mHealth (mobile health) has a remarkable number of similarities to Lady Gaga. In this post, I point them out.
A recent podcast from Twist Image unleashed a whole line of thinking in me about privacy and our electronic tools and has led me to conclude that eHealth and privacy cannot and will not ever coexist.
A recent World Bank post on the future of governments in design thinking spurred some of my own thoughts on how it links with systems thinking.
It’s easy to say that you’re into collaboration; a lot harder to do it. Collaboration without openness doesn’t exist, but can we really expect much from collaborative efforts and team science if we can’t be open with one another?
The design charrette and contemplative inquiry are two processes that don’t always come together, but perhaps they should and this post explores some reasons why.
The CENSEmaking blog is on vacation for the next few days as I take in a five-day course on contemplative practice and curriculum put on by the interesting folks at the Centre for Contemplative Mind in Society. Beginning tonight, I’ll be learning more about the ways in which contemplation can be better incorporated into coursework …
Tackling HIV/AIDS has been made easier and more successful not by individual change, but by a social movement. A similar movement is needed for mental health and taking a systems approach to it is one way to get the ball rolling.