The International Society of Systems and Complexity Sciences for Health is a learning community of professionals, citizens and scientists devoted to using insights and methods from SYSTEMS and COMPLEXITY sciences to improve the health, well-being and healthcare of people and communities worldwide.

The goals of the Society are:

  • To enable and organize a social movement that promotes and applies complexity and systems sciences to improve the health, well-being and health care of people and communities
  • To connect individuals utilizing complexity and systems sciences approaches including, but not limited to:
    • Interests and concepts (ideas, not methods)
    • Organizational and social change methods
    • Analytic methods
  • To identify and share information about high leverage actions that enable rapid system changes that improve health, well-being and health care for individuals and communities
  • To share knowledge with policy makers, administrators, financiers, educators and the community at large about the nature and value of complexity and systems sciences in health, well-being and health care
  • Conducting educational conferences, meetings and disseminating knowledge
  • To facilitate research and advocacy about the use of complexity and systems sciences in health, well-being and health care
  • To create and maintain one or more communication platforms to foster collaboration among the members of the movement