"Simple, complicated, or complex? What difference might this make to the way we would understand and work with a school as a system? This book invites interrogation of these concepts. More effective and more sustainable change processes may result. Readers from both the education and health sectors will keenly identify with the analyses presented here. Immensely valuable and readable, this introductory text embraces diverse contexts and makes sense of them." Penelope Hawe, International Collaboration on Complex Interventions, Population Health Intervention Research Centre, University of Calgary, Canada
Nastaran, Keshavarz Mohammadi.
She is an assistant professor in health promotion who lives in Iran. Her works in recent years have been focused on application of complexity perspectives in settings health promotion, the journey started during her PhD studies in the University of Sydney.