Rwjf Podcasts

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Sinopsis

Welcome to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's (RWJF) Pioneering Ideas podcasta podcast for people interested in exploring cutting-edge ideas and emerging trends. We seek to inspire new thinking, spark aha! moments and cultivate rich, ongoing conversations. Join us each episode as we talk with visionary thinkers in and outside of health care and discover together new ways to build a Culture of Health. RWJF is the largest U.S. philanthropy devoted solely to improving health in the United States. We are committed to building a Culture of Health, enabling all Americans to live healthier lives now and for generations to come.

Episodios

  • Wellness in a Networked World: RWJF Pioneering Ideas Podcast Episode 8

    Wellness in a Networked World: RWJF Pioneering Ideas Podcast Episode 8

    26/02/2015 Duración: 01h05min

    The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Pioneering Ideas Podcast explores cutting edge ideas and emerging trends with the potential to improve health and health care for all Americans. In this episode we explore a new batch of cutting-edge ideas with the potential to build a Culture of Health. We explore how technology can promote well-being by connecting us to our essential self; what our knowledge of social relationships—and social media—can mean for how we design our communities; and how institutions can create organizational cultures where health and socially conscious innovation thrive. Learn more about the ideas explored in this episode at: http://www.rwjf.org/en/blogs/culture-of-health/2015/03/wellness_in_a_networ.html

  • Stress Connections: RWJF Pioneering Ideas Podcast Episode 7

    Stress Connections: RWJF Pioneering Ideas Podcast Episode 7

    29/01/2015 Duración: 52min

    The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Pioneering Ideas Podcast explores cutting edge ideas and emerging trends with the potential to improve health and health care for all Americans. In this episode we explore a new batch of cutting-edge ideas with the potential to build a Culture of Health. We explore how technology can promote well-being by connecting us to our essential self; what our knowledge of social relationships—and social media—can mean for how we design our communities; and how institutions can create organizational cultures where health and socially conscious innovation thrive.: http://www.rwjf.org/en/blogs/culture-of-health/2015/01/unconventional_approaches_to_stress.html

  • Rethinking Poverty, Sharing Provider Notes, and More: RWJF Pioneering Ideas Podcast Episode 6

    Rethinking Poverty, Sharing Provider Notes, and More: RWJF Pioneering Ideas Podcast Episode 6

    01/10/2014 Duración: 44min

    The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Pioneering Ideas Podcast explores cutting edge ideas and emerging trends with the potential to improve health and health care for all Americans. This episode looks at innovations that ask, “What if?” We explore simple shifts in perspective, from doctors sharing notes with patients to rethinking how we help those in poverty, and we hear a historian’s take on building a Culture of Health. Learn more about the ideas explored in this episode at: http://www.rwjf.org/en/blogs/pioneering-ideas/2014/10/podcast_episode_6.html

  • Microbiomes, Ideas for Measuring a Culture of Health  More: RWJF Pioneering Ideas Podcast Episode 5

    Microbiomes, Ideas for Measuring a Culture of Health & More: RWJF Pioneering Ideas Podcast Episode 5

    25/07/2014 Duración: 39min

    The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Pioneering Ideas Podcast explores cutting edge ideas and emerging trends with the potential to improve health and health care for all Americans. This episode covers medical conspiracy theories, the ripple effects of not getting enough sleep, microbiomes and our built environment and ideas for measuring a Culture of Health. For more information about this podcast, please visit http://www.rwjf.org/en/blogs/pioneering-ideas/2014/07/podcast_episode_5.html.

  • MakerNurse, Visualizing Health Data  More: RWJF Pioneering Ideas Podcast Episode 4

    MakerNurse, Visualizing Health Data & More: RWJF Pioneering Ideas Podcast Episode 4

    09/05/2014 Duración: 31min

    In the fourth episode of RWJF's Pioneering Ideas podcast, we cover nurses innovating at the bedside, alternative marketplaces and up-cycling impacts on community health, our new data initiative Visualizing Health, and highlights from the TED 2014 master class led by entrepreneur-in-residence Thomas Goetz. For more information about this podcast please visit http://www.rwjf.org/en/blogs/pioneering-ideas/2014/05/podcast_episode_4.html

  • Empathy, Choice  the Next Generation of Innovators: RWJF Pioneering Ideas Podcast Episode 3

    Empathy, Choice & the Next Generation of Innovators: RWJF Pioneering Ideas Podcast Episode 3

    10/03/2014 Duración: 24min

    In the third episode of RWJF's Pioneering Ideas podcast, we explore the power -- and the burden -- of choice. What does our relationship with choice mean for our health and for the health care system as a whole? We also talk about the radical power of empathy and hear from Princeton students who are part of the next generation of health care innovators.

  • Pitch Day, Payment Reform  Behavior Change: RWJF Pioneering Ideas Podcast Episode 2

    Pitch Day, Payment Reform & Behavior Change: RWJF Pioneering Ideas Podcast Episode 2

    09/12/2013 Duración: 24min

    The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is back with Episode 2 of its Pioneering Ideas podcast, featuring behavioral scientist BJ Fogg, the Foundation's Entrepreneur-in-Residence Thomas Goetz, and other innovators working to transform health and health care. Get insight into the foundation's funding strategy and get inspired with ideas for creating a culture of health. Plus, a personal essay from program officer and physician Mike Painter on physician incentives.

  • Behavioral Economics, the Science of Placebo Studies  More: RWJF Pioneering Ideas Podcast Episode 1

    Behavioral Economics, the Science of Placebo Studies & More: RWJF Pioneering Ideas Podcast Episode 1

    01/08/2013 Duración: 21min

    Learn about groundbreaking research on the power of the placebo and how a platform called PatientsLikeMe puts health outcomes in patients’ hands. Also: weighing the pros and cons of making foundation proposals public to help ideas spread.

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