In this brief account we suggest that many features of this case can be characterized in terms of complex adaptive systems. Such systems are increasingly being used as a way of understanding the nature of health, health systems and the development of health policy. (See our recent report Towards a New Perspective on Health Policy, which can be downloaded from our site: http://www.healthandeverything.org.) There is not enough space here to provide a full account of such systems. Instead, we will use the Walkerton case as an example to illustrate some of their features.
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