whole-systems approach

whole-systems approach

A strategic integrated approach to planning and delivering services in the UK which, on a local level, encompasses local health and social service provision and any other service that impacts on such care.
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The onus then is on scaling up -- but doing it thoughtfully, taking a whole-systems approach so we get the best from what technology can offer.
The Strategic Transport Project Review will set out the infrastructure investment priorities, taking a whole-systems approach to deliver the outcomes we are seeking for Scotland's economy, climate change, health and tackling inequalities.
It's critical to take a whole-systems approach to building design and construction.
These goals cannot be achieved in the life of a single parliamentary term: a consistent, long-term, whole-systems approach is needed to maximise the UK's potential.
The authors cover the scope and scale of the challenge inherent in whole-systems approach to design and construction, the whole systems approach, designing buildings for the future, working with nature and natural systems, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
"Our homes, while maintaining a charming, historic aesthetic, are able to achieve the highest levels of certification by utilizing a proprietary whole-systems approach to home construction.
This seminar offers a whole-systems approach to the building process.
We need a whole-systems approach. Hospitals cannot work in isolation and must appreciate the pressures being experienced in general practice, the support the community services can offer and to recognise the crucial role the social services have to play.
The macro-level, whole-systems approach that so many use is problematic because it is difficult to gain more than superficial knowledge of a country when four or five countries are explored in a semester.