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Best Brezinski podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Brezinski podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Join Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski, and Willie Geist, for in-depth and informed discussions that help drive the day's political conversation. Top newsmakers, Washington insiders, journalists, and cultural influencers, come together on Morning Joe for unparalleled insight and analysis around the day's biggest stories.
 
OPodden är en kvinnopodd där välkända svenskakvinnor på ett oretuscherat sätt berättar om fram- och motgångar, tankar, erfarenheter, åsikter och drömmar. Ja, egentligen allt hör livet till och som ska sprida inspiration och kraft från kvinnor till kvinnor. Det är högt och lågt i tak i podcasten och vi varvar lättsamhet och skratt med allvar och kunskap vilket ska få lyssnaren på gott humör.
 
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In episode 12 of CAMTech Chats, we'll hear from Nitesh Jangir, an electronics engineering and co-founder of Coeo Labs, a medical device company with a vision to prevent deaths in emergency and critical care. Nitesh shares his story of how he began innovating solutions to address challenges in neonatal health in India while iterating medical technol…
 
Dr. Donna Brezinski trained as a neonatologist at Yale and Harvard Medical Schools before she founded Little Sparrows Technologies and the bili-hut, the first ever line of portable, high-intensity jaundice therapy devices. In episode 11 of CAMTech Chats, Dr. Brezinski underscores the importance of commercializing solutions that improve health in hi…
 
Lattice Innovations, CAMTech’s partner in India, sees the process of human-centered design as one that’s similar to building a lattice structure. It takes a bunch of building blocks to make a complete structure because multiple facets go into product design and development. In episode 10 of CAMTech Chats, Sahil Mehta and Soura Bhattacharyya undersc…
 
The CAMTech Uganda Co-Creation Lab at Mbarara University of Science and Technology is not your typically laboratory. Innovators there trade lab benches for desk space, white lab coats for CAMTech Uganda Medtech Hack-a-thon t-shirts, and microscopes for business models to accelerate affordable medical technologies towards commercialization and patie…
 
In episode 8 of CAMTech Chats, CAMTech’s Director, Dr. Kris Olson, chats with Jonathan Jackson, the Co-Founder and CEO of Dimagi, about the translational grant CAMTech awarded Dimagi six years ago, the growth of CommCare, engaging frontline health providers in human centered-design, and what he wishes all innovators in impact-oriented social enterp…
 
CAMTech uses a co-creation model to accelerate the cycle from idea to patient impact and commercialization by convening experts in clinical medicine, public health, engineering, design, business, and government. In a way, Andrea Ippolito puts a face on CAMTech’s co-creation model. She currently serves as the Executive Director of the Engineering Ma…
 
In episode 6 of CAMTech Chats, Ofeibea Quist-Arcton, National Pubic Radio’s Africa Correspondent, opens with a sound bite from her lecture delivered on the International Day of the Girl titled Why Reporting the Voices of African Women and Girls Matters.Her talk is incredibly well-suited to open this episode of CAMTech Chats, where we sought out the…
 
“You do not need to have a technical background. You need to have a desire to solve a problem and the willingness to work towards a solution.” In episode 5 of CAMTech Chats, we’re joined by Andrew Schwartz of GEMs Boxes, the team which won the $10,000 Post-Hack-a-thon Award during CAMTech’s 2016 Opioid Epidemic Challenge Summit & Hack-a-thon with t…
 
In episode 4 of CAMTech Chats, Sudha and Adarsh Natarajan highlight challenges and successes women face in the STEM, corporate and medtech startup ecosystem locally in India and globally, explain how championing gender equity has translated to raising their two daughters, and demonstrate how closing the gender gap in medtech can help accelerate sol…
 
"If we take a human-centered design approach and think about patient-driven innovation, by using [CAMTech’s platform and] co-creation model, you come up with minimally viable products that are more likely to solve people’s real needs at the point of care."In episode three of CAMTech Chats, Dr. Kris Olson, CAMTech's Director, highlights CAMTech's me…
 
In episode 2 of CAMTech Chats, we’ll hear from Katie Kirsch who manages in-Africa operations, relationships and marketing for Sisu Global Health. Last year, Sisu Global Health won a Validation Award from Saving Lives at Birth. Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST) also won a Transition to Scale Award from Saving Lives at Birth for the…
 
Episode 1 of CAMTech Chats shares the stories of two Ugandan software developers from Andela Uganda, a network of technology leaders helping companies build high-performing engineering teams by investing in Africa’s most talented software developers. Backed by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, GV and Spark Capital, Andela is catalyzing the growth of …
 
Josefine Lindén har skrivit boken "Tiden går så långsamt om man tittar på den" som handlar om en mammas kamp mot förlossningsdepression. En dag tappar hon allt och slänger sitt barn ut från balkongen. Jag var intresserad av att höra Josefines historia kring varför hon skrev denna bok eftersom jag själv tror att många av oss ibland varit nära att ta…
 
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