Steward Mennin publishes a blog article via the Human Systems Dynamics Institute. Using adaptive action and pattern logic lenses, he explores successes and failures he has experienced when trying to innovate primary care curriculum.


What were you doing in 1977? I was a new assistant professor of anatomy at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine. It was the only medical school in a poor and medically underserved State with 23 indigenous Native American tribes and tens of thousands of people living at or below the poverty level along its border with Mexico. The state legislature asked the medical school to address these issues......

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