Social Determinants of Population Health: A Systems Sciences Approach.

Abstract

Population distributions of health emerge from the complex interplay of health-related factors at multiple levels, from the biological to the societal level. Individuals are aggregated within social networks, affected by their locations, and influenced differently across time. From aggregations of individuals, group properties can emerge, including some… (More)

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@article{Fink2016SocialDO, title={Social Determinants of Population Health: A Systems Sciences Approach.}, author={David S Fink and Katherine M. Keyes and M. E. Barrera Cerda}, journal={Current epidemiology reports}, year={2016}, volume={3 1}, pages={98-105} }