Adam Newman | The Rooming-In Approach: Care for Opioid-Dependent Newborns and Mothers
Sam HesterHow | My Mom and I Humanized Healthcare Through Graphic Medicine
Reed Ferber | You Own Your Wearable Data, So What Should You Do With It?
Michael Kehler | Rules of Being a Man: If We Know Them, Why Don’t We Change Them?
Nina Kharey | Creative Resilience and a New Sustainable Clothing Industry
Millennials Aren’t Lazy – Their Boots Just Aren’t As Big | Janine Rogan | TEDxYYC
Curiosity and Creativity with Daily Scientific Literacy | Sunand Kannappan and Mehul Gupta | TEDxYYC
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Amy Bishop performs her famous cover of Hallelujah at a live drive-in TEDxYYC event in Calgary. Amy Bishop’s voice is a combination of the smooth of the pavement and the gravel of the road, with the ability to charm listeners with her sweet tones; yet stun audiences with the ability to hit any high note.
https://youtu.be/Wldu8k_SGtI A professional actress, comedian, host and model, Adora Nwofor has worked with audiences from all walks of life. She’s acted as board director for both the Nigerian Association, youth division and Femme Wave: Calgary’s Feminist Music and...
The energy discussion has become increasingly polarized. Global demand for energy is continuing to grow at phenomenal rate, but the threat of human-caused climate change is forcing us to explore new ways of producing the energy our modern world needs. The resulting narrative from this tension pits renewables against fossil fuels, demanding that we choose a side. Dan Balaban believes that this narrative is false, unproductive, and unnecessarily polarized.
How poet Richard Harrison found peace with his mother’s choice of Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD), by seeing himself in a story 2000 years old. In July 2017, Richard Harrison attended his mother’s medically-assisted death. His experience led him to reflect on the lack of stories around such moments. Now, what he has to share about the experience of medically-assisted death can help spark a conversation around our disconnect with death.