Agnes T Black interview

As the Director, Health Service & Clinical Research and Knowledge Translation at Providence Health Care in Vancouver, BC, Canada, Aggie is responsible for developing programs to support clinicians to engage with research to enhance their evidence-based practice, as well as supporting them to conduct research. She leads several knowledge translation initiatives at Providence Health Care, and developed the PHC Practice-based Research Challenge, a program that pairs teams of clinicians with mentors and patient partners to conduct small-scale research projects. 

Chloe Edridge and Grace Jeremy Interview

Chloe Edridge Chloe is a researcher from The Anna Freud Centre. Her work focuses on promoting well-being and resilience in young people, with a particular focus on digital tools. Grace Jeremy Grace works to improve young people's experience of mental and physical health care, and also works as a mental health activist, educator and speaker.

Dan Formosa podcast

Dan Formosa is an expert in design and research, based in New York and working worldwide to help companies and organizations achieve greater impact through the power of design.

Stuart Green podcast

Stuart Green is Public Health Research Fellow in the School of Public Health, Imperial College London. He has been a member of the National Institute of Health Research Collaboration for leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) for Northwest London since its inception in October 2008, which aims to translate research evidence into practice to improve patient care. His research broadly focuses on the implementation of clinical guidelines.

Susan Mazer interview (2)

Susan E. Mazer, Ph.D. is a thought-leader on the environment of care as it impacts the patient experience. Her many published articles and white papers provide a unique and evidence-informed foundation for solutions to the unique challenges of the patient experience. Currently, she is the President-CEO and Co-Founder of Healing HealthCare Systems, which produces The C.A.R.E. Channel.