Supporting Innovators

TEDMED is a multi-disciplinary community of innovators and leaders who share a common determination to create a better future in health and medicine. From April 16-19, TEDMED brought together 1,800 thought leaders for its annual gathering in Washington, D.C.

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Watch #TEDMED 2013 presentations from @RWJF grantees and leaders.

On Stage at TEDMED 2013

Learn about current and past RWJF grantees and leaders who spoke at this year’s event.

TEDMED: 2013 TALKS

Watch this year's TEDMED talks from RWJF leaders and current and past grantees.

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Watch Sally Okun's #TEDMED talk: Does anyone in healthcare want to be understood?

Watch Mike Cornett's #TEDMED talk: This city is going on a diet.

Treating Violence Like a Contagious Disease

Treating Violence Like a Contagious Disease

RWJF grantee and Cure Violence Founder Gary Slutkin spoke at TEDMED about violence as a public health issue. Take a peak at his presentation by visiting our Storify. 

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Creating Dialogue Around the Great Challenges

Creating Dialogue Around the Great Challenges

The 20 Great Challenges of Health and Medicine are complex, persistent problems that have medical and non-medical causes, impact millions of lives, and affect the well-being of all of Americans. 

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Highlighting New Approaches with The Hive

Highlighting New Approaches with The Hive

The innovation landscape around health and medicine is undergoing an important transformation, with entrepreneurs from inside and outside the industry creating bold ideas. With RWJF and other partners at the heart of The Hive, this space brought together a diverse array of leaders, entrepreneurs and innovators to showcase new approaches to innovation and scalable new ideas.

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Capturing the Human Side of Health Care

Capturing the Human Side of Health Care

Patient Translations, a multi-faceted art project, funded in party by RWJF was featured at TEDMED. The work includes a visual art installation, a recording studio and voices of people talking about the experience of being a patient, supporting a patient or managing health.

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TEDMED: A Look Back

Watch TEDMED talks from RWJF leaders and current and past grantees.

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