Research. Evidence. Action. Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to deliver a keynote in Ireland at the Health Research Board’s (HRB) Grant Holders Conference (link to keynote video is below). HRB’s vision is Healthy people through excellent research and applied knowledge and their mission is To improve people’s health and to enhance healthcare delivery. As a major funder, supporter, and leader in the creation and dissemination of health research in Ireland, HRB supports excellent research to generate relevant knowledge and promote its application in policy and practice.
Four emerging investigators with HRB-funded grants were invited to give 5-7 … – Read More –
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As part of the recent Griffith Leadership Center Symposium hosted by University of Michigan School of Public Health, Juliet Rogers gave a talk focused on design thinking for healthcare change agents.
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This blog is part of the Blue Cottage Knowledge Series “Back To School: How do you educate tomorrow’s healthcare leaders?” The lead contributor for the series is Juliet L. Rogers, PhD, MPH, Chief Executive Officer of Blue Cottage and tenure-track faculty member of the University of Michigan’s School of Public Health. Click here to read other posts in this series.
It’s just past the midway point in my first semester as a professor at the University of Michigan. During my first couple weeks in this role teaching 104 graduate students in two health management courses, it was clear that the biggest challenge was to … – Read More –