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TEDMED 4h
Now is the time for us to make way for wonder. It’s time we intentionally cultivate our sense of awe and our desire for new knowledge. It’s time to celebrate all we’re discovering and all that is yet to be discovered. Join us at 2020!
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Melanie Howley 4h
Early Bird rate is still open ~ hope you can join us at 2020!
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TEDMED 2h
Why do whistleblowers risk speaking out? 2018
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Antonio Vieira Santos🧙🏼‍♂️ #UITP2019 Jun 23
Replying to @Emily_A78
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Libby Johnston Jun 23
Playing music gave her freedom 🎶 🎹
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TEDMED Jun 24
Come join the Team! We're hiring for a Marketing and Communications Program Manager:
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TEDMED Jun 23
Apply by July 7 to be one of the Research Scholars who assist us in evaluating and vetting nominations for the TEDMED Stage Program!
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TEDMED Jun 23
What if the sounds in hospitals were redesigned with the perspectives of patients and clinicians who have to hear them everyday? Yoko Sen | 2018
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TEDMED Jun 19
A wonderful opinion piece by Speaker
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Dionne Argyropoulos Jun 17
"Everything happens for a reason". Imagine if this notion of "cosmic balance" isn't necessarily true. This fantastic talk explores this further in a very compelling way.
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TEDMED Jun 25
On the Blog: "Considering the Moral Motivations for Whistle-Blowing" by Adam Waytz
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TEDMED Jun 18
Register today and Join us for 2020 as we experience the power and possibilities that come to us when we make way for wonder.
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TEDMED Jun 25
Speaker and humanitarian Dikembe Mutombo () lends his voice to share an important message about the Ebola epidemic affecting individuals and communities in his native Democratic Republic of the Congo.
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TEDMED Jun 20
Adam Waytz explores the psychology of whistleblowing and the social trends that are pushing whistleblowers to come forward more than ever before. 2018
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Bette Golden Lamb Jun 19
5***** "Great Read This book was an interesting story from beginning to end. Based on a true story about the authors family and their healing powers, it grabs your attention from page one. A must read!" Amazon Customer
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TEDMED Jun 21
"Across the board, when people decide to blow the whistle, they’re doing so for moral reasons, not pragmatic or financial ones.” - Adam Waytz | 2018
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TEDMED Jun 18
"Why 'boys will be boys' is a myth - and a harmful one at that." | 2018:
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Teri Fisher Jun 23
Replying to @TEDMED
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Kellogg School Jun 20
There are plenty of gray areas when it comes to morality. Prof. Adam Waytz discusses these gray areas and why whistleblowers risk speaking out. Listen to his talk, via .
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TEDxUniversityofSaskatchewan Jun 20
“I believe that in the darkness, even there, there will be beauty and there will be love.” the idea that “everything happens for a reason” and her with and facing .
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