Part three—the final part—of a series of columns on the biases that shape our view of health.
Part two of three columns exploring the biases that obscure our vision of health.
Creating a healthier world means first seeing the world as it is and understanding that the forces that shape health can be obscured by our biases.
The path to a healthier world is not always a straight line; sometimes innovating for health may require the openminded exploration of meandering by-wa…
What rising tensions between the US and China may bode for public health, global health institutions, and the socioeconomic forces that shape health.
Scientists are people too. And people are vulnerable to groupthink. How this can serve science, and the world, poorly.
What the conversation about COVID-19 vaccines can teach us about how to navigate the social compact between voices of authority and the populations the…
On recognizing when the view from our positions of privilege prevents us from seeing the path to a healthier world for all.
On choosing between virtue and the mere appearance of it
During Covid-19, bureaucracy was tested like never before in recent memory. Thoughts on how we can most effectively create functioning bureaucratic con…
Using the tools of art and metaphor to shape a new vision of health.
The ideas that shape a healthier world can only emerge in a context of viewpoint diversity, with differing perspectives creating a dynamic which sharpe…