Thinking about population health …

Population health has been defined in many ways, of which this opening gambit from Wikipedia is a good example, "the health outcomes of a group of individuals, including the distribution of such outcomes within the group".[1] I think that’s a bit dry! I like to think of population health at the scale of a community; with... Continue Reading →

From Deductive to Inductive to Abductive …?

Three ways of thinking that it's definitely worth getting your head around. Not the best descriptions of each I've ever read, but conveniently, all three on one Wikipedia page: Deductive reasoning (deduction) allows deriving b from a only where b is a formal logical consequence of a. In other words, deduction derives the consequences of... Continue Reading →

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