Hansika, Anirudh and an increasing number of practitioners like them are seizing this moment to pave a future for BS that’s accessible, collaborative, and a lot less WEIRD.
Come in. Shake the mud off your boots. Field Notes is a place to relax. It’s where we share what we’re up to. What we’re thinking about. What we’re building.
How can public health institutions adapt and respond to the opportunities and challenges of social media? — An Interview with Clay Shirky.
Common Thread speaks with Sarah Hawkes, a Professor of Global Public Health at UCL, and co-founder of Global Health 50/50.
Dr Jonathan Quick, author of ‘The End of Epidemics’ talked to Common Thread about his vast experiences in global health, his views on the importance of trust and understanding individual behaviour in an epidemic.
Ben talks with The Stitch about the critical importance of communication and the complexity of working in the Tshuapa Province of the Democratic Republic of Congo, considered the global epicentre of Monkeypox transmission.
A talk with Johanna Skilling from Burson Cohn & Wolfe on AI, empathy and the future of behaviour change.
Kevin Green, Head of Rare’s Center for Behavior and the Environment explains why we’re hardwired to ignore climate change.
We asked a few patient Summit-goers to help define it for us. Let’s just say, we’re not all in agreement.