Presentation: The What, Why & How of Walking Meetings, with America Walks

Presentation: The What, Why & How of Walking Meetings, with America Walks

Last week I was fortunate to co-present with Sheila Franklin and Jessica Tunon on one of my favorite topics.

It’s the best sign of contagion when you are not the only person presenting on something that you are so passionate about.

My slides are below. You can also view the entire presentation at the America Walks web site..
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Presentation: Why be Social (Media)? Kaiser Permanente School of Allied Health Sciences

Presentation: Why be Social (Media)? Kaiser Permanente School of Allied Health Sciences

With my colleague and collaborator / protector Vince Golla (@VinceGolla) I had the opportunity to:

  • Visit the Kaiser Permanente School of Allied Health Sciences for the first time (and there is one)
  • Dialogue with the current students about using social media as health professionals and citizens

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Just Presented: Working to be a Transgender Ally | Wright Center Family Medicine Residency, Washington, DC USA

Just Presented: Working to be a Transgender Ally | Wright Center Family Medicine Residency, Washington, DC USA

I was asked by James Huang, MD (@semaj187) to give a presentation to the Washington, DC site Wright Center National Family Medicine Residency (@WrightCenterGME) on the policy issues relating to transgender person health.

So, not about how to deliver medical care, how to improve the health of the population. The two concepts are different and interrelated.
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Presentation: How to sustain a (health) revolution

Presentation: How to sustain a (health) revolution

I gave this presentation, what I call my 2nd TED talk (although not affiliated with an actual TED event, just a person named TED – me), exactly 3 years to the day after I gave my first one, at Henry Ford Health System, in 2012 (see: “Embrace of Failure” – TEDx talk with Regina Holliday ), with awesome leader Regina Holliday (@ReginaHolliday). Continue reading→

Built for the Future: My business card includes my pronouns

Built for the Future: My business card includes my pronouns

Resilient people and companies face reality with staunchness, make meaning of hardship instead of crying out in despair, and improvise solutions from thin air. Others do not. This is the nature of resilience, and we will never completely understand it. – Coutu DL. How resilience works. Harv. Bus. Rev. 2002;80(5):46.

Now that I’ve presented this card in enough contexts (and in an actual presentation, see below), I’d like to share it here as an easy innovation that anyone can do to build respect for all people and change society to be more inclusive. Continue reading→

Presentation: Work While Walking – Walking Meetings – with Professional Convention Managers Association Capital Chapter

Presentation: Work While Walking - Walking Meetings - with Professional Convention Managers Association Capital Chapter

It was so great to dialogue with the Professional Convention Managers Association – Capital Chapter (@PCMACC) about walking meetings, part of a whole program on healthy meetings. My slides are attached for reference, feel free to share. Continue reading→

Presentation: Total Health and Innovation: Demystifying Medicare 2015 Summer Academy

Presentation: Total Health and Innovation: Demystifying Medicare 2015 Summer Academy

Thanks for the National Academy of Social Insurance (@socialinsurance) for inviting me and Kaiser Permanente (@KPShare) to present on innovations shaping the future of health care (medicare inclusive). My slides are below, comments are always welcome. More info at Demystifying Medicare: 2015 Summer Academy | National Academy of Social Insurance. Total Health and Innovation: Demystifying … Continue reading Presentation: Total Health and Innovation: Demystifying Medicare 2015 Summer Academy