Hálózatkutatás a népegészségügy területén - áttekintő közlemény [Network analysis in the field of public health - review]

Varsányi Péter, Vokó Zoltán

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A közlemény célja, hogy áttekintse az utóbbi években egyre több területen elfogadottá váló hálózatkutatási módszerek népegészségügy területén történő alkalmazásának lehetőségeit és tapasztalatait, valamint hogy bátorítsa a szakembereket és kutatókat a módszer minél szélesebb körben való felhasználására. A bemutatott közleményeket áttekintve egyértelműnek látszik, hogy ennek az újfajta elemzési módszernek helye van a modern népegészségügyben. Az így keletkező információk fontos segítséget nyújthatnak a szakembereknek a lakosság egészség-magatartásának megértésében és ezáltal hatásos népegészségügyi beavatkozások megvalósításában.

The aim of this publication is to review the opportunities and experiences of using network science in the field of public health, and to encourage professionals and researchers to use this method as widely as possible. The reviewed publications prove that this new method has a place in modern public health, the results of network analyses can be used to help public health professionals to understand health behaviour more, therefore, to plan more effective public health interventions.

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hálózatkutatás; rendszertudomány; összetett rendszerek; népegészségügy; viselkedés változtatás; network analysis; systems science; complex systems; public health; behaviour change

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