Alumni Spotlight: Steve Neeleman, Founder and Vice Chairman at HealthEquity

>>My name is Stephen Neeleman and I’m the founder and Vice Chairman of HealthEquity. From the very beginning of my career in both medicine, and then ultimately in our business that does relate to patients, it’s always been that if we can focus on the consumer, first and foremost, and try and put ourselves in…

Implants & Technology — The Future of Healthcare? Kevin Warwick at TEDxWarwick

Translator: Fran Ontanaya Reviewer: Capa Girl We’re living in momentous times. Now, I don’t know whether you know but this is a world first — the TED conferences go all over the world, all different countries — this is the very very first time — normally you take a place name, normally you take a…

POLITICAL THEORY – Karl Marx

Most people agree that we need to improve our economic system somehow. Yet we’re also often keen to dismiss the ideas of capitalism’s most famous and ambitious critic, Karl Marx. This isn’t very surprising. In practice, his political and economic ideas have been used to design disastrously planned economies and nasty dictatorships. Nevertheless, we shouldn’t…

How to Deal with Student Burnout – College Info Geek

– If you’re the kind of student who deals with a demanding, ambitious schedule, then it’s possible you’ve experienced feelings of burnout. Especially if you’re watching a video called “How to deal with student burnout.” But, what exactly, is burnout? Yes it’s a series of near perfect arcade racing games that sucked up large amounts…

Class of 2023 White Coat Ceremony Highlights | Weill Cornell Medicine

– I’m most honored to welcome all of you to Weill Cornell Medicine and to share this very special occasion. When you put on your white coats for the first time today, you’ll be joining a very noble profession. Congratulations and best of luck as you embark on this new phase of your lives. (audience…

What is population health?

Being healthy is more than just not being ill, it’s about our physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. While access to traditional health services is important, in reality there are many factors that affect our health and wellbeing: our individual actions and social connections; the places and communities that we’re part of; the services that are…

College of Medicine White Coat Ceremony 2017

ceremony musicRandall Worth: Good morning, and welcome to the 2017 white coat ceremony for the University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences. My name is Randy Worth. I’m the assistant Dean for Student Affairs and I want to welcome you to the event today. The entering class of medical students has achieved extraordinary…

College of Medicine and Life Sciences – Class of 2016

>>Dr. Cooper: It is with great pleasure that I welcome the graduates, families and friends, to your graduation. All of us are here today to bestow much deserved recognition for your achievement. Ladies and gentlemen, they are well prepared for a world that needs talented, hard-working, and prepared adults who will discover solutions to the…

How Can We Improve Health Equity in Our Schools and Our Healthcare Settings?

I’m Rosana Gonzalez-Colaso. I’m a faculty at Yale Physician Associate Program. I’m also a member of the Equity, Innovation, and Research Center at the Yale School of Medicine. Part of the research I do – I’m very interested in the experiences of patients with limited English proficiency. These are patients that speak another language but…

Congratulations to the Class of 2018 | Weill Cornell Medicine

Hard a vision of a commences to train the next generation of bees and share your knowledge and your wisdom with those following in your footsteps I’m feeling very excited it’s completely unreal it still doesn’t feel like we graduated and I’m just really proud of all my classmates ten years of postgraduate education to…