Podcasts

Tim Carey Interview

Podcast

Professor Tim Carey is the Director of the Centre for Remote Health in Alice Springs. He is a clinician and researcher interested in enhancing patient control in health care settings.

Alison Tothy interview

Podcast

As a physician leader, Alison Tothy, MD is dedicated to driving transformational change to align patient experience and engagement with organizational missions, visions, and strategies. With a focus on reconnecting people to what matters most to them, she is a forward thinking innovator dedicated to constructing an engaging and collaborative culture that builds organizational growth, employee and physician engagement, and customer loyalty.

Amanda Lenehan interview

Amanda Lenehan is a passionate advocate for the Type 1 Diabetes community, a peer support mentor and fundraiser. Amanda has now written and illustrated “Peeking into Type 1 Diabetes”

Dr. Joyce Lee

Dr. Joyce Lee is the Robert P. Kelch, MD Research Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Michigan Medical School. She is a designer, health outcomes researcher, and clinical specialist in diabetes. Her work focuses on the creation of learning health systems using the methods of clinical informatics, quality improvement, and patient-centered participatory design, and the integration of the maker movement into healthcare. You can find her on Twitter https://twitter.com/joyclee and at http://www.doctorasdesigner.com/.

Haidee Thanda

Hacking Health in Ottawa

Haidee Thanda is the lead educational technologist for the Ontario Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner Program. Much of her work has focused on building interdisciplinary networks and programs to improve care delivery and health outcomes. She also serves as the founder and director of Hacking Health in Ottawa, a rapidly growing volunteer powered non-profit that breaks down barriers to innovation by inviting technology creators and healthcare professionals to collaborate on realistic and human-centric solutions that maximize impact on front-line problems