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Thinking/Decision Tools and Systems Science

Comments on Tools for Thinking, David Brooks, NYT, Mar 28, 2011
Systems science provides the framework for the concepts of emergence, systems inter-relationships, etc. Looking at any societal/ecologic problem will reveal deviations from such a dynamic framework. The health care system or even terrorism provide such examples. See references for further information.
Janecka IP: Is the U.S. Health Care an Appropriate System? A strategic perspective from systems science. Health Research Policy and Systems 2009, 7:1
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Janecka IP: Cancer control through principles of systems science, complexity, and chaos theory: A model. Int J Med Sci 2007; 4:164-173.
Janecka IP: Cycles, Systems Science, and Biologic Entities: A Translational View (in Cell Cycle Control: New Research. Nova Publishers, New York   
Janecka IP: Terrorism and Cancer: Striking Similarities. Pl & Reconst Surg 110:697-698, 2002