof. Raghavan
Opening Presentation - Prof. Raghavan
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This is the opening presentation by Prof. Ramesh Raghavan on July 21, 2011 in Chennai on the Concluding Day of the Trans Disciplinary Problem Solving Course: co-taught by Washington University in St. Louis and ICTPH.

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Opening Presentation - Prof. Raghavan

  1. 1. Transdisciplinary Problem Solving:Implementing Public Health Interventions in Developing Countries Ramesh Raghavan Ravikumar Chockalingam
  2. 2. Traditional Approaches to Problem Solving Unidisciplinary Multidisciplinary InterdisciplinaryStokols et al. The science of team science. Am J Prev Med 2008;35(2S):S77–S89
  3. 3. Our tools of inquiry may beinadequate for complex problems
  4. 4. We Require Transdisciplinary Thinking“Transdisciplinarity is a process in which teammembers representing different fields worktogether over extended periods to developshared conceptual and methodologic frameworksthat not only integrate but also transcend theirrespective disciplinary perspectives.”Stokols et al. The science of team science. Am J Prev Med 2008;35(2S):S77–S89
  5. 5. We Require Transdisciplinary Thinking“Transdisciplinarity is a process in which teammembers representing different fields worktogether over extended periods to developshared conceptual and methodologic frameworksthat not only integrate but also transcend theirrespective disciplinary perspectives.”Stokols et al. The science of team science. Am J Prev Med 2008;35(2S):S77–S89
  6. 6. We Require Transdisciplinary Thinking“Transdisciplinarity is a process in which teammembers representing different fields worktogether over extended periods to developshared conceptual and methodologic frameworksthat not only integrate but also transcend theirrespective disciplinary perspectives.”Stokols et al. The science of team science. Am J Prev Med 2008;35(2S):S77–S89
  7. 7. We Require Transdisciplinary Thinking“Transdisciplinarity is a process in which teammembers representing different fields worktogether over extended periods todevelop shared conceptual and methodologicframeworks that not only integrate but alsotranscend their respective disciplinaryperspectives.”Stokols et al. The science of team science. Am J Prev Med 2008;35(2S):S77–S89
  8. 8. We Require Transdisciplinary Thinking“Transdisciplinarity is a process in which teammembers representing different fields worktogether over extended periods to developshared conceptual and methodologic frameworksthat not only integrate but also transcendtheir respective disciplinaryperspectives.”Stokols et al. The science of team science. Am J Prev Med 2008;35(2S):S77–S89
  9. 9. Brown School’s first overseas“immersion” course inTransdisciplinary Problem Solving
  10. 10. Cardiovascular Diseases Diarrheal DiseaseMaternal and Child Health Oral Cancer Oral Health
  11. 11. Thank you, ICTPH
  12. 12. GlossaryHMIS: Health Management Information SystemPISP: Population-level Individual ScreeningProtocolSVG: SughaVazhvu Guide (community healthworker)
  13. 13. Our students…

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