Upcoming events

July 7, 2015, in College Park, MD: I will be part of the FDA Food Safety Challenge Demo Day, when finalists present their concepts for speeding up detection methods for Salmonella in fresh produce.

Aug. 5, 2015, in New Orleans, LA: I will be the opening keynote speaker at the annual meeting of the American Association of Diabetes Educators.

September 25-27, 2015, in Palo Alto, CA: I will speak at Stanford Medicine X. (Read my posts about #medx.)

September 29, 2015, in San Francisco, CA: I will speak at the Rock Health Summit.

October 5, 2015, in Santa Clara, CA: I will speak at Health 2.0. (Read my posts about #health2con.)

November 20, 2015, in Palo Alto, CA: I will speak at the annual DiabetesMine Innovation Summit.

Some past appearances:

May 14, 2015, in San Diego, CA: I was part of the Quantified Self Public Health symposium. (Read my notes from last year’s event.)

April 2, 2015: I emcee’d the Data for Health report release event in Washington, DC. I put together a Storify to capture the #Data4Health online conversation.

March 19, 2015 – I helped lead a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation workshop at TED2015. Mike Painter’s blog post tells the story.

November 19, 2014 – I spoke at America’s Health Insurance Plans Ops/Tech Forum in Phoenix, AZ. This SmartBlog write-up beautifully captured the points I shared.

July 1, 2014, on the island of Gotland, Sweden: I spoke at an event sponsored by Dagens Samhälle, a weekly newsmagazine, and Telia, the telecommunications company, held during Almedalen, a week-long celebration of open debate about social issues. The video of my talk is below or you can read about it in this post: How did we get here? And where are we going?

And here is an example of a shorter speech, delivered at Health 2.0 in Santa Clara, CA:

One thought on “Upcoming events

  1. Great to see your list Susannah, I’ve been in the process of making mine as well. I was hoping to attend Medicine X, but didn’t get a patient scholarship, so I’ll try again next year. For rare disease, I found the World Orphan Drug Congress especially helpful and they are working to integrate the patient voice much more. Also, Rare Disease Day events on the hill was a great place to network and make our voice heard, but less of a conference like setting.

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