This workshop introduces participants to key concepts, theory, methods, and tools of agent-based modeling (ABM) for application in complex public health and healthcare contexts. Using health and healthcare examples, this workshop guides participants to the nuts and bolts of ABM (i.e., designing, building, extending, creating, analyzing, simulating, verifying, validating, and replicating ABM), using AnyLogic©. The goal is to convey an understanding of how ABM can be used together with traditional analytical methods, including epidemiological and biostatistical methods, systematic reviews, and meta-analyses. This should help participants to develop their own AB models, and prepare them to make sound decisions, and to design more effective policies in public health and healthcare.