On January 29, 2016 Charlie Gibson, veteran television journalist and news anchor, moderated the Summit’s first day program of speakers and panelists— nationally respected medical and healthcare experts—who addressed a broad spectrum of healthcare issues: cost; access; value; technological advances; medical and non-medical determinants of health; politics; and “patient first” innovations in care.
Professor and media theorist Douglas Rushkoff (and the Forum Speaker) contends that social media, Big Data and digital technology, in general, are hampering rather than helping marketers’ abilities to connect with consumers.
With ninety events having taken place here in Hilary Term 2015, the RAI has enjoyed not just the busiest term in its history but one of its most successful. The term closed by our welcoming the Oxford Literary Festival to the RAI: we thank Sally Bayley and Sally Dunsmore for making the Festival’s event here possible.
Graham Covington co-founded Minds Matter of Portland in 2005, recognizing a need to help highly motivated, economically disadvantaged high school students gain admission and financial aid to four-year colleges and universities. In addition to his role at Minds Matter of Portland, he is also the Managing Principal of Grease Consulting LLC, a west coast-based management consultancy.
We all know that life today feels so much differently than the lives of our parents and grandparents. While earlier generations had a pretty clear view of the future, life today feels far less certain – with everything happening now, “in real time”– and with far less predictability than ever before.
The end of the world really did happen, just like the Mayans said; but not in the way we thought
When I was a kid I saw a television documentary about the life cycle of the turtle. I remember only the beginning, when the baby turtles hatch from their shells and begin running down the beach toward the ocean. Thousands of baby turtles, enthusiastically and frantically wriggling their way to the water, just seconds after being born.