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Despatch 1: Discovering Wellth

A report on the first discussion between the Wellthcare Explorers

Can Health Return to Being a Civic Value?

If so it becomes more likely that we'll work with broader understandings of health and potentially unlock our thinking

Wellthcare and My Ongoing Blogging

A quick post that I'm going to spend more time writing about Wellth than what it takes to optimise clinical knowledge

What an Emergency Landing Tells Us About Wellth

How a group of strangers started to take care of each other

Realising the Need for Wellthcare

There is value in community that keeps us healthy; it's time to explore how to nurture it

Health 2.0 and Academia: Reconciling Experimentation and Protectionism

Exploring the disconnect between digital health and academic medicine

My TEDMED Talk, and Introducing “We2C”

Why I see a 'web of trust' in what makes health care work, and how that trust needs to move beyond clinicians and include citizens

And So, It’s Time for TEDMED…

A brief look at some of the themes we considered for the 2013 stage programme

Innovation, Lazy Commentators and Data Darwinism

Why the only 'next big thing' is what it has always been - perseverance and adaptability

We Don’t Know What the NHS is For

Is it about the delivery of clinical services or the collective ego of a place?

How Digital Health Will Humanise Care

Through real world, real-time feedback on the realities of being sick and consuming care

The Fallacy of User Interfaces and Big Data

Business ideas are all very well but we first need to understand the messy world of being sick
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