Hypertension Intervention generalised
Modified from Mark Paich et al. 's book: Pharmaceutical product strategy. Fig 4.7 p 69.
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An infinite number of mathematicians walk into a bar. The first one tells the bartender he wants a beer. The second one says he wants half a beer. The third one says he wants a fourth of a beer. The bartender puts two beers on the bar and says “You guys need to learn your limits.” From http://wildaboutmath.com/2011/09/22/609/
A Rich Picture Story representation of ED overcrowding based on Using system dynamics principles for conceptual modelling of publicly funded hospitals] by HJ Wong et al Journal of the Operational Research Society 63, 79-88 (January 2012) | doi:10.1057/jors.2010.164 Click the +view story on the bo
From Evans RG and Stoddardt GL 1990 paper Soc Sci Med 31(12)1347-63 , also published in a book by Evans, Barer and Marmor, Why are some people healthy and others not?: The determinants of population health. We add impacts of spending and a "Thermostat" setting for population health controlling health spending.
The model starts in 1900. In the year 2000 you get the chance to set a new emission target and nominal time to reach it. Your aim is to have atmospheric CO2 stabilise at about 400 ppmv in 2100
From Sterman, John D. (2008) Risk Communication on Climate: Mental Models and Mass Balance. Science 322 (24 October): 532-533