Are you a graduate student or research fellow working on complexity-related research? Would you like to discuss your work with major scholars in the field? Now is the time to prepare for the 1st annual “COMPLEXITY IN PROGRESS” workshop to be held at the 3rd annual Systems and Complexity in Health conference at The George Washington University.
The Complexity in Progress workshop (CIP) provides an excellent opportunity to discuss your research in an informal, collegial roundtable setting along side scholars and investigators from around the world. CIP is intended to help scholars develop a research paper, research proposal, conceptual work, or to organize initial thoughts. Each roundtable will have multiple participants to provide feedback to early-stage scholars, allowing plenty of time for discussion. The workshop is designed to allow junior scholars the opportunity to receive detailed feedback from scholars who have published more widely on systems and complexity in health.
The theme for the 3rd Systems and Complexity Science for Healthcare Conference is “Embracing Complexity in Health: The Transformation of Science, Practice, and Policy.” We welcome abstracts from doctoral students or fellows on works in progress related to this theme or others within the scope of complexity science, health, and public policy. Abstracts should be no longer than 300 words. Depending on the research methodology abstracts can be either formally structured according to Background, Aim & Objectives, Methodology, Results and Conclusions, or in a narrative style.
Please fill out the form below to submit an abstract. Please email if you have any questions or issues submitting your abstract.