Two items stopped me in my tracks this week. Sharing them here on my outboard memory so I don’t forget (and hopefully they will inspire you, too).
Stanford Medicine X
Here are the remarks I prepared for the Feb. 6, 2014, Engage & Empower Me class at Stanford Medical School. It’s a long post, so if you’d prefer to zone out, you can watch the video. In thinking about this class, I thought a good framing question for tonight is: How does change happen? How […]
Brett Alder and I spoke last night at Stanford Medical School’s Engage & Empower Me class: Today is a travel day for me, back to the East Coast, so any comments posted may wait in the queue — but please let me know what you think! I’ll post more about this event when I’m home, […]
I recently received an invitation to speak at a conference and quickly ran it through my standard criteria. It met 4 of the 5 — pretty impressive — so I agreed to a phone call with the organizers. They let me know right away that they are open to collaboration and suggestions, so I brought […]
Please join me in honoring and learning from caregivers, first by watching Sarah Kucharski’s powerful, personal story: Second, watch my talk about the bigger picture and how people can help: http://www.viddler.com/v/14c53db8 Now: what’s your story? What roles do you see for caregivers in health care or in your own life? Please share your thoughts in […]
The “What if health care…?” train rolled through Stanford’s campus during the Medicine X conference and a hashtag was elevated to a mainstage discussion. In the video below, I tell how #whatifhc began and talk a bit about why Twitter was a good place for the dream-sharing to start: Paul Costello framed the #whatifhc panel as […]