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The Innovation Scholarship Program is a program that brings a group of students from a university in MN together to partner an area at Mayo Clinic to provide research for a given topic. St. Olaf students worked on the objective to understanding the unmet needs of college students in the area of health and well-being. This presentation is the results of the 8 week investigation into this subject matter, and recommended areas for further development and engagement to create a meaningful impact to students in this phase of their life.
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In this video PhD. Ilias Iakovidis and Dr. Terje Peetso speak about the EU funding opportunities for ICT research oriented to improve health, ageing and wellbeing tools, in the recently launched Horizon 2020 framework programme. Get EU funding for your project! More information: http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/horizon2020/en/how-get-funding http://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/life-and-work/ehealth-and-ageing
‘Know thyself’ is the goal of the wise. But knowing ourselves can be tough. In the age of the plastic brain, our private mental architecture can be more ready to respond to the knowledge of positive psychology. Through this knowledge we can exercise new psychological skills for our own benefit. This is why the science of 'mental wellness' applied at regional or city scale can scaffold the evolution of human understanding and capacity. Gabrielle Kelly is a deep-diving generalist: thinker, leader and change agent. As filmmaker, global digital media executive and strategist, she has relentlessly driven social change in the service of democracy, innovation and the positive evolution of society. Gabrielle is the Director of the Wellbeing and Resilience Centre at SAHMRI, the Sout...
Jeff Sachs delivers one of the keynote addresses on "Economics for the Common Good" at the conference "Subjective well-being over the life course: Evidence and policy implications" held at the London School of Economics and Political Science on 12-13 December 2016. The conference was organised by OECD, CEPREMAP, What Works Centre for Wellbeing , and the CEP. Jeff Sachs is an American economist and director of The Earth Institute at Columbia University, where he holds the title of University Professor. He is known as one of the world's leading experts on economic development and the fight against poverty. Why should governments care about people's wellbeing? How would policy change if raising wellbeing was the objective? Supported by the What Works Centre for Wellbeing, this event was a...
BOB PHILLIPS,URBAN IMPRINT & CHAIR RTPI NW Bob Phillips is a chartered town planner and urban designer, creating high quality, carefully considered planning and design solutions. He has over 10 years’ experience in delivering planning and design projects for a broad range of clients and companies. His diverse experience ranges from providing support for large housing and mixed-use developments to supporting successful planning applications for specialist employment uses. Bob is also a lecturer in Planning and Urban Design at the University of Manchester and a member of the RTPI Regional Management Board. ©Urban Design Group
How can we build trust when it comes to utilizing well-being data? Interviewed specialist: - Ronald P. Stolk, Professor, University of Groningen, the Netherlands - Rosalyn Moran, Cross-Organisation Strategic Projects Manager, Health Research Board, Ireland - Ain Aaviksoo, Deputy Secretary General for E-services and Innovation, Ministry of Social Affairs, Estonia - Peter Bradley, Director of Knowledge and Intelligence, Public Health England, UK - Risto Kaikkonen, Head of Unit, Information Resource Services, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland A round table meeting on utilization of well-being data. Arranged by Sitra, Finnish Innovation Fund on 24 September in Helsinki, Finland.
Video reveals future innovations of health and care, wellbeing and transformation With recent forecasts that the population will increase by almost 3 billion to 10 billion by 2050, a new report – Future Technologies of Health and Care, Wellbeing and Transformation – delves in to how innovation will continue to meet our demands and impact these three key areas of our lives. • Technology is gradually easing us away from ‘mass medicine and treatment’ into a more focused world of personalised medicine targeted at the individual, whether that be at home or in public hospitals. • Today, material, food, water and energy waste is extreme but ‘Clouds of Things’, where everything is tracked, has sensors, and can communicate, will go a long way to seeing drastic reductions. • Within the next 25 ye...
How can we create a new roadmap for “higher health"? Based on the latest findings in both mainstream and integrative medicine, panelists discuss practical ways to experience higher consciousness, transformation, and healing, as well as new social paradigms for how we can interact with our communities. Strategies are shared on how to promote creativity, innovation, and social well-being. Featuring: Deepak Chopra Poonacha Machaiah Paul Mills Gina Murdock, Moderator
This simpleshow explains the good health and well-being goals in a nutshell. This video was created by one of our volunteer authors to support the campaign "Goal 3 - Good Health and Well-Being". Find more information on our website http://simpleshow-foundation.org/.
Positional innovation is a form of innovation that aims to increase the value of a product by changing customer perceptions of it. European Centre for the Environment and Human Health (ECEHH) PhD researcher John Rowe is working to establish an original way of identifying new groups of customers for health and wellbeing services, enabling providers of these services to expand and reach more people.
How is the utilization of well-being data advanced in your country? Interviewed specialist: - Ronald P. Stolk, Professor, University of Groningen, the Netherlands - Rosalyn Moran, Cross-Organisation Strategic Projects Manager, Health Research Board, Ireland - Ain Aaviksoo, Deputy Secretary General for E-services and Innovation, Ministry of Social Affairs, Estonia - Peter Bradley, Director of Knowledge and Intelligence, Public Health England, UK - Risto Kaikkonen, Head of Unit, Information Resource Services, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland A round table meeting on utilization of well-being data. Arranged by Sitra, Finnish Innovation Fund on 24 September in Helsinki, Finland.
Lecture from the 7th VELUX Daylight Symposium “Healthy & climate-friendly architecture– from knowledge to practice” that took place in Berlin on 3-4 May 2017. For more information visit http://thedaylightsite.com ABSTRACT The Fraunhofer Building Innovation Alliance was founded in 2008 to offer the construction industry a central contact point for research and development within Fraunhofer. Here 14 Fraunhofer institutes have joined together to develop new and innovative topics as answers to the current challenges of building industry. Furthermore, the alliance is intended to function as an interface between business, research and politics and thereby shaping future construction. One of its eight business fields is “comfort and health”, which also a central concern concern of the political...
From office furniture to orang-utans - three ideas from the University of Sydney that will help build a better future. Discover more about how our ground-breaking work is changing the world during Innovation Week, Monday 14 to Friday 18 August. Find out more: http://sydney.edu.au/about-us/innovation-week/wellbeing.html Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/2czTNH3 Connect with us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sydneyuni Twitter: https://twitter.com/sydney_uni Instagram: https://instagram.com/sydney_uni
Health and Wellbeing at Work is widely recognised as the UK’s leading event for improving the health, wellbeing, safety and performance of today’s workforce. With 20 conference programmes, an impressive speaker line up and an unrivalled exhibition showcasing the latest ideas, innovations and products from who’s who in the health and wellbeing arena, it is no wonder that over 3500 delegates attend every year. Employment Innovation TV was there to cover this exciting event. Folllow us on our journey! Platinum Sponsor: Centralus PLC Director/Producer: Ria Gavalaki Videographer: Tom Oliver Post Production: Employment Innovation TV team Music: Good For You by THBD https://soundcloud.com/thbdsultan Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 Music provided by Audio Library https://y...
Sheree has spent her adult life working in remote Australia, deep in sacred Aboriginal country, where the sky is blue and the earth burnt-orange. She has a deep respect for the Aboriginal communities who live within that landscape, and her current research hopes to answer some profoundly human questions – How do we define success? What makes us happy? And what can we learn from our ancient brothers and sisters. Creating a unique nexus between drugs, culture and the brain, Sheree Cairney has worked as a Neuroscientist in remote Aboriginal communities for 17 years. Her research has shed light on the transformation of brain and behaviour that happens-with petrol sniffing, alcohol and other drugs-and led to ground-breaking clinical evidence the brain can repair itself if substance abuse stops...
An intergenerational 90 minute team bonding session by the ASPIRE55 Team - www.aspire55.com
United Nations: Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin, Executive Director from UN Population Fund, talks about what role governments and civil society can play to help people achieve good health and well-being. Produced by the Department of Public Information. Find out more about Goal 3 at: http://ow.ly/Sj3rO. For a list of all the goals see: http://ow.ly/Sj391