Reimagined In America Webinar

Welcome to conversations that explore what we can learn from abroad. The Foundation invites you to get inspired about how to build a Culture of Health in the United States.

Reimagined in America

Good Ideas Have No Borders

Conversations with leaders and influencers will explore practices and policies from overseas that have improved health and well-being. These discussions will inspire and create pathways to turn smart ideas from abroad into practical solutions for the United States.

 

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EPISODE 3: Building Inclusive Healthy Places

After traveling the globe, Shin-pei Tsay of Gehl Institute and Stephanie Gidigbi of NRDC discuss what we can learn from other countries about making public spaces more welcoming to all, and share a new approach for how to cultivate public spaces that are inclusive and support well-being.

Webinar Recording: Building Inclusive Healthy Places

Webinar Recording: Building Inclusive Healthy Places

Gehl Institute’s Shin-pei Tsay, NRDC’s Stephanie Gidigbi and RWJF Director Karabi Acharya discussed what we can learn from other countries about cultivating public spaces that improve health, trust and social cohesion.
Gehl Institute’s Shin-pei Tsay, NRDC’s Stephanie Gidigbi and RWJF Director Karabi Acharya discussed what we can learn from other countries about cultivating public spaces that improve health, trust and social cohesion.

Webinar Recording: Building Inclusive Healthy Places

Gehl Institute’s Shin-pei Tsay, NRDC’s Stephanie Gidigbi and RWJF Director Karabi Acharya discussed what we can learn from other countries about cultivating public spaces that improve health, trust and social cohesion.

Webinar Recording—Connecting Youth

Webinar Recording—Connecting Youth

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Webinar Recording—Connecting Youth

Listen to International Youth Foundation’s Angela Venza, Opportunity Youth United’s Lashon Amado, Youth Empowerment Project’s Melissa Sawyer and RWJF Director Karabi Acharya discussed promising ideas from Latin America that can be adapted to expand opportunities for youth in the United States.

Webinar Recording—Connecting Youth

Listen to International Youth Foundation’s Angela Venza, Opportunity Youth United’s Lashon Amado, Youth Empowerment Project’s Melissa Sawyer and RWJF Director Karabi Acharya discussed promising ideas from Latin America that can be adapted to expand opportunities for youth in the United States.

EPISODE 1: Transforming Health Care

Listen to Krishna Udayakumar, MD, executive director of Innovations in Healthcare and head of Global Innovation for Duke Health and Corey Siegel, MD, director of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and co-chair of IBD Qorus as they discuss what we can learn from abroad as we work to transform health care, and hear how U.S. doctors and patients—inspired by efforts in Sweden—are working together to co-produce care.

Webinar Recording—Transforming Health Care

Webinar Recording—Transforming Health Care

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Webinar Recording—Transforming Health Care

Dartmouth's Corey Siegel, Duke University’s Krishna Udayakumar and RWJF Director Karabi Acharya discussed promising ideas from overseas that can be adapted to improve patient care here in the United States.
Dartmouth's Corey Siegel, Duke University’s Krishna Udayakumar and RWJF Director Karabi Acharya discussed promising ideas from overseas that can be adapted to improve patient care here in the United States.

Webinar Recording—Transforming Health Care

Dartmouth's Corey Siegel, Duke University’s Krishna Udayakumar and RWJF Director Karabi Acharya discussed promising ideas from overseas that can be adapted to improve patient care here in the United States.

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