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The Health Design Podcast brought to you by the Journal of Health Design. Features interviews with the world's leading health design experts including clinicians, designers, patients, authors and researchers. Better health by design.

The Health Design Podcast brought to you by the Journal of Health Design. Features interviews with the world's leading health design experts including clinicians, designers, patients, authors and researchers. Better health by design.
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Australia

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The Health Design Podcast brought to you by the Journal of Health Design. Features interviews with the world's leading health design experts including clinicians, designers, patients, authors and researchers. Better health by design.

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English


Episodes

Amy Willans Interview

5/23/2019
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Amy Willans is an award-winning mental health advocate, Peer Support Worker, and author who lives and works in Edmonton, Canada. She is co-creator of Fighting Normal, a multi-discipline art installation that explores the stigma surrounding mental illness; and a public speaker who uses her personal story of living with schizoaffective disorder to affect positive social change.

Duration:00:23:03

Ian Hargraves Interview

5/14/2019
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Ian Hargraves PhD is a designer, shared decision making researcher, and assistant professor of medicine with the Mayo Clinic Knowledge and Evaluation Research Unit in Rochester Minnesota. Originally from New Zealand where he trained as an industrial designer at Victoria University Wellington, Ian holds a Masters and Ph.D. in design from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA. At the Mayo Clinic, Ian leads the human-centered design of shared decision making interventions developed to...

Duration:00:09:24

Marion Mass Interview

5/7/2019
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Marion Mass attended Penn State University, Duke Medical School and did her training in pediatrics at Northwestern’s Robert Lurie Children’s Hospital. She has worked in the hospital, ER, nursery, delivery room, outpatient practice, and urgent care settings. She twice run non-partisan symposiums on Medical Care at the Library of Congress in Washington DC. Most recently at the free to care conference on April 1, 2019. Marion is the winner of the 2018 R William Alexander Award , recognized by...

Duration:00:24:42

Marc Succi Interview

5/2/2019
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A graduate of Harvard Medical School, Marc previously conducted research in medical devices at MIT and is currently a physician at the Massachusetts General Hospital. He created 2 Minute Medicine during his medical training years as a way to keep current with high-impact medical literature while researching in a lab away from the hospital.

Duration:00:21:20

Jake Poore Interview

4/16/2019
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Jake Poore is President and Chief Experience Officer of Integrated Loyalty Systems, a company whose mission is to elevate the human side of healthcare.

Duration:00:25:02

James Lloyd Michener Interview

4/15/2019
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J. Lloyd Michener, MD, is Professor of Community and Family Medicine, Director of the Duke Center for Community Research, and Clinical Professor in the Duke School of Nursing. He co-chairs the Community Engagement Steering Committee for the Clinical Translation Science Awards of the NIH, and is a member of the Board of the Association of American Medical Colleges[AT2] . Dr. Michener is Past President of the Association for Prevention Teaching and Research and received the APTR Duncan Clark...

Duration:00:17:58

Deborah Peel Interview

4/3/2019
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Deborah C. Peel, MD is the Founder & President of Patient Privacy Rights and the world’s leading advocate for patients’ rights to control the use of personal health information in electronic systems. She is also a practicing physician and Freudian psychoanalyst. She became an expert and privacy warrior to stop patients from being harmed.

Duration:00:18:03

Deborah Heiser Interview

3/26/2019
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Deborah Heiser, PhD holds a degree in Applied Developmental Psychology with a specialty in aging. She has a 20 year track record of award winning research, presentationg, consulting and coaching.

Duration:00:17:47

Dan Gordon Interview

3/21/2019
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Dan Gordon Interview by Moyez Jiwa

Duration:00:16:34

Maggie Breslin

3/19/2019
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Maggie is the director of The Patient Revolution, an action and advocacy movement for careful and kind patient care; arming patients, clinicians, and the public with the tools, resources and support they need to tell their stories and agitate for change in healthcare. She has spent over a decade as a designer and researcher in the healthcare space, including 7 years at the Mayo Clinic’s Center for Innovation. She teaches in the Design for Social Innovation program at the School of Visual...

Duration:00:11:03

Stephen Brown Interview

3/12/2019
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Stephen Brown, MSW LCSW, is a faculty member and Director of Preventive Emergency Medicine in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences System (UI Health). He earned his first degree in business marketing in 1984 from Northern Illinois University. During the next 13 years, he worked at Motorola’s Computer Systems Division as systems engineer, account executive, and product marketing manager. In 1998, he went on sabbatical to complete a...

Duration:00:18:46

Victor Montori Interview

2/27/2019
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Dr. Victor Montori is Professor of Medicine at Mayo Clinic. He is a practicing endocrinologist, researcher, and author and a recognized expert in evidence-based medicine and shared decision-making. Dr. Montori developed the concept of minimally disruptive medicine and works to advance person-centered care for patients with diabetes and other chronic conditions. He is the author of Why We Revolt – a Patient Revolution for Careful and Kind Care.

Duration:00:17:01

Christopher Shaw interview

2/19/2019
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Christopher Shaw is a specialist consultant in mental health design, and has over 28 years’ experience in healthcare architecture. He enjoyed long involvement with the Medical Architecture Research Unit (MARU) at the now London South Bank University prior to founding Medical Architecture in 1991, where he has since driven the global growth of the company. A passionate advocate for evidence based design, significant elements of his day-today work involve the research and evaluation of...

Duration:00:21:15

Helen Parker podcast

2/12/2019
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Helen Parker, Director of Strategic Development, Pinnacle Ventures, New Zealand. Helen Parker’s UK clinical, managerial and academic career in health care spanned 30 years. After a career in district nursing and practice nursing, Helen spent some years developing and managing NHS integrated community services as a Director on Primary Care Trusts. She was also a member of the Department of Health Transforming Community Services Board. From 2005-2009 Helen was a Senior Fellow and the...

Duration:00:16:58