Researching the Impossible: The Utility of Agent-Based Models for Advancing Public Health Policy and Implementation Science

Date: Thursday, January 28, 2016

Time: 2:00-3:00 PM ET

Category: Methods & Designs

Systems science methods have become increasingly important for studying the most challenging public health problems. This webinar provides a general overview of agent-based modeling (ABM) methods, then discusses the utility of these methods for studying the design and implementation of new policy and practices related to chronic diseases, and specific advantages of ABMs for D&I science.


Dr. Doug Luke

Dr. Doug Luke

Organization: Washington University in St Loius