This is an excellent-excellent course and provides a good primer even to somebody (like me) who has only a very limited exposure to public health and none to the concepts of systems thinking.
The course is one of the best that I've attended on Coursera. This will be highly useful in my current course "Healthcare Operations Management" that I am offering for MBA students in India.
by Steve S•
I thought this course was top notch - the lectures were very well designed and course production quality was first rate. An excellent introduction to an important subject area.
by Vishnu G P•
This is a good course to pick up knowledge and skills on causal loop diagrams, stock and flow diagrams, agent based modelling and the relevant software needed to develop these.
by Ishani D•
It gives a very deep perspective of a particular program along with developing personal skills and also the course develops understanding the needs and necessaties around.
by Rajal B S•
This course is well structured and informative. The contents have been laid out in a clear and concise manner to help the learner gain and retain information with ease.
by Payel A•
I learned a lot. Although the concepts were familiar to me, the tools were not. The instructors did a great job at introducing the Vensim and NetLogo. Thanks a bunch!
by Mandeep S•
An extremely amazing course and the way the instructors have gone about explaining the things has been crystal clear. It gave me a lot of insight into this topic.
by OLANREWAJU A•
The course is very insightful. I learnt a lot of new concepts and I hope to spend more time to master the skill of using the great tools for creating models.
by Michael J•
Coming from a lean background, this really helped drive a deeper understanding and showed me some things I can add to my own practice with more confidence.
by Gina D•
Very worthwhile and challenging enough to know that I have learned more about the Systems Thinking concept in public health. Excellent course, thank you.
by Jose E M H•
Very good course to understand the concept of systems thinking and the modelling technique of systems dynamics applied to problems in health care.
by syed m r•
I request to develop a specialization focusing on system thinking covering spatial system dynamics, machine learning and system dynamics.
by Sophia R D•
This course really helps me in class. I'm a candidate for the Master of Healthcare Administration with a concentration in Informatics
by mohaddese s•
This course is a start for me to coursera and learning more and more... Thank you sooo much for all of things that presented here...
by Elizabeth M W•
I learned a lot from the course that provided both theoretical constructs and examples of practical applications of the learning.
by Stella O•
I'm thankful that I had the opportunity to participate in this course. It was a great course and I definitely learnt a lot.
by Elizabeth A M O•
Complex and very ilustrative course. I enjoyed it, although I think is it better to have some background knoweldge first.
by Edgar I•
It was a great dive into system thinking. It can be used not only in Public Health but also in other fields. Nice course.
by Nathaniel J•
Very well done. Gives students an overview of theory, and practical tools on two types of software to help build models.
by Helge T•
Excellent and accessible introduction to systems thinking as it relates to health. Thank you for putting this together.
by Nicholas B•
This was an excellent course and I will be integrated it into the systems thinking aspect of our MPH curriculum.
by Dr. S S•
Great learning to newer concepts especially Venism, Netlogo. Helped to sharpen my skills to Public Health System
by Chandrasekhar G•
Amazing course, useful in daily life that let you think in multiple perspectives before making strategic choices
by Jessie B•
It's a very hands-on and valuable course. And it's useful for all level public health workers or policy makers!
by JESÚS E C•
Very good course. Thanks I learned a lot. As feedback I suggest making the slides more dynamic, more enjoyable.
by Ricardo D•
Like the class - course can become subject to different interpretations - but is the nature of the topic.