On October 26-29, 2010, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's staff and guests attended TEDMED, the world’s preeminent health care innovation conference. The event, which RWJF sponsored, brought together health care and other thought leaders. While there, the RWJF team engaged attendees in discussions around bold ideas for improving health and health care, and creating meaningful social change.
The conversations have not ended. RWJF has created several ways for everyone to follow along online and contribute ideas:
- Flickr: TEDMED participants shared their best ideas by answering one of three questions and posted it to our Flickr account. You can add to this ongoing conversation by printing out a downloadable word bubble, filling in your idea, taking a photo of yourself holding your word bubble and posting it on Flickr.
- YouTube: RWJF team members asked TEDMED attendees their thoughts on improving health and health care. These videos are posted on our YouTube channel.