If you’re a regular reader of my blog, you may have noticed that the new design requires a big “featured image” at the top of every post. It’s an interesting creative challenge to illustrate some of the themes I bring out — peer health advice, medical errors, health data… Luckily, Regina Holliday generously posts gorgeous […]
The Walking Gallery
On this Giving Tuesday, consider donating money to support Regina Holliday’s latest project: The Walking Gallery Center for Arts and Healing.
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 […]
One of my hosts for Salud 2.0 Euskadi, Gonzalo Bacigalupe, in our jackets painted by Regina Holliday, in front of the Guggenheim Museum. Yes, it was that beautiful. Every day.
If you haven’t seen The Walking Gallery firsthand, consider attending the next powwow, in Kansas City, MO, September 21-23, 2012, at the Partnership for Patients meeting. I can’t wait to Do yourself a favor and read Regina Holliday’s explanation of her latest painting, “Bone Black,” about my friend Catherine Fairchild (right). Until then Also, read […]