– Meredith Gould, aptly summarizing a key discussion point for our upcoming panel, “Communicating the experience of illness in the digital age.” (TMI stands for “too much information.”) We are flipping the panel, posting ideas and sparking conversations in advance so that when we arrive at Stanford Medicine X, the on-stage event will be one more […]
Stanford Medicine X
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).
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 […]