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Shared insights of Ecosystemic Perspectives, Neuroscience and Psychology – A critical meeting of the BCSSS Research Group “Systems Medicine and Healthcare Systems”

Prof. Dr.Dr.Dr. Felix Tretter, leader of the BCSSS Research Group “Systems Medicine and Healthcare Systems”, invited to two meetings on the subject of “Ecosystemic Perspectives in Psychology”. On two days in November 2017 the group discussed from an (Eco)Systemic point of view various disciplines of Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, Clinical Psychology…

Systemic Design for Future Mobility at the IIID Traffic & Transport Forum 2017 in Linz, Austria

Stefan Blachfellner, Managing Director of the Bertalanffy Center for the Study of the Systems Science, was an invited speaker at the IIID Traffic & Transport Forum in Linz, Austria, 23 – 24 November 2017, organized by the International Institute for Information Design (IIID) and the International Association of Public Transport (UITP)….

BCSSS Research Group “Systems Medicine and Healthcare Systems” joined a promising programme during the ISSS2017 Vienna

In the framework of the ISSS2017 Vienna in July 2017 one of the conference days focused on “From Public Health to Health Systems”. Following that programme the BCSSS Research Group “Systems Medicine and Healthcare Systems” joined the day and Prof. Dr.Dr.Dr. Felix Tretter, leader of the research group, attended a…

May 30th 2017. Book Launch! Social Morphogenesis: Five Years of Inquiring Into Social Change

We are pleased to announce the presentation of the Springer book series “Social Morphogenesis” on May 30th 2017 at the the British Library in London. The Centre for Social Ontology (CSO) carried out five workshops of experts from different fields in a yearly interval, starting in January 2012 and ending…