Podcasts

David Rakel Podcast Part 1/5

Dr. Rakel started his career near the Teton Mountains in Driggs, Idaho where he was in rural private practice for five years before completing a two-year residential fellowship in integrative medicine at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center. He was the founder and director of the University of Wisconsin Integrative Medicine Program and was awarded tenure in the department of family medicine at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health in 2010.Dr. Rakel recently accepted the position of Professor and Chair of the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque

Jack Kreindler Podcast

Dr. Jack Kreindler is a Director of CHHP and Head of Health Optimisation and Specialist Medicine. Jack’s background is in emergency medicine, with a special interest in high altitude physiology. Jack is a medical technology entrepreneur in the areas of wireless biosensors and artificial intelligence. He also lectures internationally on health risk management, performance optimization and the future of medicine as well as practicing Emergency medicine sessionally at the Whittington Hospital NHS Trust, London.

Azmina Karimi Interview

Azmina is a Service and Experience Designer driven by improving the quality of life. With a background at design consultancies, creative agencies and technology companies, she has spent the last several years fueling valuable product and service innovations in the healthcare, self-help and non-profit domains. Bringing strong customer service experience, she dives deep into the problem space to truly understand people and their pain points, and strives to bring maximum value to each interaction. Azmina is part of the founding team and board of directors for P.ink - Personal Ink, a 501c3 organization that helps breast cancer survivors in their healing journey after a mastectomy through tattoos. Hailing from Vancouver, BC, she is currently based in New York.

Victoria Palmer Interview

Dr Victoria Palmer is an interdisciplinary researcher trained in applied ethics and the humanities. She leads the Integrated Mental Health Research Program in The Department of General Practice at the University of Melbourne. Victoria and her team recently led a world first cluster randomized controlled trial of mental health experience co-design with 287 severe mental illness, 61 of their carers and over 100 staff within the community mental health setting in Australia—The CORE Study (2013-2017).  Victoria’s current work is focused on addressing the cardiovascular risk crises facing people living with severe mental illness and development of an ethics of participatory health

Charlotte Weston Interview

Charlotte Weston is Lead Nurse for Teenage and Young Adults at The Royal Marsden hospital. Her interests include service development and transformation, leading on projects using experience-based co-design.