There’s a better way to think about critical
issues facing our society.
In a revolutionary new book, preventive medicine and public
health expert Donald Louria, MD argues that conventional
problem solving has only led to bigger, more intractable
problems: a worsening diabetes epidemic, anti-drug
policies that spawn more drug abuse, a soon-to-be
bankrupt Medicare system and an overpopulated
planet unprepared for the ramifications of increased
life expectancies. Societally connected systems
thinking is an innovative way to solve these
looming disasters and provides a better perspective
to address the big issues of our time.
Dr. Louria, chairman emeritus of the Department
of Preventive Medicine and Community Health
at New Jersey Medical School and former
president of the New York State Council on
Drug Addiction, reTHINKS seven critical
issues, and using societally connected
systems thinking, offers a more effective
approach to preventing or solving them.
Watch the video.
Read Dr. Louria's latest op-ed piece