Courses offered by our network of nine academic institutions. These include courses related to implementation science study, theory, design, methodologies and tools, as well as convergence, complex system integration, data science and knowledge mobilization.
Implementation Lab: Design Thinking for SMART Healthy Cities
Participants take a transdisciplinary approach and work together to address topics related to Smart Healthy Cities through implementation science and design thinking in a virtual lab. Cross-institution student teams will form to ensure a balance of background and disciplinary expertise. Teams will evaluate real-world projects to test, prototype and develop solutions that meet the defined program needs. This course will promote the application of knowledge gained through the Training Platform, including the SMART Methods Café.
Agent-based models are computational simulation models, applied in a wide range of disciplines, across the social sciences, used to explore complex problems. This class provides an accessible introduction to agent/individual based models and the complex problems they are used to explore.