The tradition of Photo Friday is to feature photos from Washington, DC, this week I’m allowing a California photo. It’s from the Henry J. Kaiser Memorial Park, in the shadow of downtown Oakland. I discovered it on a virtual walking meeting, even though it was unveiled close to 4 years ago. Score another point for … Continue reading Photo Friday: Remember Them, Champions for Humanity, Oakland, CA USA
I believe I took some pretty cool photos using Google Glass (click here to see a gallery). When I first joined the explorer program, I wanted to find the most symbolic place to take a picture, and be the first person in the world to do it. I think I succeeded, on the 50th anniversary … Continue reading Photo Friday: Goodbye Google Glass #Throughglass
Just adding this photo here so people can see the progression of MakerDocs. We are going to travel around to the most innovative places in Washington, DC in 2015. Always much to share about how to innovate in health and health care… MakerDocsDC January: Left to Right, Denton Shanks, MD, MPH, Whitney Gray, PhD, LEED … Continue reading MakerDocsDC January Edition
Beginning next week, I am (temporarily) joining the nationally recognized Kaiser Permanente Innovation Consultancy (@KPInnovation) for KPLantern: Lantern is a project that Kaiser Permanente is undertaking to gain insight into the diverse experiences, challenges, and goals of being a transgender person in our current society and use that insight to better design health and care … Continue reading #KPLantern is beginning – Human Centered Insights into Transgender Person Health, to make it better
Washington, DC is such a special place. It’s really a city still in evolution, the only capital city in the world whose residents do not have a vote in national government, as I learned today. It also has huge health and economic disparities (see this post), so going to an inauguration in 2015 is historic … Continue reading Photo Friday: Inauguration, Washington, DC USA
For some people, their I.D. is their license to drive or even to get a drink, but for me, that was my license to live, to feel dignified.
Project #KPLantern starting in 2 weeks, to include ethnographic field work with our members/patients who are transgender. Health care exists to help people achieve their life goals. I’ll post info about that soon.
- Training video: how an innovative heath system lets transgender (and all) patients know they matter – simply, profoundly, by using their name
- #KPLantern is beginning – Human Centered Insights into Transgender Person Health, to make it better
- Doctors are allies in the 21st Century
- UC Davis Health asks LGBT patients to share info for tailored care
- Transgender In America | On Point with Tom Ashbrook