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Q&A with Agnes Binagwaho, Rwanda’s Former Minister of Health

In her 2017 TEDMED Talk, Rwanda’s former Minister of Health, Dr. Agnes Binagwaho, shed light on the experience of rebuilding Rwanda’s health system after the devastating 1994 genocide. We talked with Agnes to learn more about her past efforts and to find out what she’s working on today. TEDMED: Can you describe some of the … Continue reading Q&A with Agnes Binagwaho, Rwanda’s Former Minister of Health The post Q&A with Agnes Binagwaho, Rwanda’s Forme...


Ending the overdose crisis will not happen through prohibition

Written and submitted by Mark Tyndall. Epidemiologist, physician and public health expert Mark Tyndall has dedicated his career to studying HIV, poverty, and drug use in multiple places around the world, starting with Nairobi, and now in Vancouver. Mark spoke on the TEDMED Stage in 2017, and you can watch his talk here. We are … Continue reading Ending the overdose crisis will not happen through prohibition The post Ending the overdose crisis will not happen through prohibition appeared fi...


To Whom Much is Given, Much is Expected: Why U.S. Should Lead on Global Health

Written and submitted by Senator William Frist, M.D. Former Senator Bill Frist is a nationally acclaimed heart and lung transplant surgeon, former U.S. Senate Majority Leader, and chairman of the Distinguished Executives Council of the healthcare firm Cressey & Company. Bill spoke on the TEDMED Stage in 2017, and you can watch his talk here. … Continue reading To Whom Much is Given, Much is Expected: Why U.S. Should Lead on Global Health The post To Whom Much is Given, Much is Expected...


Announcing TEDMED’s 2018 Research Scholars

Preparing the TEDMED Stage Program is a year-long process, which begins the moment the first Speaker nominations come in. Each submission requires thorough research and careful consideration for how it might fit into the larger program. For help identifying the individuals and topics that will take the stage at our annual TEDMED event, we turn … Continue reading Announcing TEDMED’s 2018 Research Scholars The post Announcing TEDMED’s 2018 Research Scholars appeared first on TEDMED Blog. ...


Simple Human Connections: Q&A with Sophie Andrews

In her 2017 TEDMED Talk, The Silver Line CEO Sophie Andrews speaks about how the best way to help another person is often just by being an empathetic listener. We caught up with Sophie to learn more about her efforts to foster human connections as a means to provide social connectivity for isolated senior citizens … Continue reading Simple Human Connections: Q&A with Sophie Andrews The post Simple Human Connections: Q&A with Sophie Andrews appeared first on TEDMED Blog. ...


Making Menstruation Matter

Written and submitted by Linda B. Rosenthal Manhattan Assembly member Linda B. Rosenthal is a leading advocate on gender and menstrual equity issues in New York. Linda has passed more than 75 laws to improve the lives of all New York State residents, including a ban on the “tampon tax,” which eliminated the tax on … Continue reading Making Menstruation Matter The post Making Menstruation Matter appeared first on TEDMED Blog. ...


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