The Managing Complexity in Public Health: An Approach to Adaptive & Collaborative Learning self-study discusses and demonstrates how adaptive and collaborative learning can help peers and colleagues to respond to complex issues and situations often encountered in public health. The self-study provides an overview of adaptive and collaborative learning, discusses differences between technical and adaptive challenges and approaches, and then describes and provides a simulated demonstration of how an adaptive, collaborative learning approach can be applied through a specific and structured small group process.
This 1.0 hour self-study training is comprised of eight short modules, two practitioner testimonials, and multiple resources, including:
– Overview of Adaptive & Collaborative Learning
– Action Learning Process
– Action Learning Demo – Problem Identification
– Action Learning Demo – Fly on the Wall
– Action Learning Demo – Program Holder Reflection
– Action Learning Demo – Group Reflection
– Key Take Aways & Resources
Click on the links below to access the resource. All links will open a new browser tab.