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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
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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/.
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
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
Wellbeing is a bottom line issue, and key to an organizations' ability to innovate and thrive. There are hard costs associated with stress, absenteeism, and presenteeism. We are being asked to do more, to give more of ourselves at work. We can only do this when we are well. Learn more: http://www.steelcase.com/insights/360-magazine/wellbeing-a-bottom-line-issue/
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...
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.
‘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...
Wellbeing includes more than just physical health. Learn more about the Seven Domains of Wellbeing from Professor Alto. For your exercise and further resources please visit http://eccles.utah.edu/sorenson-center-for-discovery-and-innovation/digital-wellbeing-video-series/ Music: "Sunny" - www.bensound.com
Our purpose is to ensure that the natural resources of Wales are sustainably maintained, enhanced and used, now and in the future. As part of this we have duties and opportunities to both protect and improve people’s health and well-being. People who are active and enjoy the outdoors are more likely to live longer, healthier and happier lives. We look after many sites across Wales where people can enjoy the beauty of our natural environment, right on their doorstep. There is also strong evidence linking poor environmental quality with poor public health and, working with partners, we play a key role in keeping communities safe from environmental harm in Wales – be that from poor air quality, flooding or pollution. To learn more about our contribution to the protection and improvement...
City Panel: Innovation, leadership and participatory governance for health and wellbeing – Three cities, three models. Bas Akkers, Programme Manager, Economic Department, City of Utrecht (NL) Erlijn Mulder, Communication Strategist, City of Utrecht (NL).
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.
Leading organizations are the ones that care about their purpose. They know exactly why they exist. They bring their purpose to life, through their strategy, their brand, and their culture. And they know how to make this visible in the places where they bring their people together to work. They create places that are destinations designed to augment interaction, the human interactions that create value for an organization by propelling innovation, making them more competitive, and building a resilient enterprise based on trust and collaboration. The leading organizations are the ones who understand that in an increasingly complex and competitive global environment, place matters, more than ever. But it also needs to do more than ever. The places where an organization's people come toget...
Permaculture Association CEO, Andy Goldring, shares his views on the connection between wellbeing and the economy. Filmed by the Network of Wellbeing (NOW) at the New Economy and Social Innovation Forum (NESI). To learn more about wellbeing, please visit www.networkofwellbeing.org.
An event in the margins of 2017 ECOSOC Youth Forum brought together young entrepreneurs from around the world to highlight the role of youth, the custodians of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, in promoting health and wellbeing in a changing world. The event Youth Marketplace on Social Innovations for Health and Wellbeing: Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals looked into ideas to promote meaningful youth engagement to support the implementation of the SDGs in the area of health and wellbeing, focusing on accountability and the three pillars of the Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health: Survive (end preventable deaths), Thrive (ensure health and wellbeing), Transform (expand enabling environments).