Professor Diane Finegood
Scientific Advisory Committee
Professor Diane Finegood is one of the world’s leading experts in systems thinking, based at Simon Fraser University (SFU) in Vancouver, Canada. She is a member of the Prevention Centre’s Scientific Advisory Committee.
Diane is currently a Professor and Fellow in the Morris J Wosk Centre for Dialogue. Before her return to SFU in July 2017, Diane served for five years as the President and CEO of the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research. She also served as inaugural Scientific Director of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Nutrition, Metabolism and Diabetes. Recently she took on the part-time role of Executive Director of the Canadian Health Services and Policy Research Alliance.
Professor Diane Finegood's projects
Professor Diane Finegood's resources
Complex is not the same as complicatedResource category: ReportsDate
A guiding principle for systems work
How to measure success using a systems approach?
How can I use systems thinking in my chronic disease prevention research?
Why use a systems approach in chronic disease prevention research?
Practical strategies to mobilise knowledge in complex systems
The food industry: Friend or foe?